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Past events 

Annual General Meeting 2023

Our 2023 AGM took place on September 11 via Zoom. Our guest speaker was Deanna Holt-Schmitt, MA Ecology, University of Quebec, who presented research findings on the 'Moss of Lake Superior's Forests.' 

Annual General Meeting 2022

Our 2022 AGM took place on September 12 via Zoom. Our guest speaker was Patricia Wilson from the Diverse Nature Collective, who shared ideas for how groups can make their spaces more welcoming to folks from diverse backgrounds.  

Art History in LSPP

March 24, 2022

Johanna Rowe, a local Wawa heritage consultant and Friends of Lake Superior Park board member, hosted an Art History in the Park talk! Join Johanna, covering the rich and storied history of artists in the park, including members of the Group of Seven. Participants learned how the landscape has inspired people from time immemorial to the present day. Watch the event below.

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Artist in Residence Marta Stares

January 27, 2022

Our 2021 inaugural Artist in Residence, Marta Stares, hosted an Art Talk, sharing pieces she created during her time at Lake Superior Provincial Park and relating the experience. Watch the recording below and the video Marta filmed documenting the project, and read her post in Ontario Parks' blog.

Bat Talk by University of Winnipeg


October 26, 2021


Just in time for Halloween, we hosted a talk by the Willis Bat Lab at the University of Winnipeg that focused on threats facing bats in Ontario such as White-nose Syndrome, and the research their lab does to better understand and protect bats.

Annual General Meeting 2021


Our 2021 AGM took place on September 16 via Zoom. Our guest speaker was Lauren Chu from Operation Groundswell and creator of The Ridgeline Report, who discussed diversity, inclusion, and representation in the outdoors.


Species at Risk in the Great Lakes

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We teamed up with the Toronto Zoo's Kat Lucas for an hour-long dive into the world of great lakes species at risk, including those in Lake Superior, and what we can do to help protect these sensitive ecosystems.

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