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Sudbury Star Staff, Publishing date: Jun 29, 2021
Conservation Sudbury is urging the public to use caution after human-bear encounter at Lake Laurentian Conservation Area on Monday left a trail user with minor injuries.
A black bear travels near the Garson-Coniston Road in Greater Sudbury, Ont. on Monday, June 22, 2020. PHOTO BY JOHN LAPPA /John Lappa/Sudbury Star
“There has been at least one serious bear and human encounter on a trail at the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area,” Conservation Sudbury said in a Facebook post. “The incident took place on June 28 on the popular Moonlight Beach Trail. This trail runs from the far end of South Bay Road easterly to Moonlight Beach. There is no reason to believe that the bear has left the area. The bear made contact with the trail user who sustained minor injuries and sought medical attention.”
Sudbury.com By: Matt Durnan, December 9, 2020
COVID-19 recovery bill contains amendments to Conservation Authorities Act which gives final say on permits to the province.
CBC News · Posted: Dec 04, 2020 11:34 AM ET | Last Updated: December 4
Unusual for ice jam to form in late fall; normally it's a spring problem. Conservation Sudbury is keeping an eye on a small ice jam on the Vermillion River in the Town of Capreol.
Conservation Sudbury is monitoring this small ice jam in the Vermillion River in the Town of Capreol. Some nearby residents are concerned it may cause flooding (Submitted by Ray Pauze)
By Angela Gemmill, CBC News Posted: Oct 06, 2016
Conservation Sudbury seems to be in a bit of a dispute with one of its more wild neighbours. The battle is over a wooden structure in the Lake Laurentian Conservation area.
A beaver is wreaking havoc on a floating boardwalk which crosses -oddly enough- Beaver Pond, says General Manager of Conservation Sudbury, Carl Jorgensen.
This is the work of an eager beaver who is trying to expand its lodge on top of the floating boardwalk in the Lake Laurentian Conservation area in Sudbury. (From @Lake_Laurentian on Twitter)
CBC News Posted: Apr 27, 2016 11:32 AM ET
Conservation Sudbury will be pointing the way to a fuller experience for users of the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area.
General Manager Carl Jorgensen says new signage will help people navigate the 970-hectare preserve in the middle of the city.
Existing signage has often been slapped together, Jorgensen said, and were often made of foam core boards and even paper wrapped in plastic.
"Photographer Gerry Kingsley's daughter on a walk in Sudbury's Laurentian Conservation area. New trail signs for the area are on their way. (Gerry Kingsley)"
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