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Fishing in the Arm of Gold
I knew there were bigger fish to catch so I resumed casting with renewed enthusiasm. My fishing trip took place a few weeks ago on the Bras d’Or Lakes in Cape Breton. As most people know the Bras d’Or Lakes, translated as the Arm of Gold are a large.

Bras d’Or Lakes Water Route opened
It was a big weekend for The Great Trail’s Bras d’Or Lakes Water Route. Dedicated in Iona in Victoria County as part of the Àros na Mara World Oceans Day Festival, the 377-kilometre Bras d’Or Lakes Water Route follows the perimeter of Nova Scotia.

All hands in the lake: Public field day examines life in Bras d'Or Lake
It's a field day with no homework involved. For the third year in a row, citizen scientists are invited to come to the Bras d'Or Lake, Cape Breton's 4,000-square kilometre inland sea, and help track its ever-changing animal and plant life forms.

Residents worried after hundreds of dead mackerel found in Nova Scotia lake
The discovery of hundreds of dead mackerel in the a Nova Scotia lake has area residents wondering what caused the fish to die. Annette Coffin, a resident of Ben Eoin, first discovered dead fish in the water of the Bras d'Or Lake in front of her home a week.

‘Let’s not hide from the wretchedness of it’
A little more than a month has passed, and Bernard does not regret sharing the picture of his 50-year-old brother, who loved the outdoors, especially fishing for salmon on the Skye River or Bras d’Or Lake. “He wasn’t just a drug addict. He was also a.

Annamarie Hatcher: Rivers start to freeze
It is November in the Bras d’Or Lake Biosphere and in the Mi’kmaw calendar that is ‘Rivers starting to freeze time’ (Keptekiwiku’s). Although we attempt to track Mi’kmaw months as our common months based on the Julian calendar, they are not.

How ‘race-shifting’ explains the surge in the number of Métis in Eastern Canada
We recently analyzed two organizations that reflect French-specific claims to Indigeneity: the Bras d’Or Lake Métis Nation (BDLMN), based in Cape Breton, and the Métis Nation of the Rising Sun (MNRS), based in Gaspésie. These two groups, like several.

Hundreds of dead fish in Cape Breton, fisheries seeks answers
For reasons unknown hundreds of dead mackerel have washed up on the shores Bras d’Or Lake in Cape Breton. The fish began washing up on the lake shore a week ago and by Monday a local said there were hundreds of them. “Last Monday morning, there were.

'Diverse gem of nature' in Cape Breton donated for preservation
The owners of a 32-hectare island in the Bras d'Or Lakes have decided to give it to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, along with 40 additional hectares nearby. MacRaes Island is located off the western shoreline of the Bras d'Or Lakes between Marble Mountain.

Hundreds of dead fish found in Cape Breton could be victims of climate change
The discovery of hundreds of dead mackerel washed up on the shore of Cape Breton’s Bras d’Or Lakes has residents and environmentalists worried. Annette Coffin has been living on the shores of the lake for more than a year, but last week she saw.


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