Friday, June 25, 2010

Saskatchewan Canoe Quest

Martina Carriere, one of the students is busy maintaining a web site for the Saskatchewan Canoe Quest, a 12 stage race along the old fur trade waterway from La Loche to Cranberry portage in Manitoba. The teams and canoes were in La Ronge yesterday and raced from Missinippi to Stanley Mission today. Martina is posting results as they become available and is providing an opportunity to track the progress of the event and the teams.
There is nothing like the sight of a flotilla of voyaguer class canoes on the water and I can say from experience that there is nothing like paddling in one of these canoes as a participant. We wish all of the adventurer/competitors all the best.
Thanks to Martina for sending the link!   Saskatchewan Canoe Quest

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

A Celebration Of Learning

Today we are gathering outside by the Montreal River to celebrate personal achievements of learners who participated with the learning community this school year. We will  honoring high school graduates and award recipients. Drop in to the live web conference room from 2:00-3:30 pm. (June 23)  Live web conference to see and hear the proceedings. We will be broadcasting using a wireless data link from the river.
Stay tuned for pictures and award recipient information. The event will be archived and a link provided for anyone who would like to view the proceedings at a later time.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Giant Python on the Loose

Reptile Expert Brady Barr approaches seven of the world’s most dangerous and venomous snakes to determine which snake is the deadliest. He will scientifically investigate each species of snake by grading them on five basic criteria: size, volume and toxicity of venom, personality, and number of human deaths.

Megafishes Photos, Megafish Wallpapers, Download, Photos -- National Geographic

Megafishes Photos, Megafish Wallpapers, Download, Photos -- National Geographic

Thursday, June 17, 2010


It is such a good feeling to finish what you started. To look back and be amazed at all those thousands of little tasks is a reward in itself. Only you will ever know how much work it was to accomplish. Only you will know all the ups and downs and sacrifices. So it is only right that only you will know the greatest feeling in the world... that of personal achievement, accomplishment and success. You can't buy this feeling or take short cuts and definitely no one can "gift" it to you. To all of you that have achieved your goals with us at this year I would like to congratulate you. I would also like to thank you for being an inspiration to others including myself. Keep setting those goals, facing those fears, and achieving success.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Frogs Shake Booties Before Fights

Very Strange Behaviour "Indeed"...

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Happy World Oceans Day

To help promote our world ocean, Tuesday June 8th was declared World Oceans Dayevents worldwide to help you celebrate. and there are many


I am very grateful for nature's beauty.  Yesterday I witnessed a 10% rainbow that was magnificent.  I wondered what people in the past might have thought they were perhaps a vision, spirit, or sign.  I know that I think of it today as a sign that I am very blessed.  I also saw a two year old bear that just woke up, a coyote that isn't scared of vehicles, and a silver fox.  It is such a treat to see these animals out in the free environment.  Even the two deer that I saw on the side of the highway were fascinating (although I was scared that they would jump out on the road).  It is a treat to be living in a Provincial park.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Brian Skerry reveals ocean's glory -- and horror

Photographer Brian Skerry shoots life above and below the waves -- as he puts it, both the horror and the magic of the ocean. Sharing amazing, intimate shots of undersea creatures, he shows how powerful images can help make change.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

HorizonTreaty Education Video

Where's Waldo

I am not sure where Waldo is right now but he put together a cool google map to highlight the hometowns of these Saskatchewan born NHL players. He then shared the map with CBC radio's The Morning Edition.

Waldo Berg has been an instructor for Northlands College for many years as well as a contributor to CBC radio.