GUELPH POLITICAST #38 – Colin Oaks, Project Biologist for Trout Unlimited Canada

The months of May and June mark that time of year when we tend to spend less time in the house and more time outside. The weather is right in the Goldilocks zone: not too hot and not too cool, it’s less cloudy and more sunny, and long walks by, let’s say the river, are much more enjoyable. So not coincidentally, May and June also mark the 2Rivers Festival here in the Royal City. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #38 – Colin Oaks, Project Biologist for Trout Unlimited Canada”

City Reveals the Secret of the Ooze on the Speed

If you walked along the Speed River recently and noticed something weird about the water, you’re not alone. For the record, it was an oil spill, but fortunately it’s not the type of oil spill that typically makes headlines. Continue reading “City Reveals the Secret of the Ooze on the Speed”