• General

    How to get an Ontario fishing license?

    Fishing is allowed in the Rouge Park, but not without the license. Here is the breakdown of rules and regulations for anyone looking to enjoy fishing within the Park. The difference between license fees for Ontario and Canada resident Ontario resident: Ontario is your primary residence and you are living in the province for a least six consecutive months during the 12 months period immediately before applying for a license. Canadian resident: Your primary residence is any part of Canada other than Ontario, and you are living in Canada for at least six consecutive months during the 12 months immediately before applying for a license. You can buy a license…

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    Biodiversity: Park’s Flora

    Trees These lovely giants act as the guardians of the park for centuries. They provide a shelter and hiding place for the wildlife, but one of the most magnificent things about the trees in the Park comes from the color of their leaves. They paint the landscape each season in different colors, especially in autumn. If you decide to take a hike through the park here is the list of the tree species that you might spot. Sugar Maple The national tree of Canada is easy to spot as the Park is abundant with it. Mostly known from the Canadian flag this tree’s trademark is his characteristic leaves. They are…