March 2013

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If you know where and how to look, there is evidence of wildlife activity all around you. In the woods, in the fields and in the hedgerows there are tell-tale signs of creatures going about their daily lives. Some of these creatures, for example grey squirrels, are quite bold and we often see them when […] Read more...


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I have always enjoyed hiking in foreign and remote parts of the World. With little effort I have been lucky to find beautiful and deserted places to explore. I often tread the less warn paths in my native Britain and enjoy doing the same in different parts of the world. Recently I visited the South […] Read more...


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Recently I was sorry to learn of the death of Leonard Dokis. By all accounts Leonard was a highly respected and well-loved member of the Dokis First Nation. He served two terms as Chief of Dokis First Nation, had been a Councillor for over 40 years and had done much in these capacities and in […] Read more...


Finding The Lost Bundle

by Norman Dokis

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Recently an elder from our community told me that there is a hidden bundle* around the Cradle Rapids which is below the Chaudière Falls at Dokis First Nation. He told me about this after I showed him pictures of the rock paintings and rock reflections which are a spiritual guidance to our people. *bundle – […] Read more...


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  More About The French River Expedition: The French River expedition is our foundation-level Canadian canoeing trip. Here you can hone and integrate your bushcraft and expedition canoeing skills. The expedition provides fantastic opportunity to follow the paddles and portages of natives, explorers and voyageurs on a Canadian Heritage River. Find out more…   Read more...