Sea wolves thrive on the bounty of intertidal zones of the Great Bear Rainforest. They are powerful swimmers and genetically distinct from their mainland kin. Yet the province regards them as vermin. Maybe it shouldn’t.
Marlene and Dennis DuChemin have created a garden that is a treat for the eyes — and
a haven for wildlife. Their property, just south of Ontario’s Muskoka region, is lovingly
tended by Marlene, who gardens without chemicals, grows native plants and includes
the basic elements for wildlife: food, water, shelter and space.