Great White North

Could Maritime Canada be the next hot spot for a rebounding white shark population?

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Cape Breton Boat Stalker

Get out of that boat!

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Sable Island’s Headless Seals

Between 1993 and 2001, bodies with their heads ripped off began washing up on shore.

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The Truth Is Out There

Halloween in Maine with the world’s leading cryptozoologist—and people who claim encounters with Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster.

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Arctic Adaptation Exchange

I wrote the script for this short video—designed to help people across the Circumpolar North deal with the effects of climate change.

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U-boat Spy in Canada

As Marc Milner points out, German sailors came ashore in Canada during the war—in full uniform. Read the rest of this entry

The Reel Deal

Fishing reels come in countless variations today that are designed for every conceivable situation. Choice is a good thing, but it can be intimidating for the beginning or casual angler. Read the rest of this entry

Sportfishing in Nova Scotia

Join me on a quest to find the sportfish of Nova Scotia. From Brook Trout to Bluefin Tuna, meet an incredible array of species, get helpful tips, and learn the true reason for angling. Read the rest of this entry

U-boats in Canadian Waters

German U-boats did indeed prowl off the Canadian coast during World War I and World War II. Read the rest of this entry

P.E.I.’s Great White Shark

The Discovery Channel named this white shark one of the two largest ever measured. Whether that’s true or not is debatable, but it is an amazing story that I wrote about in 2005. Read the rest of this entry