Always wanted to work in Algonquin Provincial Park? Here is your opportunity to live and work
at a renowned research facility in the heart of Algonquin Park. The Algonquin Wildlife Research
Station (AWRS) in Algonquin Provincial Park is looking for a candidate with leadership skills,
great mechanical aptitude and knowledge of running small businesses to fill the position of
Friday, September 20 to Sunday, September 22, 2013 to bring young leaders from across the province together for a weekend of building friendships and exploring beautiful Lake Couchiching. The summit will be hosted by Ontario Nature’s Youth Council.
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QUBS Open House Sunday June 23rd noon-3:00 pm.
Displays of ongoing research projects, local diversity and conservation initiatives. Tours of the facilities and habitats. Light refreshments served. All welcome!
The Queen's University Biological Station is centred on the shores of Lake Opinicon, one of the lakes of the Rideau Canal, some 50 km north of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. www.queensu.ca/qubs/about/directions.html