SUMMER SERIES 2020 POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 In respecting the restrictions and safeguards being put in place by all levels of governments, under the guidance of public health
officials across the country, we have made the important decision to postpone the Bridge & Falls Creative Residency. Originally
planned for two weeks in June and July, the creative residencies have been moved to late August/ early September. And, if necessary
participants who were invited to the creative residency for the summer series in 2020, will save their spot and visit our communities
in the summer of 2021. #weareallinthistogether


Kim ATLIN, On the Rock Studio
Margit Koivisto, On the Water Studio
Donato MANCINI, On the Water Studio

50 Million Hectares


The Area: Boreal Forest Region

Ontario’s boreal forest is the largest forest region in Ontario and Canada. With an area of 50 million hectares, the boreal forest contains two-thirds of Ontario’s forest. It extends from the northern limits of the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence forest to the Hudson Bay Lowlands.

Coniferous (softwood) and mixed-wood forests dominate the Boreal region. The main conifer species are black and white spruce, jack pine, balsam fir, tamarack and eastern white cedar. The predominant deciduous (hardwood) species are poplar and white birch. The area is also home to many towering white and red pines.

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