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John and Janet Foster-Stories from the Wild


For more than forty years, John and Janet Foster have been telling stories about Canada. Their filming assignments for CBC, TVOntario, and the Discovery Channel have taken them all across this land, from coast to coast, up into the High Arctic and Greenland, and south to the Antarctic Peninsula.

Through their films and public slide shows they have always shared their own passion for wild places, the beauty of Canada’s landscapes, and the diversity of our wildlife.

In this new presentation, they are once again storytellers, sharing recent and personal stories, drawn from wildlife encounters on their rough old farm in Hastings County, and from adventures in some of their favorite locations – like Algonquin Park in all seasons, Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, and among the huge icebergs – those that drift, and those that become grounded -  along the shores of Newfoundland.




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