Missinaibi

Missinaibi

(mĭsĭnā`bē), river, c.265 mi (430 km) long, rising in Missinaibi Lake, central Ont., Canada, and flowing N and NE to the Mattagami River, SW of Moosonee, to form the Moose River.
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Massery also began paddling, going on a six-day trip to the Missinaibi River in Ontario, Canada, with veteran AMC leader Paul Glazebrook.
In the Northeast, Kap-Kig-Iwan in Englehart had a four per cent July-August occupancy rate last year while Missinaibi, between Hearst and Chapleau, had 29 per cent.
Early next morning, we boarded the Polar Princess, fully loaded with 80 passengers, to cruise down the Moose River, into which flow the waters of the Mattagami, Missinaibi and Abitibi.
The application of setbacks around Missinaibi Provincial Park, an area of concern around Quetico Provincial Park, and the anticipated sizable expansion of Wabakimi Provincial Park, while painstaking in their development, do herald a major shift in the recognition of protected heritage areas and the need for careful land use and resource management around them.
The land block was originally owned by the Ministry of Natural Resources who gave it to Tembec in exchange for land holdings to further expand the park along the Missinaibi River.
Richards and Beechey, (this volume) also talk of "a more integrated ecosystem approach to forest management" and uses the Missinaibi and Quetico as examples where more enlightened timber management has prevailed.
The MNR employees) are seeing more and more people driving into Missinaibi Provincial Park, which is an 80-kilometre drive, and the visitors will tell us they've seen 19 bears and a handful of moose on a round trip.