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How Back Roads Bill beat a superbug with vitamin 'N'

How Back Roads Bill beat a superbug with vitamin 'N'

In the first of a two-part story, Bill explains how Nature helped him overcome MRSA, a drug-resistant, sometimes deadly bacterial infection
Back Roads Bill: finds sense of place at Bobby's place

Back Roads Bill: finds sense of place at Bobby's place

This week Bill discovers more than meets the eye and why some locations are important to people
Back Roads Bill: Grey Owl - the great imposter

Back Roads Bill: Grey Owl - the great imposter

This week Bill looks at the lasting spirit of Grey Owl and cultural appropriation
Back Roads Bill On mine rehabilitation and why it matters

Back Roads Bill On mine rehabilitation and why it matters

This week Bill takes us to a rehabilitated mine site that matters for the future
Backroads Bill: Where the water flows and why it's important

Backroads Bill: Where the water flows and why it's important

This week Bill takes us to a couple of geographic watershed anomalies
Back Roads Bill: At the campfire with Waubgeshig Rice

Back Roads Bill: At the campfire with Waubgeshig Rice

This week Bill tells us about a COVID campfire chat with Waub Rice leading to his novel release this week.
Back Roads Bill: Chutes along the back roads

Back Roads Bill: Chutes along the back roads

This Thanksgiving weekend Bill takes us to a bit of back roads anomaly related to our logging heritage
Back Roads Bill: An easier way to get on the water

Back Roads Bill: An easier way to get on the water

This week Bill tells us about a way to get in and out of your kayak that makes kayaking more accessible to more people
Seeing the forest through the smoke with Back Roads Bill

Seeing the forest through the smoke with Back Roads Bill

Bill looks at the effects of the wildfire smoke on trees and plants
Back Roads Bill: Putt-putting with vintage railway motorcars

Back Roads Bill: Putt-putting with vintage railway motorcars

This week Bill has a contemporary, but unique look at back the north’s rich railway heritage