For thousands of years, people have been drawn by the beauty, abundance and mystery of Ontario’s rugged Bruce Peninsula. This three-part series explores the ancient relationship the Saugeen Ojibway have with this territory and the lengths they go to hold onto that relationship, especially the right to fish. We learn about the regions rapid colonization period and the area’s equally rapid decolonization as people left for greener pastures in western Canada. Discover how tourism and the arrival of the world’s largest nuclear power station changed things here. As well, you will uncover how the Bruce becomes one of the most important natural area’s in Ontario.