From the Toronto Star: Urban fishing enthusiasts feel the lure of the Don

The Don River in Toronto has had a long and often not so proud history. From the early days, it was seen as a convenient way to dispose of unwanted chemicals and waste. Not that long ago, Pollution Probe held a funeral for the Don, declaring it dead. But as you’ll learn in this Toronto Star article by Paul Hunter, rumors of its death have been not only wildly exaggerated, but dispelled.

With determined restoration efforts, the Don is now enjoying a rebirth, with species returning to the watershed — and urban fishermen lured to its banks in search of the next big catch. Read the full article to learn more.