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Writer Ian Merringer (in the stern seat) and Jim Robb, General Manager of the Friends of the Rouge Watershed (in the bow seat) paddle near the mouth of the Rouge River in Scarborough, Ont. June 28, 2011. The Rouge River Watershed is approximately 340 square kilometres in size and has approximately 300 kilometres of tributaries.

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A group of young paddlers are photographed near the mouth of the Rouge River in Scarborough, Ont. June 24, 2011.

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The Rouge River is photographed from a bridge near Kingston Road at Glen Rouge Campground in Scarborough, Ont. June 27, 2011. The proposed Rouge National Park is about 100 square kilometres of publicly-owned land.

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