Lois Nuttall has over 34 years experience in the tourism, transportation, and education sectors and is a practiced teacher/trainer.
A ‘people person’ with strong communication and organizational skills, Lois has a common sense attitude to life and to building client relationships. A Lakehead University Alumni, she provides responsible tourism services that benefit local residents and Lake Superior communities.
David Nuttall was a science educator for 29 years, teaching senior biology, ecology and forestry. His university thesis involved a study of black crowberry, a rare arctic alpine plant found on Bowman Island , part of the Nipigon Bay Islands chain in Lake Superior.
He was honoured as a "Friend of the Great Lakes" by Environment Canada for his work as Chairman of the Nipigon Bay Remedial Action Plan Public Advisory Committee. Currently, Dave serves as a volunteer on several environmental advisory groups - working on projects such as water quality and rehabilitating the coaster brook trout population in the Nipigon River, Nipigon Bay and the North Shore of Lake Superior.
An avid outdoorsman, Dave has fished and boated Lake Superior for over 42 years. To friends and acquaintances, Dave is considered to be somewhat of an expert on Lake Superior’s Canadian North Shore.
Lois and David's greatest accomplishment to date has been raising three wonderful children. The whole family has always enjoyed spending as much time as possible on and around their 'great lake' and meeting others who appreciate, respect and care for it as much as they do.