East of Halfway Point, Pete Fenton of the ROM keeps watch for bears.
Ponds on the quartzite, with the town of Churchill in the distance
Street scene in Churchill a few years ago
A cannon at the Cape Merry Battery, where the Hudson's Bay Company men waited, and watched, and waited for the French to come. But they weren't very happy when that finally happened.
Fossils of the Silurian brachiopod (lamp shell), Virgiana decussata, cover the surface of a block on the shore east of Halfway Point.
Sand on the shore east of Churchill shows fresh prints of gull, overlain by Homo sapiens, overlain by Ursus maritimus. Bears like to place things in such a way that you will know who really owns the territory.