Fly’s around Algonquin Park in Ontario. I’ve had this fellow land on me before in the park. Wondering what it is called. He fly’s in short bursts and his wings are rigid.
Your critter is a longhorn beetle, family Cerambycidae. These large beetles are heavy and not good flyers.
Because of the angle of the photo it is hard to tell just which beetle you have. It looks large but that can be deceiving in a photo. How big is it? Does it have any spots on it?
My best guess is it is one of the Flat-Faced Longhorns. These longhorn beetles larva feed in dead or dying wood of conifer trees.
Let me know more about your critter if you want a better guess and send other angle photos if you have them.