Jul 12th, 2017
Cigarette butts are the most common litter item found on Lake Huron beaches -Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation photo Let’s get the butts off the beach! From Environmental Defence Join us on Friday, July 21 at 10:00 a.m. to get the butts off Wasaga Beach! Cigarette butts, that is. Did y...
Jul 7th, 2017
News release from Keep Hydro Public After months of community involvement, on July 7, 2017, Wasaga Beach council voted unanimously to keep Wasaga Distribution Inc. (WDI) public. With the help of the Keep Hydro Public Coalition, local residents successfully pressured their municipal council to retain ...
Jul 6th, 2017
Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin After months of research and public consultation, Wasaga Beach council unanimously decided to retain and grow Wasaga Distribution Inc. Council wasn’t slated to make a decision about the utility provider until a special meeting on July 18. However, during another specia...
Feb 23rd, 2017
Nina Bifolchi says she’s following her obligations to represent residents By Ian Adams Wasaga Sun Wasaga’s deputy mayor says she’ll continue to ask questions in the best interests of the community, even if the answers prove to be embarrassing. In a statement issued Feb. 22 in response to counci...
Feb 21st, 2017
Comments on Wasaga Beach, Beach Management Proposed Secondary Plan EBR # 012-9248 AWARE Simcoe is a citizens’ group that works to protect water, the environment, health, and food land through transparency and accountability in government. Please visit our website www.aware-simcoe.ca. The Federal Gove...
Jan 25th, 2017
Andrew McNeill says ‘common practice’ to reach out to consultants for input on RFPs By Ian Adams Wasaga Sun Wasaga Beach officials met with the consultant brought in to lead the downtown master planning process months before they were hired to find out what went wrong with a previous visi...
Jan 25th, 2017
Integrity report sparks clashes, threat from mayor to clear the room by Catherine Thompson 977 the beach A Wasaga Beach councillor wants sanctions to be brought against the town’s Deputy Mayor. Integrity Commissioner Robert Swayze presented his report to council on Tuesday night to do with comp...
Jan 22nd, 2017
The Georgian Bay beachfront has seen a steady decline in tourism for years, but a new development proposal to revive the town’s fortunes has sparked division at city hall By BETSY POWELL Toronto Star WASAGA BEACH—A bundled-up couple walking a dog and a lone snowmobiler had the world’s longest freshwa...