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Mar 16th, 2021
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‘While this arrangement may have been appropriate at the time, does it still provide benefit and value to the municipality?’ asks councillor By: Cheryl Browne Barrie Advance Sonia Faryna and her husband thought they’d save money on their monthly bills by moving to Oro-Medonte five years a...
Mar 8th, 2021
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AWARE Simcoe The water ceremony planned for Sunday March 28 on French’s Hill has been cancelled. Goodwill and support to our indigenous allies in the defence of our pure water – and of good water for all everywhere....
Mar 8th, 2021
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Western University privacy expert Aleksander Essex Investigation of  Ontario’s online voting for municipal elections finds numerous issues and irregularities By Jeff Renaud Western News Ontario is considered a world leader for online voting. Upward of one million people voted electronically in the 20...
Mar 7th, 2021
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The following is a letter from Paul Sanderson sent March 3 2021 to Oro-Medonte Township Council Clerk Aubichon, Please accept my Proposal letter below as formal correspondence to be received and posted to the public record, preferably on the next agenda to be read and adopted well prior to expending ...
Mar 1st, 2021
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This bridge was built over a watercourse separating Tom Rennie’s and a neighbour’s property in Moonstone ‘This is a win for the environment,’ says lawyer acting for the local conservation authority; Tom Rennie said he is ‘pleased’ matter has been resol By: Marg. Br...
Feb 21st, 2021
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From Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition Lake Simcoe is stressed by phosphorus loads, climate change, and invasive species. The Lake Simcoe Protection Plan (LSPP) addresses these issues and lays out regulations, monitoring, and outreach strategies to address these stressors. If implemented, the LSPP would p...
Jan 29th, 2021
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Rally at Site 41 – Summer of 2009 From Wellington Water Watchers On January 14th 2021, a 10 year permit to take water was granted for use in the Teedon gravel pit in Tiny Township, Ontario. We are asking you to take action against this. The Teedon pit seeks to take water from the adjacent [&hel...
Jan 27th, 2021
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 Spring water ‘I think it’s time to send David in to fight Goliath,’ says Wishart. “I think we’ve got more than a stone and a slingshot. We can fill the road out in front of the township office with people who want to support this effort, financially and in voice.’ By: Mehreen...
Jan 27th, 2021
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‘My suggestion would be we clearly appeal every step,’ says council member, upset by the docility shown by fellow members around appealing the renewal of permit to take water for Tiny’s Teedon Pit By: Mehreen Shahid Midland Today Some Tiny council members want some serious action be...
Jan 27th, 2021
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Tiny Township Council in special meeting January 26 2021 By Kate Harries AWARE News Network Tiny Township Council will go into closed session this afternoon, to consider its options following the provincial government decision to grant a 10-year permit to take water to CRH Canada for its Waverley Upl...