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Aug 16th, 2022
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Members of the Chigamik Hand Drum Circle at the UNESCO Geopark meeting, in front of panelists Tony Pigott, Jack Contin, Nick Eyles and Kirsten Kennedy. – AWARE Simcoe photo UNESCO designation may be a slam dunk, but controversial developments won’t be affected By Kate Harries AWARE News Network...
In Barrie
Aug 15th, 2022
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Who will take care of Lake Simcoe? A 2022 update on the “Lake Simcoe Under Pressure” Report From the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition By Claire Malcolmson We hope this letter finds you well and enjoying Lake Simcoe! We all want a healthy lake we can swim in, fish, and enjoy for generations to...
In Barrie
Aug 6th, 2022
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A satellite view of Lake Simcoe. Photo courtesy the Province of Ontario From the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition By Claire Malcolmson, Executive Director We would like to start off by orienting  you to what threatens Lake Simcoe’s health, what we’re doing about it, and what you can do to help. We are a ...
Jul 31st, 2022
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From Nature Canada, July 15, 2022 By Natasha Tucker, Mind Your Plastic Blogger You’ve probably heard the term “Circular Economy,” but do you know what it actually means? This term relates to how we use and dispose of materials, whether that’s the packaging that the items you buy come in or the produc...
Jul 29th, 2022
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The first Green Orillia Waterways Cleanup is taking place Sunday, July 31....
Jul 28th, 2022
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Georgian Bay Forever’s Amber Gordon with one of the bottles that will be used in a project that will track the path trash takes in Georgian Bay. – Amber Gordon photo From Simcoe.com, July 26, 2022 By Ian Adams If you see someone toss a plastic bottle into Georgian Bay at the end of August...
Jul 25th, 2022
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 A slide displaying E. coli levels in the Township of Georgian Bay was provided to Tiny committee of the whole recently, presented by the Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation who are undertaking DNA testing to determine if the source is human or animal in origin. | Tiny Township From BarrieToday, July...
Jul 20th, 2022
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Happy July! The summer has started and I know a lot of you are enjoying the sunshine and family time at the beach and some of you may even be traveling on holidays. If you are around the next two weeks we have some important events coming up: Georgian Bay Forever RECEIVE A FREE WASHING MACHINE [&hell...
Jul 18th, 2022
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From the Ontario Clean Air Alliance By Angela Bischoff, Director The International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Water Quality Board is calling for Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) nuclear waste storage facilities to be “hardened” and located away from shorelines to prevent them from becoming compro...
Jul 4th, 2022
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There Is Something In The Water JOIN US on Tues. July 12h under the stars for There Is Something In The Water, BMWT’s  3rd award-winning documentary @The Collingwood Brewery There is Something In The Water follows Director Elliott Page as he travels through rural areas in his native Nova Scotia...