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Sep 19th, 2021
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Bradford West Gwillimbury Mayor Rob Keffer is shown in a file photo. From Barrie Today, September 17, 2021 By Natasha Philpott ‘The Holland Marsh pollution reduction project is the single largest action we can take to reduce Lake Simcoe’s phosphorus pollution,’ says Lake Simcoe Watch Brad...
Sep 9th, 2021
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See the original Water Watcher’s request for endorsement of their moratorium on gravel extraction here: gravel_moratorium_paper_aug-17-2021. The Climate Crisis Threatens Our Homes Everyone wants to feel safe and secure at home. Home is where we live, a community and natural environment that sur...
Sep 9th, 2021
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David Hopkins (bottom row, left), senior hydrologist at R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited, provided an in-depth look to Tiny council at the problems with a sewage water application within the controversial Teedon Pit operations. By Derek Howard, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter – Midla...
Sep 2nd, 2021
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Dave Neeson is a councillor in Georgina and Jonathan Scott is a councillor in Bradford West Gwillimbury. They are presenting a motion in York Region to move forward the proposed Holland Marsh Phosphorous Recycling Facility. From BarrieToday, September 1, 2021 By BarrieToday Staff ‘Our motion ca...
Aug 26th, 2021
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The Holland Marsh pollution reduction project could reduce phosphorous from farming operations by 85%. By Jack Gibbons, Chair of Lake Simcoe Watch Despite support from the federal government, the Region of York has put its $40 million project to reduce phosphorous pollution from the Holland Marsh on ...
Aug 23rd, 2021
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Linda Wells By Claire Malcolmson, Executive Director of the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition Support clean water and local artists during international water week  Oro-Medonte, ON –  Linda Wells has spent the summer meeting Lake Simcoe area artists and has brought many of their works together in on...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Sign this petition to save Brocks Beach We The People of Brocks Beach  formally oppose and ask Wasaga Beach Mayor and Council to reject the following: ·       The  application submitted by Beachwood Development Inc., to the Town of Wasaga Beach Planning Department, for an Official Plan Amendment (Fil...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Kerrie Atkins (left), Jan Penic and Alex Schwertner are members of Save Beachwood, a group of Shore Lane residents calling on Wasaga Beach town council not to consider a high-density residential development in their neighbourhood. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, August 10, 2021 By Ian Ad...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Shore Lane resident Gerard Dusastre fears a proposed high-density residential project will destroy the quiet nature of his neighbourhood in the west end of Wasaga Beach. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, June 16, 2021 By Ian Adams Neighbours of a proposed 215-unit residential development i...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Gerard Dusastre has launched a website raising concerns over the number of residential units planned for the west end of Wasaga Beach along Beachwood Road. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, July 14, 2021 By Ian Adams A group of west-end residents opposed to a 214-unit development in their ...