LSRCA is looking for your ideas and comments! Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority – LSRCA The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority is undertaking a comprehensive review of our Watershed Development Guidelines. The draft document is available at http://www.lsrca.on.ca/news/2014/policy_review.php We`ll be hosting 2 Public Information Centres, Jan. 27 (Innisfil) & 29 (Holland Landing) to receive input

Anglers can fish for lake herring from Lake Simcoe again Herring ready for the catch on Lake Simcoe Courtesy of Ministry of Natural Resources After 13 years, the lake herring population is healthy enough to allow recreational fishing again, the Ministry of Natural Resources says. next play/pause pre1/1 Innisfil Journal Beginning this month, anglers can

NOTICE OF INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF RAMARA   The Inaugural meeting for the Council of the Township of Ramara will be held on Monday, December 1st, 2014 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at the Township of Ramara Administration Centre, 2297 Highway 12, Brechin, ON. The public

They’re normally found in face wash, shower gel and toothpaste. But plastic microbeads are now showing up in lakes and rivers. A team of researchers from McGill University and the Quebec government have discovered these microbeads — often marketed by the cosmetic industry as a way to feel extra clean — at the bottom of the St. Lawrence River. “The

  I hereby certify that during the municipal election held on October 27, 2014, for the offices listed below, the certified candidates received the votes that follow their respective names: Office Candidate Votes —————————————- Mayor Basil CLARKE 2,157 Bill DUFFY 1,383 Arnold GUETTLER 37 Shannon O’DONNELL 1,565 —————————————- Deputy Mayor Mandy DAVISON 1,004 Mike HARRINGTON

Low Flying Planes In Lake Simcoe Area

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 by

Low-flying planes in Lake Simcoe area… Our Lake Simcoe (ourlakesimcoe.com) FYI for Lake Simcoe residents: For about 3 weeks starting tomorrow, you may notice low-flying aircraft around Lake Simcoe (100-160 metres from the ground). These aircraft are acquiring imagery of the shoreline for the purposes of updating mapping to support shoreline and fisheries management, which

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