Watershed Region receives $629,152.00

South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region receives $629,152.00 from McGuinty Government for source water protection technical studies Further Funding To Help Communities Move Ahead With Source Protection Plans Newmarket – We are pleased to report that the South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region will receive an additional $629,152.00 in funding from the Province to complete […]

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Lynn Dollin named as Source Protection Chair

Newmarket – September 25, 2007 The South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region, comprised of the Black-Severn, Lake Simcoe, Nottawasaga Valley and Severn Sound watersheds, is pleased to announce that Lynn Dollin has been appointed Chair of the Drinking Water Source Protection Committee for the local planning region. Lynn Dollin, a Councillor in the Town of […]

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More cash to protect York’s water

Richmond Hill Liberal, March 8, 2007 – Serena Willoughby, Staff Writer Drinking water sources in the region are in line for better protection, now that York’s two conservation authorities have received more than $147,000 to research threats to those sources. Though the region already does a great deal in protection by pinpointing groundwater recharge areas, […]

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Watershed Region receives $629,152.00

South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region receives $629,152.00 from McGuinty Government for source water protection technical studies Innisfil Scope, February 28, 2007 The South Georgian Bay- Lake Simcoe watershed region will receive an additional $629,152 in funding from the Province to complete studies on local drinking water systems. From 2004 – 2008, the McGuinty Government […]

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Water studies financed

Midland Mirror February 26, 2007 South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region will receive an additional $629,152 in funding from the province to complete studies on local drinking water systems. In addition to the regional funding, the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio will receive $96,9640, the Township of Mulmur $127,540, the Town of Shelburne $103,820, and the Township […]

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Safe water falls to cities

Safe water falls to cities  – New legislation will put municipalities ‘in the driver’s seat’ by Colin McKim – The Orillia Packet & Times Municipalities will soon have to get their feet wet as part of a provincial plan to make local governments more responsible for protecting drinking water sources. “We want to put municipalities […]

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Agencies get together to learn about Source Water Protection

Agencies get together to learn about Source Water Protection by Michelle Minnoch – The Innisfil SCOPE Members of various Conservation Authorities, councils, and municipalities took part in Thursday morning’s South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe Watershed Region presentation on Source Water Protection (SWP). The SWP initiative will familiarize the process to better understand the long terms […]

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