King Township water rate increasing 11.5% in 2018

King Township residents will be paying nearly 12 per cent more on your water bill in 2018. King Township council approved the increase earlier this month after a report to council showed the water and wastewater rates for residents and businesses in the township will jump by […] Full story at www.yorkregion.com

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Kawartha Lakes Eliminates Water Infrastructure Deficit

With the approval of its 2018 Water and Wastewater Capital Budget, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario will no longer have a water infrastructure deficit. City council approved the proposed 2018 Water and Wastewater Capital Budget at their October 31st Special Council meeting. The budget is supported by the property owners who use the City’s water and wastewater […]

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A prayer for water

I spent the last week of August secluded at a cottage on Fairy Lake. Touted as one of the jewels of the Muskoka region, Fairy Lake is also the gateway to Algonquin Park. Calm in the early morning, churned into action by rainfall or the odd passing motor boat, and a natural mirror for glorious […]

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Your chance to make a difference with Depot Creek rehabilitation

With the cooler days of fall approaching families, groups or individuals looking for a rewarding outdoor activity are encouraged to spend some time along the shore of Depot Creek. The Greater Nipissing Stewardship Council is looking for volunteers to assist with the rehabilitation of the creek, located about 25 kilometres southeast of North Bay and […]

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Council Approves Motion to Halt Turbines Over Water Concerns

Chatham-Kent councillors have approved a motion calling on Ontario’s government to stop wind turbine work in the municipality until a deeper investigation into water quality concerns is completed. The motion comes after reports five water wells near the North Kent Wind project had become clogged with sediment residents claim are caused by pile driving. The […]

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New SPC Member Search

NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE OF JUNE 15, 2016 IS NOW PASSED Water you Waiting for? New members needed for Source Protection Committee (SPC) Newmarket – April 20, 2016 – Be an advocate for safe drinking water in your community! Applications are being accepted by The South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe (SGBLS) Source Protection Region for […]

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Source Protection Now in Effect

Prevention the Focus of New Policies to Protect Municipal Water Newmarket, ON – July 2, 2015 – New policies to protect municipal drinking water sources came into effect yesterday. The Source Water Protection Plan for the South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe Source Protection Region (see map) contains policies designed to prevent contaminants from industrial, agricultural […]

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Shelburne Water Supply Changes: Public Consultation

Newmarket – May 14, 2015 The municipal well supplies for the Town of Shelburne in the Nottawasaga Valley Source Protection Area have undergone some changes recently. The addition of Well 7 (located just west of Shelburne town limits, north of Highway 89, Melancthon) and the decommissioning of Well 2 (Dufferin Street, south of Highway 89) […]

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