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Bald eagles sighted in Jackson’s Point

By: Mike Anderson A pair of bald eagles were recently spotted enjoying a shore lunch near Lake Dr. East...

Environmental lobby group targets MPP Caroline Mulroney

By: Mike Anderson Like a modern-day Don Quixote, Jack Gibbons is tilting at windmills.  But the windmills are not imaginary giants. ...

Perchin for MS raises $21,000 in its final year

By: Mike Anderson One of Georgina's local heroes is calling it a day. After a decade of organizing Perchin for...

Field-To-Table: City slicker visits Georgina’s working farms.

By: Tina Novotny If you are an urbanite like me who likes to channel their inner farmer, then a local...

Enjoy the outdoors again, but beware of ticks!

Sucking tick By: James Burrows As trails and conservation areas reopen across Georgina, many of...

Ontario Turtles in Danger!

By: Tina Novotny Slow and steady wins the race but time might be running out for all eight species...

LSRCA postpones public consultations on Pefferlaw Dam

By: Mike Anderson The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) will postpone public consultations on the future of the...

York Regional Forest closed to the public until further notice

By: Mike Anderson York Region has closed its 21 forest tracts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In...

Legacy of Ladies of the Lake celebrated at ClearWater Farm

By Mike Anderson More than 30 former members of Ladies of the Lake, a volunteer organization formed in 2005...

Ice Fishers Report Less Jumbo Yellow Perch this Season

Despite good weather and great ice conditions, ice fishers say there were fewer jumbo perch on their lines this season.

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October 10, 2021 Issue

Main Stories: Town of Georgina backtacks on plan to shut down public water taps, Food Pantry sees rise in first-time clients National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at Civic Centre