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Bald eagles sighted in Jackson’s Point

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By: Mike Anderson A pair of bald eagles were recently spotted enjoying a shore lunch near Lake Dr. East and Courting House Place in Jackson's...

Town of Georgina considers further legal action against local farmer for illegal dumping

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By Mike Anderson The Town of Georgina is considering further legal action, including possible fines, against Ross Draper, a commercial farm operator in Keswick, after...

GIFN holds town hall on Fixed Link Project

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By Mike Anderson Nearly 100 residents attended the Georgina Island Fixed Link Town Hall held at the Kin Community Centre in Sutton on Wednesday, January...

Legacy of Ladies of the Lake celebrated at ClearWater Farm

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

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

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By: Mike Anderson One of Georgina's local heroes is calling it a day. After a decade of organizing Perchin for MS, one of Lake Simcoe's premier ice...

Sutton Christmas Bird Count records 57 species

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By Paul and Debra Harpley The 35th annual Sutton Christmas Bird Count was held on Tuesday, December 28, with a total of 52 observers tallying...

Environmental lobby group targets MPP Caroline Mulroney

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

Opinion: Ontario is changing the way it regulates hazardous waste disposal and that’s bad...

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By Karen Wolfe I attended an on-line webinar recently hosted by the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) because I was interested in the Ministry of...

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

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By: Tina Novotny If you are an urbanite like me who likes to channel their inner farmer, then a local country fair isn’t going to cut it. ...

Enjoy the outdoors again, but beware of ticks!

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By: James Burrows As trails and conservation areas reopen across Georgina, many of us are eager to socially distance in the great outdoors. But with scenic...

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May 10, 2024 Issue

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Main Stories: Council approves increase in funding for replacement Civic Centre, Council allows food vendors at two waterfront parks, Georgina Spring Fling Marathon grows in popularity, Photo exhibit features iconic portraits of 60s rock stars, Sutton Legion benefits from Ontario Trillium Grant
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