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Catch me if you can! How anglers are changing the catchability of fish

A heavily fished lake could mean you go home empty handed. (Shutterstock) Taylor Ward,...

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...

Georgina Council calls on province not to fast-track Bradford Bypass

By Mike Anderson Georgina Council is calling on the province not to fast-track the Bradford Bypass by exempting...

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...

Lyme-spreading ticks so common thanks to mild winters, some places stop testing

OTTAWA — Lyme disease has settled so deeply into parts of Canada many public health units now just...

Canada’s new food policy means everyone’s at the table

A double rainbow is seen over blueberry fields in Pitt...

Province transfers Maple Lake Estate lands to LSRCA

By: Mike Anderson A decades-long dispute over the future of 360 hectares of the North Gwillimbury Forest, known as...

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. ...

North Durham Nature’s April 27 webinar showcases Algonquin wildlife

Beaver eating Virgin's bower By Jay Thibert North Durham Nature is excited to feature the...

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...

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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