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Stormy Weather May Cause Lake Simcoe Shoreline Flooding

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MEDIA RELEASE LSRCA Issues First Shoreline Hazard Watch Today Lake Simcoe watershed – March 26, 2021 - Within two days of launching its new shoreline flood-watch system,...

Electric car sales climb in wake of new $5,000 federal rebate program

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OTTAWA — Canada’s new rebate program to help make electric cars cheaper appears to be showing early signs of stimulating sales but mostly in...

Ice Fishers Report Less Jumbo Yellow Perch this Season

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Despite good weather and great ice conditions, ice fishers say there were fewer jumbo perch on their lines this season. Yellow Perch, oft-considered the ultimate...

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...

Local environmental groups say provincial projects threaten Lake Simcoe’s health

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By Sarah Grishpul Local environmental groups are concerned that the province is overlooking the impact its major infrastructure projects, like the Bradford Bypass, will have...

York Regional Forest closed to the public until further notice

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By: Mike Anderson York Region has closed its 21 forest tracts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In Georgina, the Metro Rd., Cronsberry and...

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...

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...

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

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By Mike Anderson Georgina Council is calling on the province not to fast-track the Bradford Bypass by exempting it from key environmental legislation. The proposed...

Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge seeks donations to fund much-needed expansions

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By: Michelle Poirier Work is underway at Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge in Pefferlaw to expand the critical care unit and indoor pens. But, while...

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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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