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Fall, 2013 - Issue #42

The President's Message - p.1

By PAUL COWLEY- Carusoe Bay

 
Council Wrestles with Environmental and Tax Implications of Septage Disposal in Tiny
- p.1

Local Artist Keeps Us Smiling – p.2
By IRENE WILSON – Bluewater Georgina Wendake

Overflow Attendance at July 6 Low Water Levels Mtg- p.3

The Wolf Is Still at the Door - p.3
By MARY MUTER _ Vice-Chair ROWI, Chair Great Lakes Division,
Sierra Club

Report on Council - p.4
By MARY JANE PRICE – Deanlea Beach Association

Editorial Cartoon - p.4
By CHRIS FIGGURES - Balm Beach

Controlling Phragmites – a Cottager Reports Success - p.4
By LYNN SHORT -

Water Levels Background - p.7
By ALLAN CROWE _Environment Canada

Giant Hogweed: A Potentially Injurious Invader - p.8

By LINDA ANDREWS – Wahnekewening Beach Association

 

Seiche or Slosh? - p.8

By LINDA ANDREWS – Wahnekewening Beach Association

 

The Movie Star with a Wyebridge Connection - p.9

By BONNIE REYNOLDS -

 

Monarch Butterflies – The News is Not All Bad! - p.9

 

Strong Community Commitments Are Building You a Strong Hospital - p.10
Reviewed by JOHN LISTER -  

The Tiny Cottager Challenge - p.10
By RICHARD GOULD -

Great Lakes Week 2013 - p.11
By CATHERINE VANDERHEYDEN -

A Night On The Town – and other events - p.13
By IRENE WILSON – Bluewater Georgina Wendake

 

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