Past Initiatives

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South Frontenac Township impose on rights of property owners

South Frontenac Township - 30 Metres Of Controversy

Vigorous debate over changes to rules for existing buildings located close to water bodies in South Frontenac.  Read More

by Jeff Green and Wilma Kenny | Apr 27, 2016 

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MINING AND PROPERTY OWNER RIGHTS

Bedford Mining Alert

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Mega Graphite Inc. and The Ministry of Northern Development and Mines has taken over 40 mining claims in the Bedford and Burgess Townships

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Wolfe Lake Eagles

Excerpt From 2003 News Letter by Duncan MacDougall

Next to the mournful call of a loon, perhaps nothing epitomizes our northern wilderness more than the sighting of a Bald Eagle,  Since I started spending part of my summers on Wolfe Lake in 1950, I can recall only 2 or 3 years that we have not had a pair of eagles nesting on or near our lake. 


Eagles are extremely shy, especially while nesting, and will abandon a nest if they are disturbed.  When observing them, use binoculars and don't  approach closer than 400 metres (a quarter mile).  When passing by their nest, don't stop your boat.   As long as it is not too close, they will tolerate a moving boat that has invaded their "comfort zone", but as soon as it stops, or slows down, they become agitated. 


News Letter 2003 pages 12-14

News Letter 2010 - pages 16 - 17,  Southern Ontario Bald Eagle Monitoring Program