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piping ploverThe Town of South Bruce Peninsula seems stuck in their view that the rules and regulations for protecting endangered species shouldn’t apply to them. Despite being convicted of two counts of damaging the places where piping plovers hatch and raise their chicks, at a cost of at least $600,000 to taxpayers in legal...

saublesunsetDespite being found guilty in 2019 on two charges of destroying the habitat of an endangered species, The Town of South Bruce Peninsula has applied the the Ministry of Environment, Parks and Conservation for a permit to rake the beach at Sauble. I truly hope the Ontario MECP and Minister Jeff Yurek make the decision on this permit proposal...

sauble beachWhy is it that despite being convicted of two counts of damaging piping plover habitat, (costing taxpayers something like $600,000), the Town of South Bruce Peninsula has applied to mechanically rake the beach this summer?

Goal 5 of the town's Strategic Plan discusses "Protection, Promotion and...

dollar money flyingIn these days of COVID, there’s been a lot of talk about how things will change … or ought to change.

The New York Times ran a remarkable editorial in April as part of a series on ‘What America Needs’. It was as if America’s paper of record suddenly woke up and realized the country was...




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