Invitation to a Community Meeting : Algonquin Land Claim Draft Environmental Evaluation Report
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, on behalf of the Government of Ontario, and hosted by the AOO communities, invites AOO community members to attend information sessions on the draft environmental evaluation report it will be sharing for public review in September and October. These meetings will provide Algonquin community members with an opportunity to share perspectives and ask questions about the draft report at their own community meetings.
More information here
Please join us at any of the Community Meetings listed below:
Ottawa Thursday, August 17, 2017: 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM (Presentation at 7:30 PM) Huntley Community Mess Hall, 2240 Craig Side Road, Carp, ON K0A 1L0
Snimikobi and Shabot Obaadjiwan Monday, August 21, 2017: 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM (Presentation at 7 PM) Travelodge Kingston, 2360 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7M 3G4
Whitney and Bancroft Thursday, August 24, 2017: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Presentation at 7 PM) Lake St. Peter Community Centre, 5 Boulter Lake Road, Lake St. Peter, ON K0L 2K0
Mattawa/North Bay Thursday, August 31, 2017: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Presentation at 7 PM) Madadjiwan Cultural Centre, 318 Main Street, Mattawa, ON P0H 1V0 (access via the side entrance)
Pikwakanagan Wednesday, September 6, 2017: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Presentation at 7 PM) Makwa Community Centre, 59 Pakwanagemag Inamo, Pikwakanagan, ON K0J 1X0
Antoine Thursday, September 7, 2017: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Presentation at 7 PM) Royal Canadian Legion, 360 Hurdman Street, Mattawa, ON P0H 1V0
Bonnechere and Greater Golden Lake Saturday, September 9, 2017: 10 AM -12:30 PM (Presentation at 10:30 AM) Royal Canadian Legion Branch 72, 202 Pembroke Street East, Pembroke, ON K8A 3J7
Research in Bon Echo Provincial Park
Year-long environmental surveys in 2017
Ontario Parks will be conducting a variety of surveys in Bon Echo Provincial Park this year to study its various species and habitats. Research will include birds, bats, frogs and toads, turtles, vegetation and more. To learn more about the research, visit Bon_Echo_Park_Research_2017.