Connecting Lake Simcoe's Community

Lake Simcoe Living celebrates life at Lake Simcoe with a magazine and Lake Simcoe Living Community Television. Our blog delivers additional news and comment about this beautiful and exciting area

Congratulations, Neil Kinnear and Lesley Chung!

Sunday, April 1, was the official opening of "Where We Live and Play," a photographic exhibit by Neil Kinnear and Lesley Chung at the Georgina Arts Centre and Gallery, 149 High St., Sutton.

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LSRCA Media Award Winner

As publisher of Lake Simcoe Living, I recently received the 2011 Media Recognition Award from the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority.

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Who will you vote for in the Ontario Election on Oct. 6, 2011?

Did you watch the Ontario Election Debate? Who won the debate? Who is going to win the election?

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Wear your lifejacket on the water

I am writing this with much sadness. Fraser Rennie, a father, devoted grandfather, owner of York Durham Sign, member of the Kinsmen Club of Sutton and a fellow sailor, died on Lake Simcoe on Sept. 10, 2011. A robust man, full of spirit and crazy about sailing, he is mourned by the Lake Simcoe racing community.

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It's Spring!

As I write this, it looks more like Winter outside -- but I know that Spring is on its way, along with the Spring issue of Lake Simcoe Living! The magazine is available across the Lake Simcoe Watershed. If you can't find a copy, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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New Lake Simcoe science committee named

Dr. Peter Dillon, an internationally renowned research scientist and expert in the chemistry of lakes and watersheds, has been named chair of the new Lake Simcoe Science Committee.

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