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All posts tagged "south baymouth"
South Baymouth sees survey work done by government at channel entrance
Info will determine if future dredging will be required SOUTH BAYMOUTH—It appears that steps are being taken to determine if future dredging will be required at South Baymouth. After record low water levels and a delayed ferry...
- Posted August 7, 2013
Water levels higher, ferry loads heavier
Lake Huron on par with 2012 LAKE HURON—Work being done to the fenders at South Baymouth and Tobermory is underway with the completion date of mid-July still in the sights of the Owen Sound Transportation Company (OSTC)....
- Posted June 26, 2013
South Baymouth harbour depths will satisfy needs of Chi-Cheemaun
OWEN SOUND—Water levels in Lake Huron and Michigan remain far below the recorded monthly mean for this time of the year and the Canadian government’s best case projected rise in water levels for May 2013 lies some...
- Posted April 17, 2013
Chi-Cheemaun to open season on time, despite water level concerns
OWEN SOUND—The Owen Sound Transportation Company is still scheduled to begin the 2013 sailing season for the M.S. Chi-Cheemaun (between South Baymouth and Tobermory) on May 3, while continuing its discussions in regards to concerns due to...
- Posted April 12, 2013
MPs support dredging at South Bay’s entry
SOUTH BAYMOUTH—Low water levels in the Great Lakes are threatening the smooth passage of Manitoulin’s ferry link to southern Ontario, leading the Owen Sound Transportation Company (OSTC), operators of the Chi-Cheemaun, to engage an engineering company to...
- Posted March 13, 2013
Low water woes means Chi-Cheemaun requires deeper channel blasted at South Bay harbour
SOUTH BAYMOUTH—Last week, during the Manitoulin Tourism Association’s (MTA) annual general meeting, the membership was surprised to learn that the Chi-Cheemaun ferry has increasingly less keel draft in its South Baymouth port entrance. Susan Schrempf, president of...
- Posted October 10, 2012
Cuts to urban rescue unit ill-advised
To the Expositor: The Stephen Harper government is fighting its deficit by slashing funding to all five Heavy Urban Search and Rescue (HUSAR) units in Canada, including the Toronto team on scene at the collapsed mall in...
- Posted August 15, 2012
2012 Canada Day fireworks on Manitoulin
With Canada Day just around the corner there is lots to look forward to across Manitoulin from community festivals (see this weeks edition of The Expositor) to fireworks. This year’s firework line up on Sunday, July 1...
- Posted June 27, 2012
Taste of Manitoulin returns with cultural, culinary creations
by Robin Burridge MANITOULIN—The second annual Taste of Manitoulin (TOM) will once again highlight the Island’s local culinary talents and rich cultural and historical background next Friday, June 8 through June 17. The festival will highlight a...
- Posted May 30, 2012
MMA resolution of concern about land claim agreement receives Northern support
by Stacey Lavallie NORTH BAY—The decision of the provincial government to “download its responsibilities” to the municipalities in regards to the still unresolved 1990 land claims agreement was the subject of a unanimous resolution at the annual...
- Posted May 16, 2012