A joint media campaign between Safe Quiet Lakes and the Ontario Provincial Police One of our most important communications initiatives this year was production of a short 3.5 minute video that provides an overview of what our organization is about, and how we are working with the OPP to make our lakes safer and quieter. We hope you enjoy this … Read More
The following is the link to the Article published online on Friday, May 15th, 2015 ( http://www.thestar.com/) and in print on Saturday, May 16th, 2015 – The Star paper. As money floods Muskoka, cottagers work to calm the waters – Susan Pigg, Business Reporter
The following article appeared in The Muskokan on Friday, September 12th, 2014 – written by John Joseph Mitchell.
The following article appeared on May 30th, 2014 in The Muskokan (page 5 & 7) and in the Bracebridge Examiner. Let’s talk about your boating behaviour by Ann McDiarmid
The following article appeared in the Muskoka Weekender on April 16th, 2014 Gathering held to discuss how to keep lakes safe and quiet
As the summer boating season begins, many Muskokans may find their boating skills somewhat rusty. Before venturing out on to the water, we should all refresh ourselves on the rules of the road and how to be a more respectful boater. Three of the most frequent complaints that the Muskoka Lakes Association and other cottage associations receive each summer are: … Read More