Originally this was to appear as the winter newsletter but we have all been busy so welcome to the
better-late-than-never Winter Newsletter Spring 2015 Edition!
The colours of the fall leaves around Kamaniskeg were the best in recent memory. Please send us any great photographs of the area in any season to share with others if your camera got lucky?
With the previous winter being so long and cold and the ice extra thick (ie 42″), such that some ice fishermen needed extensions to their ice augers, the summer seemed compressed. It was a race to get docks in with the late start and the pace sustained throughout the summer. Whether you figure your summer season was 4, 8, 12 or 16 weeks, it all seemed to pass so quickly. So much for the slow, leisurely pace of yesteryear.
KAPOA would like to thank all its Directors and Area Membership Reps for their time and energy to help make our properties safer and more enjoyable by working together.
Well here is one issue that has folks riled up and rightly so. While some pundits blame the Liberals for the mess that is our electricity situation in Ontario, I must say that I am not sure the Conservatives would
Last year I wrote about the overall costs for the OPP in the rural communities they service and how policing costs are growing exponentially while crime is going down. And that the Auditor General ‘s report in 2012 made it
Time to declutter! Hastings Highlands residents are invited to place unwanted items and clearly mark them as “FREE” at the curb on Saturday July 21 and October 13 for others to take away and enjoy. Please re-usable household items at