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The Election is Done – Now What?

With the election behind us, it is now time to focus on helping to shape the Government's upcoming priorities. The Finance Minister has committed to infrastructure spending to help stimulate the economy:

http://cewf.typepad.com/Infrastructure_projects.doc

The TSW Experts Report "It's All About The Water" has highlighted the need for long overdue investment in the TSW infrastructure, with public safety […]

Stranded!

We have heard from some members that their lakes have been drawn down this year significantly earlier, and at a quicker rate, than normal. For one member the newly communicated TSW forecasts enabled him to proactively get his dock out before it was too late. For another who had planned his usual timing, unfortunately his […]

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Independent Water Management Agency

It is critical that the Independent Water Management Agency, as recommended by the expert Panel on the Future of the Trent Severn Waterway, be immediately established. What is this Agency, and why is it important? Click here for the information: http://cewf.typepad.com/IWMA_-_WHAT_AND_WHY.doc

6-Sep General Meeting

SUMMARY OF CEWF GENERAL MEETING – SEPT. 6TH 2008

PRESENT:  Jim Murray ,Dave Dennis, Ted Spence, Sharon Brickman (Crystal Lake alternate)  , Sandy Kilgour, Lorrie Saville, Roger Young, Barbara Reid & Tammy Rea (Gull Lake alternates), Hugh Spence, Graham Parkinson, Chris Riddle, Norma Goodger, Stephen Foster, Paul MacInnes, Doug Palmer, Larry Holden, Don Benson, John Anderson, […]

CEWF UPDATE – Summer 2008

The Panel on the Future of the TSW has submitted to the Minister of Environment Canada an excellent report making 26 recommendations. The report, "It’s All About the Water", is available at www.tswpanel.ca. The complete written submissions of the CEWF, as well as all the other parties, can also be found there.