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Perpetual Waters: Scattering cremated remains on Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair

Boaters, anglers, cottagers and those who just loved the water can now have their ashes scattered in a formal service on Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair or the Detroit River. 573 more words

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Canadian Coast Guard rescues three from Lake St. Clair

Three American men were pulled out of Lake St. Clair Friday morning after their small boat capsized.

The Canadian Coast Guard used its rigid-hulled inflatable boat to rescue the men several kilometres from shore. 83 more words

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Planning a Trip to Tasmania

When I told people I was going to Tasmania, the statement was often met with confusion. Is that a country? Where is that? It’s in Australia?! 341 more words


Mt Olympus traverse

The Olympus Range is in central Tasmania in the southern end of the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park. It is the range that runs along the western shore of Lake St Clair and stands high above the surrounding plains and poses quite a challenge to approach. 48 more words

Crumbling Depression-era breakwall protecting East Riverside homes owned by city

A crumbling 1.5-kilometre breakwall built to employ Riverside men during the Great Depression is owned by the City of Windsor, much to the surprise of city officials concerned it could cost multimillions to replace or repair. 1,162 more words

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Photos: New $1.4M jetty taking shape in Belle River

LAKESHORE — Concrete is being poured as part of a $1.4-million project known as the Lakeview Park West Beach Jetty. The new structure — a 150-metre replacement of the existing 25-metre steel breakwall — will be roughly nine metres in width, separate boats and jet skis from swimmers and feature a walkway with seating for visitors to enjoy the Lake St. 44 more words

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Lake Ada to Lake St Clair

The Easter break had long been set aside to do an extended walk somewhere in Tas.  I was reasonably confident that my knee would hold up if managed correctly, and we’d considered doing the Southern Ranges weather permitting. 3,504 more words