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Welcome!

WELCOME! This site is a resource for all Horseshoe and Virtue Lake residents.

The Horseshoe Lake Association is a resource and central communicator for many lake activities and initiatives. It is your voice to all levels of government and it provides a way for action to be taken on behalf of all, for the preservation and improvement of Horseshoe and Virtue Lakes.

 Annual General Meeting July 26, 2014

Plan to attend our Annual General Meeting on July 26th, from 10 A.M. until Noon at Humphrey Arena.

The agenda will include a call for directors, updates on activities, financial report and an invitation for Mayoral and Councillor candidates to speak. Coffee and doughnuts will be served.

HLA 2014 Spring Newsletter click here

HLA 2013 Fall Newsletter click here

New graphs and data on water levels from 1978-2013 – check under the Lake Stewardship, Water Levels and Quality menu

Click here to Read the HLA 2013 Spring Newsletter

Safe Quiet Lakes Association:

The Safe Quiet Lakes Association,  in late August, released the findings of the comprehensive Muskoka region lake activity survey conducted by ERIN Research Inc. The response to the survey was overwhelming and reconfirmed that Canadians are passionate about our lakes and lake activities; almost 2300 people participated and added over 130 pages of suggestions. The results of the survey are available at www.safequiet.ca.

Giant Hogweed:

For information on an invasive and dangerous plant that has been found in Seguin Township, please go to this link on the Seguin Township website: Giant Hogweed or if you think you have giant hogweed, you may call the Invasive Species Hotline at 1-800-553-7711 or online at http://www.invadingspecies.com. Be sure to take photos of what your suspect might be a giant hogweed but DO NOT TOUCH IT. The invasive species group can identify from the photo.

BILLBOARD Signage

Seguin Township is requesting help to reduce BILLBOARD SIGNAGE on our highways.

The acceleration of signs on highways in and near Seguin is not in line with the township’s ‘Environment FIrst’ position. You can help by confirming your support for Seguin by writing Eric Doidge, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, eric.doidge@ontario.ca.

 Why join the Horseshoe Lake Association?

We support all initiatives to protect, maintain and improve our beautiful lake.   We represent you when issues occur.  Join now and be part of the group whose motto is “For the Sake of the Lake”. Make sure our wonderful lakes are still wonderful for our grandchildren.  What does the HLA do for you?   Here are some of the issues we are concerned about and are monitoring on your behalf:
1. Did you know that Horseshoe Lake is classified “at development capacity” by the Township of Seguin?     
2. Did you know that that the Township and your Association constantly monitors water quality and lake suseptibility to invasive plant life?   
3. Did you know that we measure and have kept monthly water level data for the past 35 years?   

                                                 

                                                        

                                                                                                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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