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Letter from the Mayor of Bancroft
Open Editorial Letter to Bancroft Times – June 2019
From Madeleine Marentette, Founder & President Grail Springs Retreat Centre for Wellbeing Inc – Bay Lake Road, Bancroft, Ontario Environmental Protection, Healthy Tourism Careers – Left in the Dust For 25 years Grail Springs Retreat Centre for Wellbeing has operated
Will your Favourite Bancroft Businesses Get Hurt by the Freymond/Fowler Quarry?
I don’t know about you, but after a solid bike ride with friends in the Bancroft area, there is nothing I love more than being able to drop into The Granite or the Bancroft Brewery. I know my bike will
How Much Noise from the Proposed Bancroft Quarry will Bother You?
The proposed Freymond-Fowler quarry has spent significant time assuring the public that blasting will only occur 3 to 5 times a year. This is supposed to make us feel better about the noise from blasting. But keep in mind that
Exactly HOW MANY Gravel Trucks per hour will be coming out of the proposed Freymond-Fowler Bancroft Quarry?
It’s Spring, and as per usual, the road at the corner of Bay Lake road and Hwy 62 is in rough shape. In fact, thanks to high traffic from transport and lumber trucks, that road junction is always in rough
How Far Away Do you Need to be Safe from Flyrock?
You’re going to watch this video and feel like nothing is happening and you are totally safe – but wait for it. Then I want you to imagine that camera was you driving in your car. For some reason, other
Caledon Quarry Economic Impact Study Show Net Economic Loss For All Communities In The Vicinity
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Why the proposed location of the quarry does not make sense from a scientific perspective
As a research scientist in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Toronto, I was surprised to learn of the location of Freymond’s proposed quarry site simply because it does not make sense from a hydrological, ecological or