Frazier Bay - Landsdowne Channel - Killarney Bay - Collins Inlet - Mill Lake - Beaverstone Bay
We will once again have a virtual Annual General Meeting. Last year, due to COVID-19 travel and other restrictions, we gathered via Zoom with great success. Watch this space for further updates and a Save-the-Date for some time in the fall. A letter with details will be sent out to all paid Members.
On July 19, the Government of Canada issued a news release announcing an easing of border restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers. American citizens and permanent residents, starting August 9, who have been fully vaccinated 14 days prior to crossing into Canada will be allowed entry. All travelers will be required to submit travel information and proof of vaccination via ArriveCAN (app or web) and have paper documentation ready for possible inspection. Restrictions on travel from other countries may be lifted on September 7. For more details see the full News Release.
The NGBA logo was originally created from a drawing by Lorna Mierke (Beaverstone Bay) who took her inspiration from the windswept pines and granite rocks that characterize northern Georgian Bay. The image has been a feature on NGBA letterhead for years. We asked Andy Nairn (Beaverstone Bay), also an artist, to update Lorna’s work to help us create a new look for our website. The green-blue circle evokes the lands and waters of the region and represents the human and ecological communities the NGBA seeks to steward.