Highway 404 destroys archaeologically sensitive land without a proper survey. A possible record of our past has been destroyed. A first Nations monitor and several archaeologists should be hired immediately to protect the public's interest
Boats should not exceed 5mph. The wakes created by speeding boaters are destroying the Lower Landing historic site reported by the Ministry of Culture to be in the upper 5% of provincial and possibly national significance. The authorities should take action!!!
Canadian Heritage Landscapes members, Glen Penoyer, Willard Petersen, Troy Nayler and Mike Whitehead initiated a stage 2 survey of lot 118. This included sections of 26 acres of the former Flintny/Ladell section between Yonge Street and the East Holland River and the upper quarter section (20 acres) currently owned by Ontario Realty . Trails and survey areas were restored to their 2005 levels by Canadian Heritage Landscapes
CHL researcher Ken Carter provided a hand held magnetometer with a 7 inch depth range..