UPPER RIDEAU LAKE ASSOCIATION
Annual General meeting
July 7th. 2018, 10am
North Crosby Community Centre
8th. Concession/County Road 10
Ron Holman, Mayor, Township of Rideau Lakes
Robin Jones, Mayor of Westport
Joffre Cote, Management Biologist, OMNRF
Presentation on Defibrillators for Road Associations
9:30am – Coffee and muffins
10:00 am – Meeting
Noon – Hot dog BBQ (free)
Everyone welcome – Come and join us
2018 AGM AGENDA
2017 DRAFT AGM MINUTES
Lakes suffering from harmful algal blooms may not respond to reduced, or even discontinued, artificial nitrogen loading. Many blue-green algae responsible for algal blooms can fix atmospheric nitrogen dissolved in the water, and therefore water stewards should focus their efforts on removing phosphorus from lakes to combat algal blooms. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/12/171218120227.htm
There are two new FOCA offers available to members of the URLA
DockinaBox discount – FOCA members get a 10% discount on either a dock frame system, or a boat lift.
InvisiRail offer – FOCA members get a 7.5% discount on an InvisiRail glass rail system for your home or cottage.
We have a new web page with lot of information about our lake, activities around the lake and the latest news in our area. Visit it at urla.ca.
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This graphic is a profile (longsection) of the Rideau Canal, showing how the locks and dams regulate the water levels between Lake Ontario (at 74.0 metres above sea level), the summit at Upper Rideau Lake (at 124.65 metres above sea level) and the Ottawa River (at 40.8 metres above sea level).
The watershed divide is at Newboro (a bedrock ridge separating Upper Rideau Lake from Newboro Lake). Water from Upper Rideau Lake flows north to the Ottawa River, water from Newboro Lake flows south to Lake Ontario (Kingston) and to the St. Lawrence River (Gananoque).
While Upper Rideau Lake is the highest part of the Rideau Canal, it is not the top of the watershed. Water flows into Upper Rideau Lake from higher up on the Rideau River Watershed and water flows into Newboro Lake from higher up on the Cataraqui River Watershed. For a look at the watersheds and how they changed with the building of the Rideau Canal see the watersheds section of the Rideau Route
Ontario’s rural and northern residents contribute significantly to the economic well-being of this province and to the communities where they live.
Benefits of Membership You can help keep our lake beautiful and save money on exclusive member benefits