Latest update including information on:
- Green algae ‘blobs’
- Bulk tree & shrub orders for shorelines
- Septic Systems
The Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) in partnership with the Lifesaving Society Ontario has launched an online boating safety program with new boaters in mind — especially people who are new to Canada, who may be participating in recreational boating for the 1st time. (A study by the Lifesaving Society showed that 31% of new immigrants to Canada planned on participating in recreational boating during the summer months.) STARTBoating is a comprehensive program that utilizes a series of online, interactive videos which teach basic boating and skills to keep you safe on the water. It’s available in several languages: English, French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi and Tagalog.
Learn more by clicking the following link which takes you to the STARTBoating website:
For our members’ information:
Blue-green Algae can be harmful to both people and pets. Learn how to identify it, how to avoid it and what to do if you are exposed, by clicking the link below and reading up on this increasingly reported health hazard.
In another way to help make joining the Wolfe Lake Association or renewing your membership more convenient, we’ve provided our membership form here on the website [below] for printing. Are you a member or have you renewed your membership for the year? Please join us! 🙂
Paying your WLA membership has just gotten more convenient.
Our WLA Treasurer has created an e-mail account so that we can now accept bank e-transfers from any of our members &/or newsletter-magazine advertisers (in Canadian funds only).
The account/payee e-mail is:
Interac e-transfer is the terminology, and everyone’s bank should have that site.
To pay, simply go to your bank’s site, select Interac e-transfer; then add a transfer recipient/payee (TreasurerWLCA). Now you have a payee account set up (just like any other bill paid online). Simply follow your bank’s instructions, add the amount to be transferred, select the recipient and confirm. You can even print a copy for a receipt if desired.
Click on the following link for up-to-date fishing regulations relevant to Wolfe Lake:
** NOTE: Slot-size restriction for walleye (pickerel) is still in effect this year! **
Harvested walleye must be between 40-50 cm (15.7– 19.7 in)