Delighted to report that instead of a lump of coal ( or salt ) , Father Christmas has delivered a very positive settlement between Save Picton Bay ( SPB ), Picton Terminals ( PT ) and Prince Edward County ( PEC ) ; as well as a clean SPB balance sheet going forward into 2020 […]
Steve, Phil and Brad, My wife and I have now settled in Prince Edward County and will now make Glenora Road our home. We purchased the property three years ago and have been working to build a new house ever since. At the time of purchase I was not aware of the situation at Picton […]
The Save Picton Bay (SPB) Board & Steering Committee thank you for your support over the course of the past three years which has led to the following achievements: – the original SPB mission: regulatory accountability for Picton Terminals (PT) , now happening – Ministry...
Save Picton Bay ( SPB ) is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a year end fundraising campaign that has been accelerated by matching commitments of donors who wish to remain anonymous.SPB is grateful for the financial support of people from every walk of life: – by cheque,...
RMC scientists using GPS drones to research water current flows in Picton Bay using GPS drones.
On October 26th, 2018, over 70 people came to the Waring House Hall for an update and fundraiser to pay legal fees incurred by our on-going challenge to stop illegal land use and pollution into Picton Bay.
Citizen’s group Save Picton Bay calls for public donations to continue water protection mission in Prince Edward County Concerned PEC residents aim to raise $100,000 to protect the environment and community TORONTO: September 4, 2018 – Citizen’s group Save Picton Bay announced the launch of a GoFundMe...
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This is the seventh in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case.
This is the sixth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. Exhibits 1 – 6 connected to the Picton Terminals planner affidavit (see post #2) are here: Affidavit-1-PT-planner-Exhibits-1-6.pdf
This is the fifth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The affidavit from the Chief of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte is here: Affidavit-1-Chief-Maracle-Mohawks.pdf
This is the fourth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Save Picton Bay planner responds to the Picton Terminals and PEC Municipality planner affidavits, here: Affidavit-2-SPB-planner-reply-to-PT-PEC.pdf
This is the third in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Prince Edward County Municipality planner affidavit is here: Affidavit-1-PEC-planner.pdf
This is the second in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Picton Terminal’s planner affidavit is here: Affidavit-1-PT-planner.pdf
A letter to the Editor,The Wellington Times, December 1, from David Sutherland. It’s posted here, with permission David-Sutherland-to-Wellington-Times.pdf
…”we can’t do everything at once.” No problem to load and unload large, profitable shiploads of road salt and other freight. But when it comes to taking proper care of Picton Bay and the surrounding environment, “We can’t do everything at once.”
After repeated infractions and provincial orders, Picton Terminals continues to wriggle. But now they face a new set of inquiring eyes, this time at Environment and Climate Change Canada, the federal agency responsible for enforcing the Fisheries Act.
A strong editorial in this week’s edition of The Wellington Times.
Following another major rain storm October 29-30, Global TV news interviewed three members of Save Picton Bay.
June 1/17 memo from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change reports: “The sampling results indicate that both soil and groundwater in the area of investigation are impacted by activities at the Picton Terminal property.”