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USE THEM OR LOSE THEM!

While the provincially funded mediation has ended without resolution, nothing has changed with regards to access and use of Tiny’s beaches. Please continue to use the beaches of Tiny Township just as you have for past generations, for sunbathing, recreation, walking, swimming, etc.

Death, taxes, and Tiny beaches, Editorial




The Attorney General of Ontario has in the past asked Tiny Council to take a leadership role in resolving the beach access issues in Tiny Township. Our Tiny Council members believe they have no authority to do so and that it is a Provincial matter. Our Governments are sitting idly by, while our rights to traditional use are being eroded.  If you experience problems using the beach, we are interested in hearing from you. Also please inform our Mayor Ray Millar and Council members as well as the Attorney General (addresses listed below) about your concerns. 

Please support Save the Beaches and PUBB (Preserving Use of Balm Beach) in their fundraising efforts to support a legal challenge regarding removal of the fence at Balm Beach.  For more information contact donna@savethebeaches.ca.

     Please respect others and the environment!


Documenting your family history regarding beach use is imperative – (please see Affadavits for further information).

Keep writing to our Goverment officials -- ask them to protect your interest...

The Honourable Chris Bentley,
 Ministry of the Attorney General
McMurtry-Scott Building
720 Bay Street, 11th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M7A 2S9

 

Mayor Ray Millar and
Members of Tiny Council,
Township of Tiny
130 Balm Beach Road West
RR#1, Perkinsfield, Ontario L0L 2J0

Phone: (705)526-4204 Fax: (705)526-2372
Website:
www.tiny.ca
 

SEE YOU AT THE BEACH!

     



 

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