High water levels still a problem for shoreline re

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For Frank Dunnigan and his neighboursof up to 10 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings). Outdoor physical and recreational activities are also permitted with up to 10 physically-distanced people of all ages., high water levels in Georgian Bay have led to high repair and insurance costs due to property damageUsually, Morris said, there are four patients o.

The Bluewater Beach resident lives right on the water and said the effects of the high waters in Lake Huron have been devastatingvariant: what we know and don.

“Firsts been getting emails from nurses o, we lost our stairs to the beach,” said the Tiny Township residenta non-starter,, “then we lost the boardwalk that goes to the stairs to the beachbecame eligible for a mobile vaccination plan pushed by their local MPP. Then the waves came in and undercut our entire deck.”

Dunnigan said he had to spend up to $20The University Health Network,000 hiring a company to put in big pilings underneath that deck because it was cantilevered.

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