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SNC Enters Twinning Agreement with Watershed-based Organizations from Quebec and France

South Nation Conservation (SNC) signs twinning charter with two watershed-based organizations, SMAGE des Gardons from France and l'Organisme de concertation pour l'eau des bassins versants de la rivière Nicolet (COPERNIC) in Quebec, as a cooperative approach for integrated water resource management. An agreement was in place between COPERNIC and SMAGE des Gardons to share expertise between the two watersheds and SNC was asked to join the partnership in 2014. Read more

SNC Extended Office Hours Returning May 19

Returning May 19, the South Nation Conservation (SNC) administration office in Finch will remain open Thursdays until 7 p.m. to provide clients seeking permits and approvals with an extended service option. For the past two years, extended office hours will continue beginning the May long-weekend until Thanksgiving. “With the greater demand for permits and approvals handled by SNC staff, in the spring, summer and early fall, the extended hours help provide residents with effective customer service” explained Carl Bickerdike, Acting Team Lead, Corporate Services. Read more

Groups from Scouts du Canada Plant 500 Trees in La Nation Municipality

On Saturday, May 7, 500 trees were planted on Municipal land, in partnership with La Nation Municipality and l ’Association des scouts du Canada. SNC partnered with Ontario Power Generation to fund this event. In 2016, La Nation Municipality committed to planting a 40 acre parcel of land over a 3 year period which will contribute to future wildlife habitat and increased forest cover. Read more

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