Knowing How Spring Weather Impacts Fish Key to Catching Them

Knowing How Spring Weather Impacts Fish Key to Catching Them

Fish – and walleye in particular – are from an evolutionary perspective, extremely lazy creatures. They live their lives trying to eat as much as possible, as efficiently as they can. They have evolved to expend as little energy as is necessary as they go about their regular routines so they can save valuable calories… Continue Reading Knowing How Spring Weather Impacts Fish Key to Catching Them

Artist Offers Bobs Lake Classes for Would-be Creatives

Artist Offers Bobs Lake Classes for Would-be Creatives

Life has changed a lot over the last few years for long-time Bobs Laker Naomi Levesque. Even before COVID, she had recently said goodbye to a 12-year career with the federal government and was beginning a creative journey of self-discovery. She worked in the heavily security-based environment of IT software awareness within Canada’s communication security establishment, but… Continue Reading Artist Offers Bobs Lake Classes for Would-be Creatives

Buck Lake’s Mining Era

Buck Lake’s Mining Era

Mica, Phosphate Plucked from ‘The Massasoggy’ to Scoffield Camp and Everywhere Between May 10 to 14 is National Mining Week and this industry continues to play a critical role in our national economy, while also enabling today’s modern, high-tech, low-carbon society (in addition to creating thousands of good- paying jobs from coast-to-coast-to-coast). Around our township there is a… Continue Reading Buck Lake’s Mining Era

Last Call Served at Verona’s MOM Restaurant

Last Call Served at Verona’s MOM Restaurant

After 40 years as a Verona institution, MOM Restaurant served up its final meals under the Doulas family’s watch on March 14, leaving a sizeable hole in many folk’s dining plans and hearts. As one of MOM’s secondgeneration family owners and chef, Gus Doulas has decided with his brothers/partners that it’s time to call it… Continue Reading Last Call Served at Verona’s MOM Restaurant

Symbology South Frontenac Style

Symbology South Frontenac Style

The creation of South Frontenac Township occurred with the official Order of Amalgamation which took effect on Jan. 1, 1998. The amalgamation combined the former Townships of Bedford, Loughborough, Portland and Storrington into the jurisdiction we enjoy today. Some 15 years later in 2013, the Township was officially granted its own Coat of Arms, a… Continue Reading Symbology South Frontenac Style

Go Heavy for Spring Crappie in 2021

Go Heavy for Spring Crappie in 2021

Eco-Friendly Tungsten Jigs Offer Precise Control, Compact Size When you think of all the harm lead can cause people and the environment, it’s a wonder we’re allowed to fish with it at all. Nowadays alternatives, like tungsten jigs, are finally emerging and they actually out fish their toxic counterparts in many situations, especially jigging for crappie.… Continue Reading Go Heavy for Spring Crappie in 2021

Meet Starlink: ‘The Future for Rural Internet’

Meet Starlink: ‘The Future for Rural Internet’

One-on-One with a Buck Lake Beta Tester Promising a gamechanger, Elon Musk’s SpaceX has started taking pre-orders in the South Frontenac area for its remote internet solution, Starlink. Judging by the buzz online, many residents and cottagers are clamouring to get their hands on a system, though delivery dates are currently pegged at mid-2021 or 2022. Not… Continue Reading Meet Starlink: ‘The Future for Rural Internet’