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Water Levels(Apr 23/19) Parks Canada in their conference call today with Tay Net members advises that approximately 26 mm of rain is expected on the Tay water shed from April 23 to April 27, most of which will fall in the next 24 hours. Bobs Lake water levels have continued to increase due to inflows from the recent rain. The very high water flow rate over the dam has not dropped. Today it is at 12.6 cms (cubic metres per second) with the historic average closer to 6.5 cms. PC has not changed the dam level for several days. The coming spike in water inflow to Bobs will add to this level. Flood conditions are possible.
Watershed Quality Report 2018 (Apr 11/19) The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has released its final report on the water quality in Bobs and Crow Lakes. Overall the news is good but there are emerging areas of concern if action is not taken soon. Go to Documents/Reports to see the full report.
Dam Update (Mar 24/19) Parks Canada says Phase 1 of the dam rebuild is complete. Phase 2 begins this Spring and includes completing the north wall of the dam, rehabilitating the stream bed, demolition of the old dam and restoring the site. Substantial completion of the dam is expected by Fall 2019. To see the entire PC presentation go to Documents and click on the March 5, 2019 Report.
New GBCLA Website The GBCLA has launched its brand new website. It is still a work in progress so test drive it and give us feedback on errors, omissions or extra features you would like to see added. Some new features include: an Events calendar, Cottager Resource Centre for cottage owners and guests, GBCLA Store for helpful products and a simplified menu structure to make navigating the site easy and intuitive.