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TL;DR no sky/Chinese lanterns, no fireworks except long weekends, no daytime burning. For more information, visit the Dysart website.
West Bay Landfill Information
5409 Haliburton Lake Rd, Eagle Lake, Ontario, K0M 1M0
Summer Hours (May 1 – Sept 30)
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: Closed
Wednesday & Saturday: 10am-5pm
Sunday & Holiday Mondays: 10am-6pm
Winter Hours (Oct 1 – April 30)
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: Closed
Tues & Thurs: 9am-2pm
Sunday & Holiday Mondays: noon-5pm
History of Percy Lake
In the early 1800’s, Percy Lake was one of many, many lakes in “Upper Canada” or “Canada West” that was known as Pine Lake.
In 1859, the Crown Lands Department in Canada advertised a block of land for sale in the District of Haliburton. The purpose for the sale of the land was to promote rapid settlement of the newly created townships in the District through private enterprise. The townships included in the sale were Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Gilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre, Clyde, and Langford.
In 1861, the land was purchased by a group of English gentlemen, headed by the Honourable Mr. Justice T.C. Haliburton, and the Canada Land and Emigration Company Limited was formed under the laws of Great Britain in 1862. Percy Lake, as well as Kingscote Lake and Farquhar Lake, were named after principles in the company (reference: Early Days in Haliburton by H.R. Cummings). Continue Reading…
Percy Lake Fish
Information from wofgpa.org. Read more about 2019 fishing season limits.
Environment Canada Weather Office
Coalition for Equitable Water Flow
Ontario Hydro Storm Centre / Outages
Google Maps - Haliburton
Haliburton County Tourism Activities
Haliburton County GIS System
Municipality of Dysart Et Al
Crown Land Work Permits, Ontario MNRF
Haliburton Highlands Land Trust
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