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Posted Friday, September 21, 2018

ALMAGUIN HIGHLANDS, ON – The Health Unit would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae or pond scum, has been found in the western part of Deer Lake. To view the sample location of the harmful algae bloom, visit the Health Unit website. Species of the algae capable of producing toxins were confirmed by the laboratory of the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks.  The... Read More...

Posted Wednesday, September 19, 2018

NIPISSING DISTRICT, ON – The Health Unit would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae or pond scum, has been found in the southern part of Tilden Lake. To view the sample location of the harmful algae bloom, visit the Health Unit website. Species of the algae capable of producing toxins were... Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 18, 2018

TOWNSHIP OF SEGUIN, ON – The Health Unit would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae or pond scum, has been found in the northern part of Roberts Lake. To view the sample location of the harmful algae bloom, visit the Health Unit website. Species of the algae capable of producing toxins... Read More...

Posted Wednesday, September 12, 2018

BONFIELD, ON – The Health Unit would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae or pond scum, has been found in Lake Talon. Species of the algae capable of producing toxins were confirmed by the laboratory of the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks.  The toxins in harmful algae can irritate the skin and, if swallowed, cause diarrhea and vomiting.
Residents of Lake Talon may be affected depending on their closeness...
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Posted Thursday, September 06, 2018

TOWNSHIP OF STRONG – The Health Unit would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae or pond scum, has been found in the northwest part of Lake Bernard. Species of the algae capable of producing toxins were confirmed by the laboratory of the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks.  The toxins in harmful algae can irritate the skin and, if swallowed, cause diarrhea and vomiting.
Residents of Lake Bernard may be...
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