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26 Apr

Construction Progress Update on Revitalization at Brown’s Bay Beach

St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s Strategic Infrastructure Revitalization Plan in Full Swing at Its Oldest Park in Mallorytown, Ontario (L-R) Front of Yonge Township Mayor Roger Haley and Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark meet with St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Chair, Hon. Bob Runciman; SLPC CEO & General Manager, Hollee Kew; and local contractors at Brown’s Bay Beach to celebrate the progress of construction on the park’s multi-year revitalization project. Mallorytown, ON — Spring has come to St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s (SLPC) oldest park, Brown’s Bay Beach and…

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08 Nov
Green space with grass and trees overlooking body of water in the distance

Restoring Brown’s Bay Beach

Infrastructure Investments Will Optimize Guest Safety, Accessibility and Experience at Treasured Spot Along the Thousand Islands MORRISBURG, ONTARIO — St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) is pleased to announce that it is launching a multi-year project to restore its Brown’s Bay Beach site along the Thousand Islands Parkway in Mallorytown, Ontario. Work is currently underway preparing the site for key infrastructure upgrades such as new washrooms within a new canteen building, major reconstruction of a portion of the seawall that will also create an elevated beach, and a new and improved…

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