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Have Your Say In The Future Of Muskoka Lakes And Seguin!

Have Your Say In The Future Of Muskoka Lakes And Seguin!

We have a historic opportunity to put in place policies that will shape the future of our lakes.  Both Township of Muskoka Lakes (TML) and Seguin Township (Seguin) are re-writing their Official Plans.  These OPs will guide land use planning and development for the...

Have you had your say?

Have you had your say?

BE INSPIRED BY A FELLOW COTTAGER'S PASSIONATE LETTER TO TML COUNCIL The Minett Joint Policy Review Steering Committee (MJPRSC) has been tasked with making recommendations concerning appropriate development in Minett. The Township of Muskoka Lakes (TML) is holding a...

A Defining Moment for Muskoka

A Defining Moment for Muskoka

This special edition of Waves is focussed on three critical issues that will impact the health and character of Muskoka for a generation. Check out our calendar or the 'Events' section of our website for the most current info.

MUSKOKA LAKES CANADA DAY EVENT

MUSKOKA LAKES CANADA DAY EVENT

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT WILL GO TOWARDS ANDY’S HOUSE HOSPICE IN PORT CARLING AND FLOOD VICTIMS. For more information and sponsorship opportunities, click here.

Flood Recovery Information

Flood Recovery Information

Here is important information on remaining flood related hazards and assistance. For the latest information and additional resources, please visit the Township of Muskoka Lakes website here. Debris - Township officials are encouraging residents and contractors to...

Legacy Cottages

drone footage of former Lakeside Lodge property

The Legacy Cottage plan to build 43 residential lots on 470 feet of Lake Rosseau has been put on hold by the Township of Muskoka with an Interim Control By-Law until proper impact studies can be completed in Minett to assure no harm will come to the Muskoka Lakes. This fantastic outcome was the result of work done by the volunteers at Friends of Muskoka, partner associations across the Muskoka Lakes and concerned Muskoka residents. Well done!