We acknowledge that Tiny Township is situated on the traditional land of the Anishinaabeg. We are dedicated to honouring Indigenous history, culture, and committed to moving forward in reconciliation, respect, and partnership, with all First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
We are a diverse group of grass roots organizations working to protect our water: FoTTSA, The Council of Canadians, AWARE Simcoe, Friends of the Waverley Uplands, the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition, neighbours of the Teedon Pit, and many individuals concerned about potential damage to the aquifer. The individuals below are available for press interviews and can also give presentations to meetings, Councils and informal groups as well as video presentations during Covid-19. Please contact us with any questions or for more information. Check out the articles that have already been written about our water. Follow us on social media and help us spread the word!
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- Sandy Agnew – AWARE Simcoe & President of the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition email@example.com
- Erin Archer – Friends of the Waverley Uplands firstname.lastname@example.org
- Judith Grant – past president of FoTTSA, CELA liaison email@example.com
- Kate Harries – journalist, AWARE Simcoe firstname.lastname@example.org
- Anne Ritchie-Nahuis – Friends of the Waverley Uplands, pit neighbour email@example.com
- Bonnie Pauze – Friends of the Waverley Uplands, pit neighbour firstname.lastname@example.org