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August 15, 2018 - AGM (Annual General Meeting)  Wednesday November 14, 6:30PM - 9:00PM - Northern College, pub location September 11, 2018 - Council votes in favour of 3rd party sampling, not just surface, including shoreline clean-up and dredging. MRCA will also be directly involved. See council web-cast here. City considering enhanced water sampling on Porcupine Lake More info • Raw sewage being dumped into Porcupine Lake …. More info Raw sewage being dumped into Porcupine Lake …. More info August 13, 2018 - One trillion litres of sewage leaked into lakes and rivers over last five years … More Info  August 9, 2019 - Concerns over water quality at a Timmins lake … More Info,  Download PDF file August 8,2018 - Group aims to get more Timmins residents keen on knowing their environmental rights … More InfoJuly 26, 2018 - Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed Strategic Planning Session … More Info July 26, 2018 - Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed Strategic Planning Session …More Info CTV Northern Ontario (date unknown): Porcupine River A stretch of the Porcupine River In Timmins received some attention. CTV’s Joey Slattery reports. View video here
July 10, 2016 - Volunteers plant 2,000 saplings Timmins Press By Sarah Moore  … More Info The sunny weather on Sunday made for a perfect day to plant some trees along the Porcupine River in South Porcupine. The initiative was organized by the Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed and included volunteers, from left, Mackenzie Campsall, Brooke Kirley, Liah Shaw, Meaghan Stringer, Heidi Etzel and her five-year-old daughter Allie Etzel-Lizotte
June 21, 2015 - Volunteers beautify Porcupine River by planting trees and shrubs Timmins Press / By Sarah Moore Sunday More Info 2,000 shrubs and trees were planted along the Porcupine River on Highway 101 in South Porcupine and on Pearl Lake behind the McIntyre Arena in Schumacher thanks to the efforts of Meaghan Stringer, pictured, and other volunteers with the Friends of The Porcupine River Watershed. The event took place on Saturday afternoon where Stringer, who is also a youth steward ranger for the Ministry of Natural Resources, helped plant vegetation to increase biodiversity and repair damage that has been done along the watershed from mining and human activity