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Notice of AGM
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Survey For Top of Superior Dive Strategy
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Happy New Year and Reminders for 2015
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SOS Gets New Training Committee Chair
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Canada's First Sculpture Park to be realized off of Centeen Park in Brockville, ON.
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Lockweld survey site
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January Meeting & Election-Toronto Chapter
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Call for Nominations for Awards 2014
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SOS Partners with 2G Robotics
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GREAT work! The P.B Locke, Port Hope, ON is moored.
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Toronto NAS Intro and Part 1 Info
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2013 AGM and Forum!
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Problems with Renewals
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"Lost Villages" presentation by Louis Helbig
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SOS Announces Resurrection of the Annual Forum
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Amnesty on river treasures – for now
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Anchors away for the new Brockville Marine Discovery Center now named The AquaTarium
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January 28, 2015 - 7:22pm
Robin Schavo wrote on Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall: Hi All, i know that a few of us on here wanted to know whats going on with the Kingston Marine Museum. Well here is a letter from my MP, Dear Robin, asked me to check with the Ministers office...
January 22, 2015 - 5:35am
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January 22, 2015 - 5:35am
Mike McAllister posted a link to Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall: The government is about sell the site of a vital collection that documents the history of sailing and shipping on the Great Lakes.
January 22, 2015 - 5:35am
Mike McAllister posted a link to Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall: The government is about sell the site of a vital collection that documents the history of sailing and shipping on the Great Lakes.

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