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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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2012 Marine Heritage Award
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Mooring Buoy Expansion in Lake Erie!
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SOS Welcomes Barrie Chapter
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New SOS Website Launches
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August 28, 2014 - 5:46pm
George Kowalczuk posted a link to Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall: The Tiller Wreck in the Lake Ontario/St Catharines Ontario Depth 34 meters and water temp. 4C. With Steve Kim (6 likes)
August 27, 2014 - 7:21pm
George Kowalczuk posted a photo on Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall. (6 likes)
August 27, 2014 - 7:21pm
George Kowalczuk posted a photo on Save Ontario Shipwrecks's wall. (5 likes)
August 26, 2014 - 10:14pm
Using Wallflux.com you can access the RSS-feed of your Facebook group. This is the demonstration message at the Regular Wallflux Feed for a Facebook group ID. #68638569592.
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