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The Critter Queen Gets a Birthday Surprise

The Critter Queen Gets a Birthday Surprise

...Once Flexx arrived safely down to the lake, Dorii started the grand ceremony. She had Flexx transferred into her arms, and with utmost grace, softly tiptoed to the end of the dock. Dorii started whispering softly below her breath; a sound so quiet that only she and Flexx were privy to its melodic and entrancing rhythm. “Come my little leeches, come” she repeated methodically. Like the morning tide, Dorii’s words slowly started to gain energy and power, changing slowly from a whisper and growing eventually into a chant. All the campers joined in, encouraging the leeches to come gather so that Flexx could have the ultimate birthday surprise. As the chant gained power, the Laurel Creek water slowly transitioned from emerald green to a pure black color as the leaches congregated at the foot of the dock...

Waterfront Safety

Waterfront Safety

Playing in open water can be a great way to spend the summer. And in the Waterloo Region, we are very lucky to have tons of spots to enjoy the beautiful fresh water that runs through our Province. However, open water can be dangerous when the right precautions are not taken, so we would like to remind you of some of the essential safety measures to take when engaging in play around open water.