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Saturday July 31st @ 9:30 AM sharp! at Bennett’s Barn

COVID-19 Protocols will be in place.

50% Capacity Limit – Social distancing required – masks must be worn inside at all times and hand sanitizer will be provided.

Attendees should be members! Download your 2021 Membership/Permit form here.

Names and phone numbers will be collected for contact tracing purposes.

Do not attend if you have any symptoms, have been asked to quarantine or isolate, or have travelled out of the country in the last 14 days.

No refreshments will be available this year due to COVID-19.


Elimination of Ontario Seasonal Rate Class for Electricity

Please join us in our opposition of the proposed change by signing and sending a letter to our local MPP. Printable sample letter



Download your 2021 Membership/Permit form here!
The 2021 Membership/permit purchase form is active. You may now pick out the permits you wish to buy for this year, and then pay for them on PayPal. Please report any difficulties to the Executive.

All residents and public at large, that use the docks, are strongly encouraged to purchase their membership, parking, lake access, and trailer parking permits to help support the Association. Your fees pay for dock purchases, upgrades, spring and fall maintenance and the cost of placing and removing the dam boom.
The Association also has yearly costs that benefit us all such as the Hobo Monitoring, Water Quality Testing and participation in the Lake Partner Programme, website, newsletter and bursaries
We are one Lake Wah-Wash-Kesh Community!




Lake Wah-Wash-Kesh Conservation Association Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Duncan Robertson and Mike Maceina

Open to any immediate family* of a current member of the Wah-Wash-Kesh Conservation Association.

The deadline for submission of applications is July 31st of the current year. Please submit the to the Association’s President.


Definition of “immediate family member”: spouse, child, stepchild, grandchild, parent, stepparent, grandparent, niece, nephew, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, including adoptive relationships.



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AGM – July 31, 2021 at 9:30 am at Bennett’s Barn pending COVID-19 restrictions. Cancellation will be posted on website if needed.

Any other ideas?- Please contact Lynn



New municipal news will be posted here. To view the archive of past notices click here.

Municipality of Whitestone Statutory Public Meeting pursuant to Section 34 of the Planning Act, on Thursday, August 19th, 2021.

  • Trailers on vacant lots – Currently the Municipality prohibits placement of trailers or motorhomes on existing vacant lots. Council is proposing to allow placement of trailers or motorhomes for up to 30 days at least once in every calendar year.
  • Building on vacant lots that do not front on waterfront or a year round road – Council is considering a new policy to allow for existing vacant lots to be eligible for a building permit.
  • For further information see Local Notices or email paula.macri@whitestone.ca



The general public is advised of water levels through the nbmca.ca website with the flood status icon and a link to information about current conditions. The conservation authority also circulates these messages to local media and social media, posting on Twitter (@theNBMCA), Instagram (nbmcainfo), and Facebook (theNBMCA).


Water Monitoring Station

The Lake Wahwashkesh monitoring station opens in new window provides real time streamed data on the lake’s water level and temperature. The monitor has been providing data to the MNR since 2008.


Who We Are:

The Lake Wah-Wash-Kesh Conservation Association is a not-for-profit association of cottagers and residents on or near Lake Wahwashkesh, Ontario, Canada who…

promote the conservation of the natural resources of Lake Wahwashkesh in the Township of McKenzie, in the District of Parry Sound and to protect and improve the natural environment of the Lake for the benefit of all users


protect and promote the property interests of landowners on Lake Wahwashkesh or located nearby.