Great News!!

Pat Anstett
June 27, 2018

June 26, 2018 - Collingwood, Ontario

For Immediate Release:

The Nottawasaga Lighthouse Preservation Society (NLPS) is pleased to announce that notice has been received from the Canadian government that will allow both parties to move forward with steps facilitating transfer of ownership of the lighthouse property from the government to the NLPS.

NLPS Board member and government liaison Robert Square received confirmation on Friday June 22nd from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans confirming that a required Indigenous land claim study is nearing conclusion paving the way for the next steps in ownership transfer to commence.  Mr. Square stated: '"The intent of these investigations is to determine whether any claims exist as the result of pre-existing treaties or agreements made between the government and other parties many of which were entered into from 1871 to 1921."

Rich Crouch, NLPS Chairman commented: "As a real estate Broker, this has been one of the most interesting and lengthy real estate transactions I have been a part of involving a 160 year old structure and multiple levels of government. While land registry records show the property is owned by HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA, various departments within the Canadian government are involved with the property's disposition.

About the Nottawasaga Lighthouse Preservation Society:

The NLPS was incorporated and received charitable status in 2015 to ensure that the heritage resources of the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse are protected through restoration and preservation of the lighthouse & keeper’s residence in a manner that respects their significant and irreplaceable historical legacy. The Nottawasaga Lighthouse is one of six “Imperial Towers” constructed around Lake Huron and Georgian Bay in 1855-1858.

Rick Crouch, NLPS Chair, Robert Square, NLPS Board Member/Government Liaison

COLLECTOR’S EDITION Hardcover Book $99.00

Pat Anstett
May 9, 2018

Purchase this beautiful book

$19 from every sale goes toward the restoration of the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse

Pat Anstett
May 8, 2018

A portion of the proceeds of this concert will go to the NLPS!!

Get your TICKETS now!

Thank you to Collingwood Century Classics

Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back WINNER

Pat Anstett
April 9, 2018

Thank you to Nottawasaga Mechanical for giving back to the community.

NLPS was recently selected along with four other great local organizations to receive $1000.
Thank you to all who voted daily. Without your support in participation this would not have been possible!

Leishman Pottery/Christie’s Clothing

nlps
November 20, 2017

These beautiful pieces from Leishman Pottery are available now at Christie's Clothing for Men, Women & Children. They are a fine collaboration of talents. Leishmans produced the pieces using the design from Collingwood Web Design and Loose Goose Canada and Christie's co-ordinated the effort. Thanks to all involved. The NLPS will receive $$ from each sale.

 

Collingwood Whiskey

Pat Anstett
November 15, 2017

Once again Collingwood Whiskylicious was a tremendous success!

NLPS really appreciates all the time & team of people along with sponsors involved in making this happen !

A substantial sum of money was raised and donated to help with the restoration of our Lighthouse! Thank you!

 

The Huron Club – Thank You!

Pat Anstett
November 9, 2017

Thank You ! The Huron Club donated a portion of sales of Whiskey drinks & dishes during Collingwood Whiskylicious 🥃

A $500 cheque was presented to Nottawasaga Lighthouse Preservation Society.
Eat, Drink & save a local treasure !
#TheHuronClub #NottawasagaLighthousePreservationSociety
#Collingwood

Pat Anstett
September 8, 2017

The Board of Directors of the NLPS is seen here with Eha Kajak who has made a generous donation in honour of her late husband, Rupert Bronsdon, developer and founder of Lighthouse Point and Rupert’s Landing. The donation will be used for the restoration of the lantern room. Thank you Eha! Thanks also to Sherry Budovitch Rioux for the photo. It was good seeing you both at our barbecue.