The lighthouse with support banding and the remains of the lighthouse keeper's house

The lighthouse with support banding and the remains of the lighthouse keeper’s house on a bluebird summer’s day.           photo: Nick Brindisi

  • Ensuring that the heritage resources of the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse are protected through restoration and preservation of the lighthouse tower & keeper’s residence in a manner that respects their significant and irreplaceable historical legacy
  • Researching, acquiring and preserving property and documentary records pertaining to the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse and transportation on the Great Lakes generally, in recognition of their cultural & historical importance
  • Developing interpretive and educational programs, which further the understanding and appreciation of the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse’s contribution to Canada’s historic and cultural heritage
  • Operating the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse as a historic site to showcase the lighthouse’s valuable historic resources and to stimulate awareness, knowledge and appreciation of Canada’s marine heritage
  • Protecting the ecosystem that currently exists around the Nottawasaga Island Lighthouse by managing development of the site under a strict mandate of environmental conservation and sustainability