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General Discussion / Re: New restrictions
« Last post by Fisherman on Today at 10:04:38 am »
Whats with those onlookers anyway ? They're always around

They are like the rubber neckers when there's an accident on the highway.  Can't mind their own business.
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General Discussion / Re: New restrictions
« Last post by Sofakingfishy on Today at 09:41:49 am »
Whats with those onlookers anyway ? They're always around
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General Discussion / Re: New restrictions
« Last post by KWslammer on Today at 06:20:39 am »
It does get crowded in a real hurry at boat launches when someone screws up and forgets to put the plug in or the boat gets away on them.  I know this from personal experience.  Crowds of amused onlookers seem to come from nowhere ;D
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General Discussion / Re: New restrictions
« Last post by Louis on Yesterday at 09:55:57 pm »
Excuse is that people will create covid crowding at any launches that are open so have to close em all.  :'(
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Buy & Sell - Lost & Found / Re: 7.5 merc outboard stator
« Last post by smokeeter on Yesterday at 07:36:15 pm »
pm sent
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If you haven't already seen this from various posts on other sites here it goes once again:

(5) Section 37 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Marinas
37. (1) Marinas that meet the conditions set out in this section.

(2) Subject to subsection (4), only the following services may be provided:

1. Repairing or servicing boats or other watercraft.

2. Placing boats or other watercraft in the water to be secured to a dock until the marina is open to the public.

3. Any other services that may be required to,

i. enable individuals to access their place of residence or their other property,

ii. support government operations or services, or

iii. support the transportation of items by commercial barges.

(3) For greater certainty, the person who operates the marina shall not permit it to be used for recreational boating purposes except as described in paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection (2).

(4) For greater certainty, nothing in this Order precludes a person responsible for a marina that maintains docking facilities for members or patrons from operating a food or drink establishment on the premises, as long as section 6 is complied with.



Looks like there's no relief for some time. Municipalities closing public launches, marinas are prohibited to launch boats for recreational use, this means no matter what we each personally think about the COVID measures, the bottom line is we are going to wait for a while.
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Buy & Sell - Lost & Found / Re: 7.5 merc outboard stator
« Last post by BB on Yesterday at 05:12:41 pm »
was a guy in georgetown i think called statorkev give it a google...

https://www.statorkev.com/
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Buy & Sell - Lost & Found / Re: 7.5 merc outboard stator
« Last post by Fisherman on Yesterday at 04:56:57 pm »
#1, there's model number that help identifying parts and the actual year of the motor.  Then there's different part numbers for stators.  So ya look in GOOGLE and find this, and that's all I'm going to do, you do the rest.   https://www.ebay.ca/sch/Parts-Accessories/6028/i.html?_vxp=mtr&_nkw=mercury+7.5hp+stator&_fosrp=1
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Buy & Sell - Lost & Found / Re: 7.5 merc outboard stator
« Last post by IFIDA on Yesterday at 04:54:43 pm »
was a guy in georgetown i think called statorkev give it a google...
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General Discussion / Re: New restrictions
« Last post by porkpie on Yesterday at 04:32:59 pm »
Municipal boat launches weren't named this time either so that's directly on the municipalities, but they screwed over the marinas again.  It all comes down to weather the municipality considers the boat launch an outdoor recreational amenity.  Some clearly have and have closed their ramps. It's a real bummer.
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