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Swimming in Lake Ontario Park areas not recommended

July 29, 2016 –

Attention, Kingston swimmers: KFL&A Public Health has posted notices at Lake Ontario Park's boat-launch and cobble beaches indicating swimming in those areas is not recommended in those areas at this time. KFL&A Public Health will continue to monitor the conditions and updates will be provided when they become available. 

Watch the KFL&A Public Health Public Beach Listings webpage for updates: https://www.kflaph.ca/en/healthy-living/public-beach-listings.aspx.

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