The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

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Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority extends its heartfelt condolences to Roy Bridge’s family and his community.​

Newmarket – October 10, 2023 – Board members and staff of the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) express sincere condolences and sadness at the passing of former Innisfil Councillor Roy Bridge.“I understand from board members, past and present, that Councillor Bridge was a wonderful supporter of the work of the Conservation Authority,” said York Region Chairman and CEO and Chair of LSRCA, Wayne Emmerson. “A Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority board member from 1995 to 2006, Mr. Bridge was also Chair from 2001 to 2006. He was a champion for his local community as well as our watershed community and I know he will truly be missed.”  

“Roy Bridge brought a deep understanding of the environment to his role as a board member,” said Rob Baldwin, LSRCA’s Chief Administrative Officer. “Councillor Bridge was passionate and worked tirelessly on important issues that mattered to our watershed community. His passing is a true loss, and I know it will be felt by all who knew him.” 

The Board and the staff of the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority wish to offer their thoughts and prayers to Roy Bridge’s family, friends, and the Town of Innisfil community during this time.

​The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority’s mission is to collaborate to protect and restore the Lake Simcoe watershed with innovative research, policy, and action. 

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​Media Contact:Sinem Connor, Senior Communications Advisor

Mobile: 289-763-4507

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