Tri Community Marina

Press Release!

At approximately 2pm April 14th 2010 at high tide all 5 Gates were opened, allowing the Salt water flow of the Petitcodiac River up stream and into the Fresh water Lake. As a result of this free flow of
salt water, human waste, Garbage from 3 former landfill sites, potential PCP's, toxic leach-aids, and tonnes of mud now also flow with it, Destroying a 23 KM fresh water Lake and environment. Government and those involved went ahead with
decision despite a court injunction scheduled for April 20th, and despite their own guidelines of the EIA impact assessment, not being met, as stated. In all this the River keepers alliance is stating to the media bodies that this is a great day for the Environment. Raffle tickets were even attempted to be sold on a bricklen Car, "which was another one of the provinces flops under the Hatfield government", said one by stander, watching the devastation unfold. When asked about the fish population concerns regarding the small mouth bass, it was simply stated that they were an unwanted fish, that they were introduced into the Lake, comments made were "who doesn't want them" stated one lake sport fisherman, for the 1000's of Bass, they will try to swim up stream where the habitat of food and abundance of water will not support them, then if they all haven't already gone out with the toxic tide, and salt water, to meet their death, they will die do to, over habitat. For the millions of fresh water mussels that were also totally forgotten about and ignored, they too will die. Loons a endangered bird species, residing on the lake with their young, will not survive in their new environment, the Eagles, osprey and other many types of birds, no longer have those unwanted bass to eat, nor will the many migratory birds that use the 23km area as their transition point and feeding grounds, on their last stop south. The above are those pesky land owners that are so negatively spoken of. As for the
Bay Of Fundy
being one of the seven Natural wonders of the world, one must wonder why? when dead fish and garbage all flow out the bay, destroying a fishery there as well, not to mention the livly hoods of many fishermen. Is not our Tax dollar supposed to preserve and protect this kind of thing from happening? Do we not elect our politicians for this? Instead we have True Environmental devastation, Rich lined pockets, and Politicians that care for the almighty vote, and subsequent sell off of the assets such as this Lake and NB Power, that they are elected to manage and protect.
Statements Made
Surf the river on the next tide, were waiting....
Marina in Dieppe, were waiting to see who dare boat.......
Blue tides, when ever were they blue????
Walk on the Backs of salmon......were waiting
Yes, these and more were all made, We question their Credentials for it.
Thanks for reading
So the in-stored Future Brings, well I found this great video of Pepper the dog pretty much explains it!

Lake Environmental Disaster Clock

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Press Release!

For all those whom support or have bought into the Loss of your Tri Communities

Fresh Water Lake, Please watch the following video, Near the end of the video will show

what has taken place the Last time this had been attempted.

Please send a quick email to this Guy asking him not to open these Gates

Help stop this Environmental Disaster


Hold Them accountable for their actions Always!

Tournament 2010

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Save the Lake Petitcodiac Fish

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      ** Notice **        
The Lake Petitcodiac Preservation Association Inc., (LAPPA) would like the general public to know that the MILLIONS of tax payer dollars spent to divert Jonathan Creek away from one of the former Moncton dumps along the Petitcodiac River may have been a waste of their money! 
The picture taken today (April 7th) from Assumption Blvd, Moncton, shows a new area along the creek where garbage is continuing to be exposed despite all the efforts to prevent this from happening!

This clearly demonstrates the unpredictable nature of the Petitcodiac River and how moving a river channel doesn't always cause the river to flow where you want it to. 
Proponents who support opening the causeway and moving the Petitcodiac River channel closer to this landfill should heed Mother Nature's warning!

YouTube Video

Events 2010

PicasaWeb Slideshow

11th Annual Bass Tournament Planned for Saturday July 17/2010 

 Bass Tournament Highlights  

2nd Annual Redneck Cardboard Boat Regatta planned for Sunday July 18/2010 Huge Success Last Year. Enter A Team. A day of great fun.

Redneck Regatta

Please Take a moment, to Sign a Petition to save Lake Petitcodiac, Don't allow Government and big business to distroy this 22km fresh water resourse and the Habitat that resides upon it.
Please Click here! 

About Lake petitcodiac

The human body requires a fresh supply of water every day. Not only is water one of the most abundant nutrients available, but it's also the most important. Water helps regulate and maintain your body temperature, transports nutrients and oxygen, removes waste products, and moistens your mouth, eyes, nose, hair, skin, joints, and digestive tract. Limiting your water intake can result in dehydration, elevated body temperature, fatigue, decreased performance, and increased risk of heat-related illness. Consume at least 10 (ten) eight-ounce (8 Oz.) glasses of water per day. Use the water calculator below to determine your suggested daily water intake based on your weight and activity level. NOTE: Remember that factors such as living in elevated temperatures, exposure to winter cold, fever, smoking, old age, caffeine consumption, and alcohol intake can increase water requirements.

Protecting Our Water - Watershed

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Good for you Florida!  for realizing the great assets you have...

Welcome to 

Lake Petitcodiac!

Tri Community Marina is the premiere luxury water sports area. Located in Atlantic Canada, along the Tri city Centers of Riverview, Moncton and Dieppe, The Tri Community Marina is uniquely situated in Riverview NB on Lake Petitcodiac along miles of protected waters. The elegance of this Lake that characterizes it so well, is that it is also home and haven to many species of wildlife, game, and fish, a well kept secret for those whom appreciate it to enjoy. 

Known for its casually elegant atmosphere, secluded areas with spectacular views, robust boating activities, the marina is a

favorite destination for couples, families and groups looking for a quick safe local getaway from the busy daily, often hectic lives and work schedules they live, truly a retreat where sailing, power boating, canoeing, swimming and relaxation are a way of life.

Green Tip of the Day

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