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Most of the security issues faced by residents at lake Bernard are similar to those everywhere, but because of the location of our lake in a natural environment removed from an urban center, and the fact that most of the properties are occupied only for a small portion of the time, certain security threats are elevated. This is why Neighbourhood Watch is so important and why we must take extra care in protecting our valuables. Thieves find unattended properties attractive, especially in less active times of the year such as the Spring, Fall and Winter.

A further deterrent to theft (not to mention a way of protecting our environment) is to keep our lake private -  there are no public boat access points on the lake.

Finally, our security extends to the wildlife that live around and among us. While most creatures are fairly benign, there are special precautions we need to take with respect to bears.

These and other related topics are covered in detail in this section of the web site.

For more information, see the following topics:


Weather Report

Want to know what kind of weather to expect at the lake? Click here to go to the nearest weather station.


Spring annual general meeting

Here is the agenda for the May 12, 2021 AGM.



The fall issue of the newsletter is available via the news section of our website.



The online membership survey is now closed and we thank everyone for their responses. In total, we have received 118 responses. Your feedback and ideas will help us map activities for the coming summer. To view the summary findings, please follow this link:
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Members Only

Minutes of the association's 2020 fall meeting and earlier meetings, as well as financial reports of the association are available on the Business page.

The 2020 membership roster is now available.


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