Why are white lakes in Ontario disappearing?

By JOHN OTTNERSource NBC NewsPublished September 19, 2018 06:12:50The last white lakes have disappeared from Ontario and the northern part of the country.

The last big pine lakes disappeared more than 100 years ago.

There were once 4,000 lakes in the province, but they are now almost gone.

The White Lake was the last big lake that used to be in Ontario.

It was built in the early 20th century as part of a larger development project.

Its location on Lake Ontario, off the southern edge of the city, was decided by a decision made by the city council.

The lake was closed off in 1927, but the lake was never used for any recreational purposes.

It is now used by people from Ontario to camp, camp out and fish in.

The lake’s location in Lake Ontario was also decided by the council in a public meeting.

It had been planned as a fishing lake and later, as a resort lake, but after the council decided to close the lake, the city decided to build a new resort lake in the same area.

It’s called the White Lake Resort and Casino.

There is now a lot of activity going on in the area and the lake is filling up.

In the summer, there are more people than there are trees in the lake.

There are also a lot more visitors.

It has become a little bit of a resort.