Media Advisory - Ontario And Chippewas Of Kettle And Stony Point Host Signing Ceremony At Ipperwash Park



    TORONTO, May 27 /CNW/ - Aboriginal Affairs Minister Brad Duguid and
Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation Chief Elizabeth Cloud will
sign an agreement to transfer Ipperwash Provincial Park to the First Nation.

    
    Date:        Thursday, May 28, 2009

    Time:        9 a.m. Registration
                 10 a.m. Ceremonies

    Location:    Army Camp Road,
                 Ipperwash Provincial Park
                 Lambton Shores, ON

    Driving Directions:

    From Toronto area:
           -  Hwy 401 W toward London
           -  Hwy 402 toward Sarnia
           -  Exit 34 toward County Road-8/Lambton Road
           -  Turn RIGHT at Forest Road
           -  Continue on Main Street South
           -  Turn RIGHT at King Street East
           -  Slight LEFT at Rawlings Road
           -  Slight RIGHT at Lakeshore Road
           -  Turn LEFT at Army Camp Road
           -  Visitors will be met at the first RIGHT after Matheson Drive
              and directed through park

    From Sarnia:
           -  Take Hwy 402 toward London
           -  Take exit 34 for ON-21 toward County Road-8/Lambton Road
           -  Turn LEFT at Forest Road
           -  Continue on Main Street South
           -  Turn RIGHT at King Street East
           -  Slight LEFT at Rawlings Road
           -  Slight RIGHT at Lakeshore Road
           -  Turn LEFT at Army Camp Road
           -  Visitors will be met at the first RIGHT after Matheson Drive
              and directed through park
    

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For further information:

For further information: Scott Cavan, Minister's Office, (416) 314-7395;
Greg Flood, Communications Branch, (416) 314-9455

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