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The Lac Saint François Xavier Lake Association is dedicated to building a strong community in a safe and healthy environment on and around the lake.
This year we are scheduled to hold the Annual General Meeting of the Lake Association in person for the first time in three years – the last two were held electronically!
It is also the 2022-2023 annual Membership campaign. Click here for the attached membership document
In 2021 as part of this plan, 11 sites were tested, as compared to the 9 done in 2020. This was in addition to those usual tests for the two sites for RSVL. As before, tests were carried out for both Phosphorus and Nitrogen.
We are taking the Lac St. François-Xavier Environmental plan to the next level. It must be a more expansive view of how to keep ‘OUR’ lake healthy for ‘A’ future not just ‘The’ future.
We would like to thank everyone who took the time to respond to the survey and have a winter as good as COVID allows.
To all members of the Lake Association and all friends on the lake: Your executive of the Lake Association extends to all of you warm greetings for the holidays and all the best for the new year!
Our mandate is to preserve the integrity of the lake and keep it healthy and safe.
LSFX represents the people who live on the lake Lac Saint François Xavier in Quebec, whether seasonally or year-round.
The mission of the Lake Association is to preserve and enhance the quality of the environment around the lake for present and future generations.
At LSFX, we cherish tranquility, peace, and privacy. We are passionate about our water sports, hiking and biking.
The lake has been around for a very long time, and we will keep it going
The executive of the association speak for the members, we are their voices.
To ensure this lake still exists for kids of future generations to enjoy as we all have.
Lac Saint François Xavier will continue to be, with the help of everyone.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding the lake, the association, or any other general questions. We are here to provide information about the lake.