High water closes Canoe Beach Cafe

The Cafe will reopen once the high water has receded.

The Canoe Beach Cafe is closed due to high water.

“Thanks everyone for a great start to the season so far. We will see you later in June where we will be bringing a special treat to Canoe Beach for the first time ever. Stay tuned.” said Cafe owner Jim Dunlop in a Facebook post.

In the post Dunlop said the cafe would reopen once the water has receded.

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