One of the snowmobilers was rescued by bystanders and then taken to hospital in serious condition by paramedics. After searching the lake for the day, Ontario Provincial Police confirmed Sunday evening that an underwater search team found the second snowmobiler deceased.
"Bobcaygeon" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.
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In 2011 the band performed their first-ever concert in Bobcaygeon, a town ordinarily too small to hold a concert by a major touring rock band; Toronto Star music critic Jason Anderson described their performance of the song at that concert as "a moment of Canuck-rock significance that's roughly equivalent to Roger Waters doing Pink Floyd's The Wall in Berlin." Following the band's announcement in 2016 that Downie had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, both the Toronto Star and Maclean's sent journalists to the town of Bobcaygeon to write about the residents' feelings about the song and the announcement.
Pop singer Damhnait Doyle covered the song on her 2007 album Lights Down Low.
We we not aware that if we had booked directly with the inn, we would have obtained a higher end room.
advised there were only two rooms available, hence we took what we thought was the only spot available.