News Government Invests Money Towards Dams in Haliburton County SHARE ON: Kaitlin Livingston, contributor, Thursday, Jun. 30th, 2016 Photo Credit: supplied Nearly $270 million will go towards improvements of the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site. In Minden Hills, Canning Lake Dam will undergo a major rehabilitation or replacement, The Horseshoe Lake dam will be replaced and the Twelve Mile Lake dam. In Haliburton Highlands, Elliot Falls Dam will be repaired or replaced, so will Esson Lake dam. In Algonquin Highlands, the dam at Kushog Lake will be renovated. In Dysart et al, Long Lake dam will be rebuilt or rehabilitated and so will the Red Pine. This comes after the Government of Canada announced they would invest money to ensure Canadians can continue to work and play on the waterway for generations to come.