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Mississauga army reservist missing after canoe capsizes in Algonquin

May 23, 2014
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Mississauga News

MISSISSAUGA — A Mississauga man and member of the Canadian Armed Forces is one of two people who vanished last week after their canoes capsized in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Police said they are still searching for 19-year-old Timothy Kolder, of Mississauga, and 21-year-old Jeremy Marrows, of Georgetown.

Kolder, a Cawthra Park Secondary School graduate, was accepted into the military as a reservist last December and was slated to take a tour of duty over the summer.

Kolder and Marrows went missing May 15 when their canoes capsized on Opeongo Lake, the largest lake in Algonquin.  A search for the missing canoeists was launched Friday by the OPP’s Killaloe Detachment. Members of the OPP’s emergency response team, marine units, aviation units, underwater search and recovery unit, along with Ontario’s  Ministry of Natural Resources, are helping with the search.

The families of the missing men have been notified, police said.

On his social media sites, Kolder noted wanted to become an OPP officer.



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