In total, police responded to 193 calls between the start of the festival on Thursday and its conclusion on Monday. These calls were for a variety of things, including alcohol and drug offences, as well as medical assistance.
OPP are also calling a traffic plan devised by Burl’s Creek a success – reporting no increase in the usual weekend commute in cottage country.
It will fall on bylaw enforcement officers with the Township of Oro-Medonte to determine if Burl’s Creek committed any infractions during the course of the festival.
That process is expected to take several weeks.
Source: CTV News