Summer is here, seasonal residents are getting settled in and tourists are again visiting our Township.  As long as everybody respects physical distancing protocols and congregates only in small groups, there should be limited opportunity for the Covid-19 Virus to spread throughout our community. We need to remain vigilant and follow the guidelines government and health authorities have given us.

The Province has announced that the emergency declaration will remain in effect at least until July 12th.  Inside sit-down restaurant service and groups over ten are still prohibited except in special circumstances, such as religious services.

With the start of summer families are looking for things to do.  The Township does have beaches and water access points open.  Parks are open, but restrictions still prohibit play structure use and organized sporting events.

Canada day celebrations are going forward in a manner that is safe and respects provincial and health protocols. The event will be online via zoom. Please check the Township web site, Facebook page or call the office @ 613-628-2080 for details.  Family celebration packages (1 per family) are available free for pick up at the Township office starting today, they are loaded with fun stuff to celebrate Canada day.

Transfer site disposal fees return on Saturday June 27th $2.00 a bag (26”X36”) and $0.50 a grocery bag, please bring the correct change or your blue waste permit card with a bingo dauber or permanent marker.

Conditions are extremely dry so please check fire ratings daily before attempting to start any outdoor fires. Fireworks and small 2x2x2 campfires are permitted; large open fires are not permitted.

Canada Trivia Question of the day:  On January 19th, 1943, the Ottawa Civic Hospital became international territory to accommodate a royal birth.  Who was born and from what nation?

 

Andrew Sprunt
CAO/Clerk

Andrew Sprunt
CAO/Clerk


 Canada day family celebration packages (1 per family)

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