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Town News & Notices

Posted Thursday, July 09, 2020

A Special Meeting of Council is scheduled for
July 13, 2020
7:00 P.M.
Via Zoom Videoconferencing.
The purpose of the Special Meeting is to consider a by-law that would make mandatory the wearing of facemasks in indoor commercial establishments.  

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Posted Wednesday, July 08, 2020

RTO 12 (Explorers' Edge) are looking for local businesses to sign up and participate in the Cottage Country Spirit Local Travel Package voucher campaign to promote tourism in our own regional backyard. The program will provide incentives for permanent and seasonal household residents ONLY in the Explorers’ Edge catchment to book an experience (attractions, shops, restaurants, events) or overnight accommodation with you. Specifically, the incentive refers to 5 x $10 Experience...
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Posted Thursday, July 02, 2020

Please respond to an on-line survey  by July 14, 2020 on programs and services that you'd like to see in a West Parry Sound Area Recreation and Culture Centre.  Your feedback will help guide the Wellness Centre & Pool Citizens Advisory Committee's recommendations on features and amenities. Printed copies of the survey are also available in the newsletter box in front of the Town Office "old" entrance at 52 Seguin Street. Check out the Committee's  background...
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Posted Thursday, June 25, 2020

Starting July 3, 2020, the Town of Parry Sound will begin accepting rechargeable household batteries in addition to regular single-use batteries as part of the household hazardous waste recycling program. This is in accordance with the new Ontario provincial regulation for the proper end-of-life management of batteries which are considered household hazardous waste.
Regular household batteries should not be thrown in the garbage or into your regular recycling box due to their...

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