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  • 2018 Election - Ballots have been Mailed

    2018 Election - Ballots have been Mailed

    On Thursday, September 20, 2018, Vote-by-Mail Ballot Kits were mailed to all eligible electors on the Voters’ List. See the Official Notice here.  For more information, visit our Vote-by-Mail page here.

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  • OPEN HOUSE - Fences Along Lake Front Properties

    OPEN HOUSE - Fences Along Lake Front Properties

    The Township of Wainfleet will host an open house regarding fences along lake front properties on Monday October 1, 2018.  For more information, please click here.  

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  • Regular Meeting of Council - Tuesday September 18, 2018

    Regular Meeting of Council - Tuesday September 18, 2018

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold their Regular Meeting of Council on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. Please click here to view the Agenda Package and here to view the live stream.

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  • 2019 Volunteer Firefighter recruitment is now open

    2019 Volunteer Firefighter recruitment is now open

    Wainfleet Fire and Emergency is now accepting resumes for volunteer firefighter positions.  The recruitment package is now available here or by picking up a copy at the Township Office.

    The volunteer firefighter application package is now available here and at the Township Office

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Community News

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week

Nov 04 2015

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Ontario's Culture Strategy

Nov 02 2015

The Ontario government is developing Ontario’s first culture strategy that will set out a vision for arts and culture in Ontario and identify priorities and actions to guide the government’s support for the sector in years to come.

On Thursday, September 24,the Ontario government launched province-wide public consultations – called ‘Culture Talks’ – to obtain input into the culture strategy.   This will be the first time there has been a provincial conversation with Ontarians on the value of arts and culture in their lives and communities.    Consultations will run until December 7, 2015.

Culture Talks will help:

  • establish what Ontarians value about arts and culture
  • identify opportunities to better meet the needs of the arts and culture sector
  • ensure that the government’s policies and programs reflect Ontario’s diverse populations and communities

How to participate

  • Discussion paper

Read the full discussion paper and share your comments.

  • Town halls – October to December

Attend one of the town halls.  Not your ‘average’ town halls, these events will include engaging activities and inspiring conversations with local arts and culture personalities.

  • Online discussion –  Ontario.ca/culturetalks

Join the conversation online, in real time.   You can share your thoughts about Ontario arts and culture, discuss with other participants and vote on their ideas.   The most popular ideas will be listed online.

The Ontario government is developing Ontario’s first culture strategy that will set out a vision for arts and culture in Ontario and identify priorities and actions to guide the government’s support for the sector in years to come.

On Thursday, September 24,the Ontario government launched province-wide public consultations – called ‘Culture Talks’ – to obtain input into the culture strategy.   This will be the first time there has been a provincial conversation with Ontarians on the value of arts and culture in their lives and communities.    Consultations will run until December 7, 2015.

Culture Talks will help us:

§  establish what Ontarians value about arts and culture

§  identify opportunities to better meet the needs of the arts and culture sector

§  ensure that the government’s policies and programs reflect Ontario’s diverse populations and communities

June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award for Voluntarism in Ontario

Nov 02 2015

The Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade has placed a call for nominations for the June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award for Voluntarism in Ontario.

Volunteers play a significant role in leading and supporting services in their communities; they lay the foundation for a strong and dynamic province. This award recognizes exceptional leadership, innovation and creativity in voluntarism and community service. Recipients of this award can include individual volunteers, volunteer groups, businesses and other organizations which have made outstanding contributions to their communities and the province.

Here is what you need to do to submit  a nomination for this award program:

  1. Visit www.ontario.ca/honoursandawards
  2. Click on the June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award icon.
  3. Download the appropriate PDF form.
  4. Read the eligibility criteria and instructions carefully.
  5. Fill out the form. then submit it no later than December 5, 2015. Instructions for submitting your package can be found on the website.

If you have any questions please contact the Ministry at 416-314-7526, toll free 1-877-832-8622 or TTY 416-327-2391.

Christmas in the Village

Oct 21 2015

 

Marshville's Christmas in the Village will be held on Sunday November 29th from 1-4 p.m.

For more information please visit http://www.marshvilleheritagefestival.com/christmas-in-the-village2/.

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off

Oct 14 2015

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When: October 24, 2015

Where: Wainfleet Arena

Time: 8:00 am to Noon

http://niagararegion.ca/waste/disposal/hhw/depots.aspx#Wainfleet