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Veterans Memorial Banners

Veterans Memorial Banners The Township will be putting banners on 5 poles along the highway corridor. Along with regular seasonal banners we would like to support the Royal Canadian Legion – Espanola Branch 39 (see samples below). Last year they received sponsorship for 27 individual “Veterans’ Memorial Banners” for Espanola.

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From Soup to Tomatoes

NOW OFFERED 3 TIMES A WEEK!!!!! IT’S FUN, FREE & GOOD FOR YOU Thank you so much to Lynn Levert & Claire Dubreuilfor starting up this program again.  We really appreciate these “Community Ambassadors”. The classes are led (streamed) by a souper amazing instructor, Renée Desjardins, RN, BA, Certified Personal

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Provincial Fire Ban – Update

The Ontario Fire Ban will be officially lifted effective Saturday May 16th 12:01 am. Municipal rules still apply (Example: Small campfires only, fire must be attended until after dark, no large brush fires, etc.).  Please contact our Fire Chief, Bob Clement at 705-862-1017, to get more information on the specific

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Community Gardens – 2020

Great News Effective immediately, the Ontario government is allowing the use of allotment and community gardens across Ontario, provided that people practice physical distancing and do not gather in groups of more than five. Those taking part in community and public allotment gardens are required to follow the advice of

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WARNING – Bear spotted in several locations in McKerrow

WARNING – Bear spotted in several locations in McKerrow Put your garbage out on Wednesday morning – do not leave it out overnight. Thank you. Bears don’t practice physical distancing, so stay vigilant Spring is here and while many people are practicing physical distancing to help flatten the COVID-19 curve

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Neighbourhood Watch Window Identification Program

The Township of Baldwin has implemented a Neighbourhood Watch Window Identification Program This program will assist neighbours in watching out for each other.  Residents are asked to place the coloured sheet of paper that describes their situation in a window that is easily visible from the street.  Neighbours are asked

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