Morewood Winter Carnival

Thank you to the Morewood RA, NDFS Station 1 and all the volunteers that made the Morewood Winter Carnival a huge success. It was a weekend full of fun winter activities that included a tug of war, log sawing, sledding and arts and crafts. 

 

   

YukYuk’s Live!

The Township of North Dundas will host Yuk Yuk’s stand-up comedy at the Joel Steele Community Hall on Saturday, March 21st in a 90-minute comedy performance.

Come enjoy a great night, with comedians Mike Dambra, Rachelle Elie and Ryan Dennee.

Must be 19 years or older to purchase tickets. Tickets will be sold for $25 each after taxes and are recommended to be purchased in advanced online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/yuk-yuks-stand-up-comedy-tickets-88704269859?aff=ebdssbdestsearch, over the phone at 613-774-2015 or at the Township of North Dundas Office.

Tickets will only be available at the door if tickets are not already sold out. The doors will open at 7:00pm and live performances start at 8:00pm.

Joel Steele Community Hall, 577 Main St, Winchester

The bar will be open throughout the event serving beverages and Triple B’s will also be onsite with delicious food.

For more information please contact Brandon Cousineau at 613-774-2105 or bcousineau@northdundas.com.

Are you prepared for winter?

Most Canadians do not realize that they have a responsibility for taking care of their basic needs of protecting life and property during the first 72 hours of an emergency.

Prepare now! Insure the well-being of you and your family by preparing a basic emergency survival kit for your home and car.

Visit www.redcross.ca/ready for more information.

Farm 911 The Emily Project

Farm accidents can occur in the most remote locations, making it difficult for first responders to easily locate the situation.

Following Emily Trudeau tragically passing away from a farming accident in 2014, let’s gets 911 signage at ALL entrances to vacant farming fields and properties.  Order yours today and you could save a life.

Farm blades are now 50% off at $37.50 for a limited time for vacant farm fields and properties.  This price includes installation.

Please note, initial signs must be installed by the Township.  To order a sign, a completed application is required.  Please  click here to download the form.  Forms are also available at the Township office.

For more information, please contact the Township at 613-774-2105.

 

Mayor’s Award

North Dundas Council honoured Shannon Horsburgh and Paul Simms as recipients of the newly instituted Mayor’s Award at the December 10th meeting of Council. Their actions speak to the compassion, selflessness and kindness that makes North Dundas a wonderful place to call home.  

    

 

Nelson LaPrade Centre Accessibility Improvements

The wooden ramp at the Nelson LaPrade Centre in Chesterville was just replaced by local Winchester carpenter Andrew Lamoureux Carpentry who did a wonderful job.

Other improvements include the replacement of the siding, installation of window & door trim and enhancement of the front pillars, all of which were completed by JH Carpentry Ltd. of Chesterville.

The Recreation & Culture Department staff also painted the lower section of the building and revamped the garden spaces.

Winter Parking Restrictions

In order to facilitate snow clearing on roads, parking is prohibited, pursuant to By-Law 25-2001, s.16.4, on all roads in North Dundas between 11:00pm to 7:00am until April 1st.

Vehicles parked on roadways during this time will be ticketed and should it be necessary to remove the vehicle, the owner will be charged with the cost of removal. This prohibition is in effect whether it is snowing or not.

The Township will not be liable for any damage done by road maintenance equipment to vehicles parked on Township roadways.

2019 Mayor’s Community Breakfast

Thank you to all who attended the Mayor’s Community Breakfast on November 15th. We hope that everyone met someone new today and learned new techniques to help yourself and your family manage the stresses of life.

A special thank you to Iron Forge Pizza for the delicious breakfast, to Kim Hellemans from Carleton University on presenting such an informative and valuable perspective on mental health as well to the North Dundas Chamber of Commerce for supporting the event.

For a copy of the presentation, CLICK HERE.      Stress, Coping & Resilience, Dr. Kim Hellemans