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Posted Monday, May 25, 2020

New Image Municipal ServiceUpdated May 25th, 2020 Included below is a list of Township services and the impact on these services as a result of measures related to COVID-19. This page will be updated as the situation evolves. Please be reminded to stay at home unless it is essential to be out. Clean and disinfect high touch areas regularly and wash your hands frequently. When out of your home please be reminded to maintain at least two metres (six feet) from others. AIRPORT The Chapleau Airport Terminal will be te...

Posted Wednesday, May 20, 2020

government-of-the-province-of-ontario-canada-squarelogo-1459948958418PUBLIC NOTICE May 20, 2020Following the Province of Ontario’s Framework for Reopening the Province, the government is permitting the reopening of some outdoor recreational amenities, including outdoor sports facilities and multi-use fields, off-leash dog areas and outdoor picnic sites, benches and shelters in park and recreational areas. The Township of Chapleau wishes to advise the community that the Waterfront and Peace Park will be opened to the public. The Splash Pad and Playground...

Posted Friday, May 01, 2020

COVID-19 Resource LinksServices de santé de Chapleau Health Services Public Health Sudbury & Districts Government of Canada Goverment of Ontario

Posted Wednesday, April 29, 2020

canadaDayCanada Day Activities As a result of concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, the Township of Chapleau has cancelled all Canada Day activities for 2020. In accordance with the below statement from the federal Heritage Minister, Canada Day celebrations will be hosted virtually this year. Statement OTTAWA, April 17, 2020 In light of the current and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the world, our government has decided to celebrate Canada Day differently this year, in a way tha...

Posted Monday, April 20, 2020

don't flush MEDIA RELEASE Date: April 20, 2020 For Immediate Release A reminder to be careful what you flush Wet wipes, paper towels and facial tissues can clog pipes. We recognize that many residents may be increasing their use of disinfectant wipes, paper towels and facial tissues in response to COVID-19. We would like to remind residents not to flush wet wipes of any kind. Despite what some packaging says, wipes are not flushable. Paper towels, facial tissues and feminine hygiene ...

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