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Posted Wednesday, July 11, 2018

MNRFgoodFeeding Wildlife Can Be Harmful Although people who feed wildlife usually have the best intentions, it almost always turns out badly for both humans and animals. Wildlife are normally wary of people, even in urban areas. This helps keep wild animals safe - they keep their distance from people and find natural food sources. When people intentionally feed them, wild animals often start to rely on people for food. They lose their natural fear of humans and pets, which can result in aggressive ...

Posted Monday, July 09, 2018

RFZgoodATTN: Restricted Fire Zone in effect for parts of Northeastern Ontario Due to the extreme fire hazard, several recent periods of heavy lightning and the large number of wildfires burning, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has declared a Restricted Fire Zone in some areas of Northeastern Ontario as of 12:01 a.m. July 7 (Restricted Fire Zones 18, 19, 20 and 21) outlined in the map below. The Restricted Fire Zone is in effect until further notice. Restricted Fire Zones help protect pu...

Posted Monday, June 25, 2018

Internet-1Media Release - June 20, 2018 - Northeast Superior Regional Broadband Network The Northeast Superior Regional Broadband Network (NSRBN) is focused on building a broadband network in every community to improve economic growth, resiliency and improved access to health and education services. The availability of adequate and affordable broadband for all citizens and stakeholders is important to the future of the entire region. As part of the NSRBN information gathering stage, we invite community...

Posted Friday, June 15, 2018

SkateboardATTENTION CHAPLEAU The Council of the Township of Chapleau would like to advise citizens that the By-law which prohibits skateboarding has been repealed. Skateboards, Roller Blades and non-motorized Scooters are permitted in all areas, except those areas identified in the below map. The prohibited areas include high traffic streets and sidewalks, such as Monk Street and portions of Pine and Birch Street, as well as the Monk Street Bridge, the Pedestrian Bridge, the Civic Centre and the Wat...

Posted Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Poop and ScoopThe Council of Township of Chapleau is looking for the co-operation of all dog owners who missed the previous insert and wishes to remind them that By-Law 97-36 to control dogs, contains the following regulations: Keep your dog tied or fenced at all times, walk your dog on a leash not longer than three feet. Every person shall register his dog (s) (maximum 2 per premise) in the Township of Chapleau. Please clean up after your dog. Dog waste does not biodegrade like wild animal waste. It stick...

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