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Posted Wednesday, January 20, 2021

VPRPUBLIC NOTICE Vulnerable Persons Registry (VPR) The Township of Chapleau is pleased to announce a new and exciting service available to the residents of Chapleau - the Vulnerable Person’s Registry (VPR). The VPR is a free and confidential service aimed at improving safety of vulnerable persons during emergencies and disasters. The registry is secure and will provide key information to local Emergency Management Coordinators. This will ensure that you receive communication directly from t...

Posted Wednesday, January 13, 2021

winterCarnivalFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chapleau “Taste of the North” Winter Carnival January 13th, 2021 - Chapleau, ON - The Township of Chapleau regrets to advise the community that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the additional safety protocols that have been implemented based on Public Health Guidelines for COVID-19, the annual Chapleau “Taste of the North” Winter Carnival has been cancelled for 2021. This decision is unfortunate but was made with the community's safety in ...

Posted Wednesday, December 23, 2020

ice skatesPublic Notice Arena Closure In accordance with the provincewide COVID-19 shutdown, please be advised that the Chapleau Recreation Centre will be closed as follows: 12 noon on Thursday, December 24th (Christmas Eve Day) until 3 p.m. Monday, January 11th. Updates will be provided if those plans change. Thank you ************************* Avis public Conformément au confinement du COVID-19 à l'échelle de la province, s.v.p., soyez avisé que le centre récr...

Posted Wednesday, December 23, 2020

christmasCELEBRATE WITH MORE JOY 2020 is a unique and historical year with several lessons for all: we are not invincible and our lifestyle can change overnight. We could even say that we have experienced a moment of humbleness when faced with the pandemic. Our community must acknowledge our good fortune since March: the town has not had any Covid outbreaks and our economic picture is equal to or better than most in the province. We may feel hemmed in by social restrictions and the endless repetition of...

Posted Thursday, December 17, 2020

News Feed TemplateNotice of Parking and Traffic By-Law The Township of Chapleau's Parking and Traffic regulations help to ensure the safety of our roadways and walkways. By-Law 2020-52 has been enacted to update and consolidate municipal traffic regulations, a copy of which can be found online at www.chapleau.ca. Key By-Law Revisions: Time Limit: On-street parking in the Downtown Core (Birch, Beech, Lorne and Young) is limited to 2 hours and new signs will be posted early in the New Year with enforcement to ...

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