CORRECTIONS TO THE MAY NEWSLETTER
Nipissing / Veuve River Snowmobile Club is looking for a secretary, please contact Moïse Janveaux at 705 853-4756 or 705 698-4488
May is HD Awareness Month - Story was incomplete. The story is available on our website - Click Here
We will be re-running the story in the June Newsletter
We apologize for these errors
PROJECT PUBLIC NOTICE - CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Public Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 at the Municipal Office in Markstay
The Municipal Office will be closed on Wednesday, May 4th for Staff Training. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Canadian Firearm Safety and Hunter Education Course at the Sudbury East Community Health Center: May 13-15. Register by May 5th. See flyer for details.
Our Warren Arena was nominated for the KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE CONTEST
Visit the site and upload your comments and photos of why the Warren Arena should win
MONTHER'S DAY BRUNCH
Sunday, May 8th, 2016
St. Charles Community Center
Hosted by: Warren & District Lions Club
$15.00 advanced until April 29th, 2016 $18.00 at the door
Children 10 and under $7.50
Tickets available at:
St Charles Municipal Office Canadian Shield Consultant Sue LaCoste 705 923-2877
Nancy Feduck 705 853-4952 Stephanie Kutowy 705 867-2183
BRUNCH BUFFET MENU SERVED FROM 10 AM - 2 PM
Notice: There will be a public meeting to review a proposed by-law to alter maintenance levels on certain class 6 road, full details can be found by clicking here - April 11, 2016 at 7 pm upstairs at the Arena Hall.
TMW 2016-01 RFP - Consulting Engineering Services for Rehabilitation of Main Street Bridge, Village of Markstay - Click Here to View
Notice: Council will be considering a By-Law to amend By-Law 2001-02,
click here to view the proposed amending By-Law
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The Municipality of Markstay-Warren lies within the Sudbury East area, located along the Highway 17 corridor between the City of Greater Sudbury and the City of North Bay. It was created in 1999 through the amalgamation of the political townships of Hagar, and Ratter and Dunnet, the geographic township of Awrey, and portions of the geographic townships of Hawley, Street, Loughrin and Henry. The three major settlements within the Municipality are the village of Markstay, the village of Hagar, and the village of Warren