Ontario’s government is protecting what matters most by ensuring plants and animals at risk of disappearing from Ontario will endure through an improved provincial stewardship approach. Following the government’s 10-year review consultations this past winter of the province’s Endangered Species Act, the province is improving outcomes for species at risk by implementing recommendations received to modernize and improve the effectiveness of the act and improve outcomes for species at risk.
For information on the 10 Year Review of the Endangered Species Act and the Launching of 4.5 M Species at Risk Stewardship Program please select Ontario Species at Risk to redirect to the Ontario government website.
Based on all weather forecasts and OPP County Rd’s forecasts the municipality will be closing Town Hall, the Fire Department Office and the Bobcaygeon Transfer Station early at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
Mayor Janet Clarkson and Members of Council cordially invite you and your family to the Mayor’s Levee on New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Buckhorn Sports Pad, Buckhorn Cultural Centre, 1782 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn.
Hot Chocolate + Hot Dogs + Coffee
Meet your Mayor and Council members. Celebrate the New Year with your neighbours and meet with old friends and make some new. This is a family event for all ages.
There will be a free public skate at the outdoor Buckhorn Sports Pad. Please bring your own skates and helmets. We do have some skates available on site to use.
There will also be snowshoeing and winter baseball fun!