WORKERS NEEDED FOR THE UPCOMING FEDERAL ELECTION
Temporary Road Closure
Council Seat Declared Vacant
Council has regretfully accepted the resignation of Councillor David Amadio. As such, this seat has been declared vacant.
TOWNSHIP OF PRINCE NOTICE COUNCIL MEMBER VACANCY
TAKE NOTICE that the Township of Prince Council has declared the office of a member of council to be vacant. The Municipal Act permits the vacancy to be filled by appointing a person who has consented to accept the office if appointed or by requiring a by-election.
The Township of Prince Council will accept applications of intent together with a resume from interested persons to fill the vacant Council seat. The applications and resume must be submitted to the Township of Prince Municipal Office at the address specified below or by e-mail no later than Friday, September 3, 2021, at 3 p.m.
Although it is the responsibility of the individual to determine whether he or she is qualified to hold office, generally speaking the individual must be:
• A resident in the municipality or is the owner or tenant of land, or the spouse of such owner or tenant;
• A Canadian citizen;
• At least 18 years old;
• Not disqualified by any legislation from holding municipal office.
Council meetings are normally held the 2nd Tuesday night of each month beginning at 6:45 p.m. Most special meetings, including budget and committee meetings, are also held in the evening. If you require further details, please contact the undersigned.
Township of Prince
3042 Second Line West
Prince Township, ON P6A 6K4
705-779-2992 ext. 2
Michael Mantha - MPP Constituency Clinics
MPP Michael Mantha will be hosting an MPP Constituency Clinic in the Prince Township Council Chambers on Friday, August 27, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to
As per the attached poster, the meetings are by appointment only!
All appointments must be booked through the constituency office. Please do not call the municipal office to book your appointment.
The number is 705-461-9710 or toll free at: 1-800-831-1899.
Algoma Public Health Announcement
Be fully vaccinated by the start of the new school year
With only 6 weeks left until the start of the new school year, now is the time to put immunization against COVID-19 at the top of your summer to-do list.
Parents, teachers and students aged 12 and up who still need their first dose of vaccine still have time to get their 1st and 2nd dose and be fully immunized before the start of the school year. You need to wait 28 days between your 1st and 2nd dose.
Students attending college or university in the fall should also check if their post-secondary institutions have any immunization policies or requirements.
Over 10,000 new appointments have now been added to clinics at the GFL Memorial Gardens throughout the month of August. These clinics are for 1st or 2nd dose appointments.
To make an appointment and to see the full list of clinic dates, visit our booking site or call 705-541-7370 or Toll Free 1-888-440-3730.
For a listing of clinics in the Algoma district region, visit our website. You can also get your vaccination at participating pharmacies.
Individuals who had their 1st dose at GFL Memorial Gardens
A reminder that if you received your first dose at the GFL Memorial Gardens after May 1, we will no longer be sending emails or calling you directly to book your 2nd dose appointment. With a healthy inventory of vaccine, you can now book into one of the clinics being added in July and August. You do not need to wait for a specific appointment.
Received your immunization out of province?
If you received your immunization out of province, you can have your vaccination entered into the Ontario database by calling 705-942-4646 ext. 3297.
Fire permit forms HERE
Roadmap: Step 3
We are in Step 3 of the new reopening Roadmap as of July 16.
Restaurants and bars:
Sports, Recreational fitness facilities and Personal training:
Tip to Reduce Problem Bears
Garbage, outdoor grills, and bird feed commonly attract bears. Minimize your chances of attracting bears by:
Often a bear is just passing through, and if it does not find a food source it will simply move on.
For more information visit: www.ontario.ca/bearwise
Prince Twp. Library Hours
Prince Township has a well stocked library with a huge assortment of rich literature including children's books, novels, nonfiction reference books and much much more.
Monday: 2:30pm - 8pm
Tuesday - Friday: 9am-3:30pm
Someone will get back to you as soon as possible with your pickup details.
"There is not such a cradle of democracy upon the earth as the Free Public Library, this republic of letters, where neither rank, office, nor wealth receives the slightest consideration. " - Andrew Carnegie
EarlyON Center Hours
EarlyON centers offer free drop-in programs for caregivers and children from birth to 6 years old. You can learn and play with your child, meet people, or get advice.
Open: Visit the facebook page for details
Pre-registration is required at www.keyon.ca
Social distancing is in effect
Hours are subject to change with little notice. Check our facebook page: EarlyOn Child and Family Centre "Prince Township"
Please note that socks or indoor shoes are required while visiting. The centre also is a PEANUT FREE ZONE. For the safety of children who have life-threatening peanut allergies, please do not bring peanuts or nut products into the centre. Thank you.