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Corporate Services Department

The Corporate Services department provides corporate, information and administrative services that support the other departments in the on-going operations of the Municipality. This includes information technology, communications, customer service and ensuring legislated and legal compliance..

In addition, the Clerk is responsible for a number of legislated duties including recording the minutes of all Council and Committee meetings, drafting by-laws, acting as local registrar for births and deaths, acting as Returning Officer for the municipal elections and various other duties as specified in the Line Fences Act, Drainage Act, Planning Act, Municipal Act and other pieces of legislation.

The Director of Corporate Services is Cahl Pominville.

The department also provides a number of important services to the public, which are highlighted below:

Marriage licences and ceremonies information

Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Requests

The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) provides individuals with two rights:

  • access to certain records under the custody and control of the Township; and
  • protection of personal information.

Requests for Information

Many of the Township’s records are available without making a formal request for information. Some records can be found on this website or are available by contacting the Municipal Office.

If a formal request is necessary, the first step is to fill out the request form. Be sure to include as many details and be as specific as possible about the information you would like to obtain.

Submit your request with the required $5.00 fee by mail or in person at the Municipal Office. Requests are generally processed within 30 days. We will contact you if clarification is necessary.

Lottery Licences

If you are an eligible charitable or religious organization, you may be able to raise funds through provincially or municipally licensed lottery events. The Alcohol & Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) administers the lottery licensing program in the province and municipalities and the AGCO are responsible for issuing licences to eligible organizations.

For more information on lottery licences, please visit the AGCO’s website or contact the Municipality at 613-258-9569.

For more information on any of these services, please contact the Clerk by email or phone at 613-258-9569 ext. 110.