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January 26, 2022

Data shows that North Grenville is only second to Reykjavík, Iceland in the world for per capita outdoor recreation space.

NORTH GRENVILLE, ON - The Municipality of North Grenville has been awarded ISO 37120 Platinum Certification for 2021 by the World Council on City Data (WCCD). The certification was presented to Council virtually during the regular Council meeting on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

January 26, 2022

NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – At last night’s meeting, Council had the opportunity to review and adopt the Municipality of North Grenville’s 10-year Community Strategic Plan.

January 24, 2022

North Grenville, ON – Enbridge Gas is helping North Grenville Fire Service purchase firefighting training materials, through Safe Community Project Assist–a program with the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council that supplements existing training for Ontario volunteer and composite fire departments in the communities where Enbridge operates.

Public meeting concerning proposed Zoning By-Law Amendment Applications ZBA-22-21 (Townline Road) and ZBA-24-21 (2947 County Road 43).

NOTICE: Waste collection has been cancelled today due to weather conditions. All curbside pickup will be shifted by one day forward this week. (Same as weeks with a Monday Statuatory holiday).

January 7, 2021

North Grenville, ON - The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville will enter into an agreement with the Municipality of North Grenville to lease the building at 15 Water Street in Kemptville and build nine affordable housing units. 

January 7, 2022

NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – North Grenville has a new Acting Director of Finance/Treasurer.

December 16, 2021

NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – The Municipality of North Grenville is set to re-launch its accessible transit service for 2022.

“North Grenville is mandated to provide accessible transportation options for mobility impaired residents so that they can access businesses and services like most other residents in our community,” said Mayor Nancy Peckford.

December 15, 2021

Toronto - To protect Ontario’s progress in the fight against COVID-19 and safeguard the province’s hospitals and intensive care units (ICUs) in the face of the rapidly-spreading Omicron variant, the Ontario government is rapidly accelerating its booster dose rollout by expanding eligibility to all individuals aged 18 and over, as well as shortening the interval to three months following an individual’s second dose.

Starting Monday, December 20, 2021, individuals aged 18 and over will be eligible to schedule their booster dose appointment.

Read the full Media Release on the Ontario Government's website at:

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