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  • COVID-19 Vaccination InformationCOVID-19 Vaccination Information
    COVID-19 Vaccination Information - Information on how to book an appointment, who is eligible, FAQs and a notification system you can sign up for. Click for details.
  • Media Release - Town of Midland ranked one of the Top 100 best communities in CanadaMedia Release - Town of Midland ranked one of the Top 100 best communities in Canada
    Media Release - Town of Midland ranked one of the Top 100 best communities in Canada. Click to read the full release.
  • Invasive Species ProgramInvasive Species Program
    Invasive Species Program - Learn more about invasive species in our region through a new project on EngagingMidland.ca. Click to learn more!
  • Public Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law AmendmentPublic Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law Amendment
    Public Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law Amendment for 8772 County Road 93. Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 7 p.m. Click to read the Public Notice for full details.
  • Wastewater Master Plan - Final Project Report is now available for reviewWastewater Master Plan - Final Project Report is now available for review
    Wastewater Master Plan - Final Project Report is now available for review. Click here for full details on EngagingMidland.ca
  • Open Air Burning Permits are currently suspendedOpen Air Burning Permits are currently suspended
    Open Air Burning Permits are currently suspended. If you choose to have a small fire, there are regulations you must follow. Click for full details.
  • Committee of Adjustment Public HearingCommittee of Adjustment Public Hearing
    Committee of Adjustment Public Hearing on Thursday, May 13 at 4:30 p.m. Click for details in the Notices of Public Hearings section on our Committee of Adjustment & Sign Variance page.
  • Join our Team!Join our Team!
    Join our Team! We have several permanent positions currently available. Click for more information and to apply!
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Invasives 101: A primer on Invasive Species<a href="https://fb.me/e/23QZkbjgO" target="_blank">Event Link</a>5/26/2021 11:00:00 PM5/27/2021 12:00:00 AMInvasives 101: A primer on Invasive SpeciesJoin us for a free educational webinar on invasive species hosted by the Southern Georgian Bay Chamber of Commerce and Severn Sound Environmental Association (SSEA). Invasive species are a threat to the environment and economy of local communities. This webinar will focus on learning about some of the most significant invaders in the Severn Sound/ southeastern Georgian Bay area and how you can help to fight against them.0Virtual Webinar on Facebook
Gutsy Walk for Crohn's and colitis<a href="https://gutsywalk.ca/Home.aspx" target="_blank">For more information & to register!</a>6/6/2021 12:00:00 AM6/6/2021 11:59:00 PMGutsy Walk for Crohn's and colitisOur annual Gutsy Walk for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada will take place on Sunday, June 6, 2021 all across the country. Due to ongoing uncertainty about in-person events, Gutsy Walk will not be gathering in any parks, sites or specific physical locations this year. Gutsy Walkers are encouraged to do the walk in their community, whether it be their neighbourhood or a local park while within their bubble, to showcase their support for people living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis all across the country. Gutsy Walk is a fun-filled, family-friendly, and non-competitive day to walk in support of those impacted by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. People typically walk 5KM, but any distance and any activity done in your community on the day of is just as important! Participants can walk any distance they’re comfortable with. Join a Walk near you! This is Canada’s largest community event for Crohn’s and colitis. Since 1996, Canadians from coast to coast have stepped out – rain or shine – in support of our cause. The Gutsy Walk has raised over $46 million for research and programs, all thanks to participants, donors, and sponsors who are driven to make a difference.0Virtual Event

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