Welcome to Manitouwadge, the “Friendly Community” located on Highway 614, 50 km off of Highway 17. Manitouwadge is situated atop the Canadian Shield and surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the boreal forest.
Manitouwadge is a vibrant community with many modern facilities such as a challenging 9-hole golf course, newer high school and hospital, curling, hockey, and an excellent downhill skiing facility. Our “step out your door” natural facilities provide the best fishing, canoeing, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobile/ATV trails in this area. Our local businesses and service providers are always willing to meet your needs, and their hospitality and customer service is second to none.
Mining was the primary reason our town was founded and it remains deeply rooted in our local history and economy. The forest industry is also one of the most valuable resources we have.
In short, whether you are seeking a wilderness adventure, a new place to call home or a relaxing stay in a tranquil environment, there is something for everyone in Manitouwadge.
On behalf of Council, welcome to Manitouwadge!
Mayor John MacEachern
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Please be advised that the Manitouwadge Community Clubhouse and the Municipal Golf Course will be closed on Saturday, June 22, 2019 for the Bed, Golf and Beyond Tournament. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please be advised that the Manitouwadge Community Clubhouse will be closed upstairs at 2:30pm on Saturday, June 15, 2019 due to a private function. Green fees, passes and golf carts can still be purchased downstairs in the club room until 8:00pm (cash only). We apologize for any inconvenience
Please find below, two draft by-laws completed by the Protective Services Department. We invite your questions and comments. Being a By-law to Regulate the Keeping of Animals and the Registration of Dogs and Cats within the Township of Manitouwadge – the “Animal Control By-law”. Animal Control By-law Animal Control By-law Comment Form Being a By-law
NWMO - Community Open House
The NWMO wants to hear from you! Learn more about:
- Potential borehole drilling
- Environmental baseline monitoring findings
- Development of joint values and principles to guide further partnership discussions between your community and NWMO