Township of
Manitouwadge

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Drinking Water Advisory Notice for those on Sodium Restricted Diets

March 4, 2020 – Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Sampling of this drinking water supply has revealed the presence of sodium at a concentration of 42.2 parts per million. The aesthetic objective for sodium is 200 parts per million, however sodium at concentrations above 20 parts per million may be a concern to those on sodium restricted diets.

Those individuals on a sodium restricted diet are encouraged to seek an alternate approved source of drinking water.

Please see attached notice for more information.

Sodium Water Advisory March 2020

 

Drinking Water Advisory Notice

All persons consuming water from the Manitouwadge Drinking Water System

Please be advised that recent water samples have shown sodium levels to exceed 20 mg/l. This is a concern for people who are on a sodium restricted diet.

Please ensure that an alternative source of drinking water such as bottled water is available for those who are required to limit their sodium intake.

This advisory will remain in effect until test results indicate that sodium concentration levels fall below 20 mg/l.

For more information, please see poster below:

Sodium Water Advisory Feb 2020

 


Mayor’s Message

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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Public Notice - Landfill Closed

June 30, 2020
Please be advised the landfill site will be closed, July 1, 2020, for Canada Day. The landfill site will be open on its next regular day of Saturday.

Notice of Committee of Adjustment Decision & Notice of Last Day to Appeal

June 26, 2020
Please follow link to the Committee of Adjustment page to review the Committee’s decision, notice of last day to appeal and details on the appeal process. Committee of Adjustment

Barrick Hemlo Invests $260k to Support Local Businesses Through Dollar Vouchers and Small Business Micro Loan Program

June 22, 2020

Casual Labourer

June 19, 2020
Date of Posting:  June 19, 2020 Deadline to Submit: July 3, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Position: Casual Labourer Employer: Township of Manitouwadge – Public Works Department For complete details regarding qualifications and how to submit an application, please click on the link below: Casual Labourer
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