Oct 20th, 2014
Township election page Mayor – Scott Warnock – 705-534-3933 (Incumbent) ACCLAIMED Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deputy-Mayor – Bill Rawson – 705-534-3803 (Incumbent) ACCLAIMED Email: email@example.com Ward 1 – Nelson Baumgardner – 705-526-6334 (Incumbent) ...
Sep 16th, 2014
Midland Mirror TAY TOWNSHIP – Next month’s municipal election will be lacking in drama for residents of Tay Township. Scott Warnock, the incumbent mayor, and Bill Rawson, the deputy mayor, will both stand unopposed in the Oct. 27 vote. Read more ...
Apr 30th, 2014
Property values, impact on cattle among concerns raised By Jenni Dunning Midland Mirror TINY TOWNSHIP – Farmers in 15 massive tractors travelled up and down a Wyebridge road April 24 to protest a solar farm being built just metres away. The fields along Wood Road used to grow soybeans and oats, and ...
Apr 28th, 2014
By Brent Patterson Council of Canadians Tay is a township located in the southern Georgian Bay region of Ontario. On April 9, its 7-member municipal council voted for the township to become a blue community. The recommendation that went to council stated, “That the report dated March 19th, 2014...
Jan 8th, 2014
By Nikki Cole Midland Mirror PORT MCNICOLL – Gil Blutrich says he is prepared to walk away from Port McNicoll – taking a multimillion-dollar waterfront development and the SS Keewatin tourist attraction with him. “I am going to close the project down,” said the Skyline International Development Inc. ...
Apr 13th, 2013
Upset by approvals process, Skyline mulls taking historic steamship elsewhereBy Nikki Million-Cole Midland Mirror April 12 2013TAY TOWNSHIP – Less than 10 months after its heralded return to Port McNicoll, the SS Keewatin could be moving....
Nov 22nd, 2012
By GISELE WINTON SARVIS Midland Free Press November 21 2012TAY TOWNSHIP — The cheque is in the mail. So says Skyline Investment's chief executive officer Michael Sneyd, who appeared before Tay Township council on Nov. 14 regarding Skyline's outstanding balance with the township.“Our records show $43,...
Feb 10th, 2012
By Andrew Philips Barrie Advance Feb 08, 2012 Parents urge accommodation review committee to keep three Tay schools open Presenting economic, ecological and emotional arguments, worried Tay Township residents embraced one of their final chances Tuesday to try to keep their local schools open. Read m...
Jan 30th, 2012
By DOUGLAS GLYNN Midland Free Press January 26 2012 VICTORIA HARBOUR -A Waubaushene resident is challenging Tay Township’s new ward boundary bylaw. Read more ...
Jan 5th, 2012
Wants province to remove growth cap, interim settlement boundaries By DOUGLAS GLYNN Midland Free Press January 5 2012 VICTORIA HARBOUR -If there was a single word to describe Scott Warnock it might be pragmatic. Read more ...