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Aug 19th, 2022
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Tiny Township resident Tony Mintoff is running for mayor. | Supplied photo From MidlandToday, August 18, 2022 By Derek Howard A former Tiny Township councillor, who abruptly resigned in September of 2021, has decided to jump back into the political arena and is seeking to become the municipality̵...
Aug 16th, 2022
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Members of the Chigamik Hand Drum Circle at the UNESCO Geopark meeting, in front of panelists Tony Pigott, Jack Contin, Nick Eyles and Kirsten Kennedy. – AWARE Simcoe photo UNESCO designation may be a slam dunk, but controversial developments won’t be affected By Kate Harries AWARE News Network...
Aug 16th, 2022
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Project proponent Frank Morneau (bottom row, right, under name Connor Houston) addresses Tiny council to request support for a minister zoning order (MZO), which would bypass normal planning act procedure to build a multi-million dollar golf course expansion in a greenbelt zone. | Tiny Township Morne...
Jul 28th, 2022
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Elmvale Flow From the Tiny Cottager, July 28, 2022 The Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations (FoTTSA) has negotiated a settlement of FoTTSA’s appeal of the 2021 Permit to Take Water issued by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) to the owners of the Teedon Pit, ...
Jul 25th, 2022
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 A slide displaying E. coli levels in the Township of Georgian Bay was provided to Tiny committee of the whole recently, presented by the Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation who are undertaking DNA testing to determine if the source is human or animal in origin. | Tiny Township From BarrieToday, July...
Jul 20th, 2022
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“Phrag Free” Tiny Marsh Program: Year 2 This is M-T-M Conservation Association’s second year of a three-year program to control the presence and spread of the invasive plant known as Phragmites Reed at the Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area. Volunteer work parties did a terrific job in 2021 knocking...
Jul 10th, 2022
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Senior hydrologist Dave Hopkins (bottom row, right) of R.J. Burnside & Associates Ltd. recently provided Tiny Township council with an overview of accepted consulting recommendations for the Waverley Pit No. 2 permit to take water and Environmental Compliance Approval by the Ministry of Environme...
Jul 10th, 2022
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The next municipal election is slated for Oct. 24. From Simcoe.com, July 7, 2022 By Andrew Mendler Here’s who has filed to run in the Oct. 24 municipal election in Tiny Township. This story will be updated regularly as new candidates appear on the town’s registry list. Nominations will be...
Jul 10th, 2022
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Senior hydrologist Dave Hopkins (bottom row, right) of R.J. Burnside & Associates Ltd. recently provided Tiny Township council with an overview of accepted consulting recommendations for the Waverley Pit No. 2 permit to take water and Environmental Compliance Approval by the Ministry of Environme...
Jun 23rd, 2022
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Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner is shown at the Teedon Pit in Waverley – home to the world’s most pristine water. File Photo From MidlandToday, June 20, 2022 A Letter to the Editor The following letter is in response to a story, published June 18, titled ‘Stanley supporter...