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Updated: Feb 21 20
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Media Release from Mayor Visneskie Moore on the Bonnechere River Water Management Plan Click Here
Architectural & Professional Services Fire Station Replacement with Solar Energy Option Request for Proposal (RFP) 2020-02
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Click Here for Addendum No. 1 for RFP 2020-02
AED Donation Form Click Here
Bonnechere River Water Management Plan Amendment
**MEDIA RELEASE** from Mayor Janice Visneskie Moore Click Here
**MNRF Approval of Major Amendment to the BRWMP to change the lower operating limits on Round Lake** Click Here
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January/February 2020 Newsletter Click Here
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Ontario Electricity Support Program
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County of Renfrew Emergency Minor Home Repair Assistance Program
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PUBLIC FACILITY USAGE AGREEMENT
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FACILITY RENTAL AGREEMENT
Updated: May 01 18
Created: Mar 01 16
Explore our landscape of rich forests, pristine lakes and winding rivers and streams and you’ll find the perfect countryside for bird watching, snowshoe or snowmobile once the snow and frozen lakes appear.
Our natural landscape supports a wide range of four season family oriented outdoor activities and when it’s time to stop for a rest, shop or pick up supplies, visit one of the charming villages scattered throughout the township for some local country hospitality. We are also home to a thriving community of artists, musicians and performers who display their talents at local galleries and venues.
For information on some of the events and festivals you can enjoy here, see our Special Events.
Incorporated on July 1st 2000 as a result of the amalgamation of the former Township of Hagarty and Richards and the former Village of Killaloe, this area was first settled in the middle of the 19th century by Irish immigrants. As time went on, German, Kashub, Polish and Wendish settlers arrived by way of the Opeongo colonization road.
With grand scenery, plenty of destinations, clear lakes, rivers and streams plus festivals and celebrations galore, the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards is truly Naturally Spirited!
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Updated: Jan 26 18
Created: Jan 26 18
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