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Mr. Kenney's letter of March 13, 2017

After reading this letter, it further reinforced by belief that this council and the staff of Central Elgin, just spend, and the approved amounts of money, designated for an item or project do NOT, really mean anything! read more...

2016 and 2017 Budget

First, hats off to Mr. Bolt for enduring such a long time perusing the 2017 budget. read more...

The London and Port Stanley Railway Corridor Connection in 2017

When Sir John A. McDonald, one of the Fathers of Confederation, had the Canadian Pacific Railway built, the borders of Canada were established. What better project to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation than reinstalling our railway corridor from London to Port Stanley for future rail commuter use! read more...

Meaningful Conversations for Ensuring Student Success

March 7, 2017 - As Minister of Education, I know schools are the heart of a community. We know that there are a number of difficult discussions that are taking place between local school boards and parents about the future of the schools in their area - especially in rural and remote communities. read more...

2017 Budgets

I have spent the last 8 hrs reading all these documents and I must say Thank you! To the municipality for putting them on line and being transparent with them. read more...

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100th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Of the 600 Elgin men present at the battle one played a role that has become part of our community's history and lore. read more...

Increased Yellow Perch and Walleye Allowable Catches for 2017

Ypsilanti, MI - Fishery managers from Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario and Pennsylvania - the five jurisdictions that manage the Lake Erie fishery agreed to a total allowable catch (TAC) of 10.375 million pounds of yellow perch and 5.924 million walleye for 2017.
Ypsilanti, MI - Fishery managers from Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario and Pennsylvania - the five jurisdictions that manage the Lake Erie fishery agreed to a total allowable catch (TAC) of 10.375 million pounds of yellow perch and 5.924 million walleye for 2017. read more...

Vecchio Has Serious Concerns for Canadian Families After Tabling of Budget 2017

March 22 2017 - Ottawa, ON – Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, has
serious concerns for Canadian Families with the Tabling of Budget 2017 in the House of Commons.
March 22 2017 - Ottawa, ON – Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, has serious concerns for Canadian Families with the Tabling of Budget 2017 in the House of Commons. read more...

47th Science and Engineering Fair

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - More than 120 bright young scientists in Grades 4 - 12 from 26 Thames Valley schools will participate along with more than 280 students in total in the 47th annual Thames Valley Science and Engineering Fair (TVSEF) this
weekend.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - More than 120 bright young scientists in Grades 4 - 12 from 26 Thames Valley schools will participate along with more than 280 students in total in the 47th annual Thames Valley Science and Engineering Fair (TVSEF) this weekend. read more...

Wind Turbine Company Pushes Ahead

Despite Angry Majority in Dutton Dunwich Wind Turbine Company Pushes Ahead
Despite Angry Majority in Dutton Dunwich Wind Turbine Company Pushes Ahead read more...

Parasailing Will Come to Port Stanley

In December 2016, Lee Marcoux submitted an application for his business Port Stanley Parasail. Mr. Marcoux is licenced as a Small Vessel Operator through Transport Canada. He has been operating a Parasailing company in Grand Bend for five years, has parasailing experience in the Caribbean as well, and has worked on boats for over 20 years. read more...

Drainage Issues in Belmont

A third resident that paid for a premium lot commented that if people that buy this property want a deck and a pool with only 20 feet behind the house, well all this will devalue my property.
A third resident that paid for a premium lot commented that if people that buy this property want a deck and a pool with only 20 feet behind the house, well all this will devalue my property. read more...

The 'Great Big Gulp!'

St. Thomas, Ontario, March 20, 2017 As part of the local 'Healthy Kids Community Challenge,' all Elgin elementary schools have been invited to participate in the 'Great Big Gulp!' to celebrate making tap water the go-to drink for good health.
St. Thomas, Ontario, March 20, 2017 As part of the local 'Healthy Kids Community Challenge,' all Elgin elementary schools have been invited to participate in the 'Great Big Gulp!' to celebrate making tap water the go-to drink for good health. read more...

Legion of Honour Medal available to Veterans of the Second World War

Since 2014 the government of France has been awarding their highest medal, the Legion of Honour to Canadian veterans that participated in the liberation of France in 1944.
Since 2014 the government of France has been awarding their highest medal, the Legion of Honour to Canadian veterans that participated in the liberation of France in 1944. read more...

Have Their Say On Poverty Reduction Consultations

March 17, 2016 (St. Thomas, ON) - Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, encourages Canadians to participate in two initiatives to support the development of Canada's Poverty Reduction Strategy: a nation-wide consultation process and a call for nominations for a Ministerial Advisory Committee on Poverty.
March 17, 2016 (St. Thomas, ON) - Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, encourages Canadians to participate in two initiatives to support the development of Canada's Poverty Reduction Strategy: a nation-wide consultation process and a call for nominations for a Ministerial Advisory Committee on Poverty. read more...

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Portside Gallery Miniature Art Show

Once again Portside Gallery is having a Miniature Art Show. It was missed by the public as well as the artists.
Once again Portside Gallery is having a Miniature Art Show. It was missed by the public as well as the artists. read more...

Setting the Stage for 2017

Port Stanley Festival Theatre held their Annual General Meeting on December 15th at the Theatre. The AGM is an opportunity for the Board and staff to share with Theatre Members, supporters and the public some of the work they've been doing over the last year, and their plans for the upcoming year.
Port Stanley Festival Theatre held their Annual General Meeting on December 15th at the Theatre. The AGM is an opportunity for the Board and staff to share with Theatre Members, supporters and the public some of the work they've been doing over the last year, and their plans for the upcoming year. read more...

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New Look For Port Stanley's Roundabout

It would seem like there is a new look that the Municipality is pursuing for the Port Stanley beach. It seems that the this look is like a revolving door, and changes every five years or so. Last time the reasons for the change had labels like Shoreplan
Engineering's Beach Dune Management Plan for Port Stanley's main beach, and the public was informed of these necessary changes at a public meeting in May 2010.
It would seem like there is a new look that the Municipality is pursuing for the Port Stanley beach. It seems that the this look is like a revolving door, and changes every five years or so. Last time the reasons for the change had labels like Shoreplan Engineering's Beach Dune Management Plan for Port Stanley's main beach, and the public was informed of these necessary changes at a public meeting in May 2010. read more...

Allowing Food Vendors

The Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin will be holding a public meeting on March 27 at 7 P.M. about the possibility of allowing food vendors.
The Council of the Municipality of Central Elgin will be holding a public meeting on March 27 at 7 P.M. about the possibility of allowing food vendors. read more...

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