The Township of Terrace Bay invites residents to join us for a presentation of the Terrace Bay Beach Design. A Public Meeting will be held on Thursday, July 27 at 7:00pm in the Activity Room - Terrace Bay Community Centre.
The 2017 Inductees to the Terrace Bay Sports Wall of Fame were announced on Saturday, July 1st at the Canada Day Celebrations. Congratulations to the 24 Athletes, 7 Builders and 5 Teams that will be inducted at a Presentation & Social on Thursday, August 17th at the M.King Hall. Sports Wall of Fame 2017 Inductees List
For more information on how to nominate an Athlete, Team or Builder for the Sports Wall of Fame, visit the webpage. Nominations for 2018 will close on March 31, 2018.
The Township is looking for Artisans & Exhibitors for our Artisan Market at the Terrace Bay Beach Festival on Sunday, July 16 from 11am to 5pm. We are celebrating Lake Superior Day with an all new Beach Festival!! Featuring SUP & Kayak Clinics, Youth Hiking Clinics, Free Boat Tours and Kayak demos, 2017 Metis Nation of Ontario Canoe Expedition which highlight traditional Métis art, dance, music, and culture, and Food! To register a table for the event contact Michelle Malashewski at 807-825-3315 ext.225 before Thursday, July 13. For more information visit the Beach Festival webpage
Ignited by feedback from local businesses and fanned on by Council's strategic focus on green initiatives, the Township would like to announce its first ever trial run for commercial recycling pickup in Terrace Bay!
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry advises that a section of a primary forest resource road south of Longlac and north of Terrace Bay, in Nipigon District, will be closed for bridge repairs.
A portion of Catlonite Road will be barricaded while repairs are underway. Road access through the site will not be allowed. Catlonite Road is a link to Highway 11 at the north and Highway 17 at the south. The portion of the road to be closed is located at Long Lake Narrows (Taylor’s Bridge), located approximately 92 kilometers south of Longlac and 52 kilometers north of Terrace Bay. The road is expected to be closed for approximately one week, starting July 17.
While this portion of the road is closed, travellers may choose to use the Goldfield/Wintering Road.