The Township of Terrace Bay will now require all patrons entering our facilities to complete a COVID-19 active screening form. This is mandatory as our region enters the Orange Zone.
The Township of Terrace Bay continues to monitor and adapt to the guidelines and recommendations of the Thunder Bay District Health Unit, Province of Ontario and Federal Government. Our operating guidelines may be adjusted and/or changed as required at any time.
Failure to follow these guidelines may result in contract cancellation and removal from the facility. The Township of Terrace Bay reserves this right at all times.
Public Info/Input Centre – Changes to the Highway Traffic Act with respect to Off Road Vehicles (ORV)
The Residents are invited to attend a Public Info/Input Centre Session for changes to the Highway Traffic Act with respect to Off Road Vehicles (ORV) on Wednesday, November 18 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm at the M.King Hall.
MTO made changes to the Highway Traffic Act in 2019 to improve the experience of off-road vehicle (ORV) riding in the province. In municipalities listed in O.Reg. 8/03 (Terrace Bay is listed), all ORV vehicle types, including new vehicle types, will be permitted on municipal roads as of January 1, 2021. READ MORE
IMPORTANT FLU CLINIC CHANGES
Terrace Bay Flu Clinic is Wednesday, November 4, we hope many families will come out. You will drive up to the parking lot, be given a number and then go inside as a vehicle for your shots, when it is your turn. This will help us control the vehicles and register people in order! With COVID we are only allowed so many people in the gym at one time, so there will be a wait. However, this time could be used as fun time to play a game as a family, or to talk about your day.
With Halloween fast approaching, TBDHU is providing everyone with recommendations to celebrate safely. Halloween traditions, including trick-or-treating, are important activities for mental and social well being, but it is important to take extra precautions if you choose to participate. Staying outside is recommended. Outdoor activities are generally safer and considered low risk. However, even outdoors, you must proceed with caution and take steps to lower the risk. Check out the TBDHU website for the Halloween Guidelines Stay Safe, and enjoy the evening!
Due to Covid-19 provincial regulations, we regret to inform residents that they will be unable to attend in person the Remembrance Day Ceremony. We invite everyone to join us virtually for the Remembrance Day Ceremony at 10:57am on November 11th, 2020. Click on this link for the LIVE STREAM REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONY.
The Cenotaph will be open to the general public after 11:30am to pay their respects.
We encourage residents to take two minutes of silence at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month to remember the sacrifices made by so many.
Lest We Forget.
The Terrace Bay Snow Removal Assistance Program 2020/21.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AS FOLLOWS:
Tuesday, October 27th – 10 am to12 Noon & 1pm to 5 pm
Wednesday, October 28th - 10 am to12 Noon
Terrace Bay Community Centre - ACTIVITY ROOM / OLD LIBRARY
For the upcoming winter season, the municipality will be offering snow removal services to eligible individuals, couples, or families. To be eligible for the program, a household must meet one of the following requirements:
- 65 years of age or older and provide proof that you are financially unable to make arrangements (i.e. HST rebate or Trillium), or
- physically handicapped and provide proof that you are financially unable to make arrangements (i.e. disability pension) AND There is NO person living at the address above who is physically capable of removing snow from the driveway or driveway entrance.
Furthermore, the following will apply: READ MORE