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CVC Open House | Picnic Pavilion Proposal

CVC Open House

The CVC is having an Open House on Tuesday, November 20th from 6:00-7:30pm at the Island Lake Conservation Area Education Centre. 

The open house has been organized to specifically discuss Credit Valley Conservation's recent proposal to construct an enclosed pavilion in Picnic Area #6 within the Island Lake Conservation Area. 

For more information, please contact CVC

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 12:45pm

Hunting Season

The 2018-2019 Hunting Season

It is currently the hunting season for various animals and upcoming (from Dec. 3-7), hunting of deer (shotguns) will be permitted. As such, there may be audible gunshots that can be heard. Hunting should only be done in areas where it is permitted and the Town would like to remind everyone of what to do if someone is hunting on your property without permission, trespassing, or if there is reason to suspect poaching: 

What do I do if someone is hunting on my property without my permission?

It is an offence under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 for anyone to trespass for the purpose of hunting or fishing.

People should report abuse via the Natural Resources Violation Reporting Line: 1-877-847-7667.

According to MNR's Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary Guide:

A person is trespassing if the person, without appropriate permission, enters onto property or engages in an activity on property where notice has been given that entry or the activity is not allowed. Notice may be given in a variety of ways; some of the common ones are verbally, signs, symbols or fences. Lands under cultivation are also considered to be notice against entry. A hunting licence does not give a hunter the right to enter private property.

Not all land is signed. Unsigned lands may be private land as well. (For example if the property is fenced, no access is permitted without permission of the occupier.) It is your responsibility to find out who owns the land you wish to hunt on and obtain permission. If unsure, stay out. If a wounded animal runs onto private property where you do not have permission to enter, you must seek the landowner’s or occupier’s permission to retrieve the animal.

As well as the Natural Resources Violation Reporting Line, you may also report cases of trespass or suspected poaching to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


Below are some resources that will clarify when hunting of which animals will occur and when you can expect to hear audible gunshots:


Friday, November 16, 2018 - 9:00am

Rosemont District Fire Department | Recruiting Volunteer Firefighters

Volunteer Fire Fighters | Rosemont District Fire Department

Rosemont District Fire Department is recruiting volunteer firefighters to join their team. Eligible Candidates must:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Possess a Valid Class 'G' driver's license with no more than four demerit points on the current driver abstract
  • Possess a clean vulnerable sector check
  • Develop and maintain an acceptable level of training, knowledge and skill as required
  • Reside within 11km of the station

The following criteria would be considered an asset:

  • Valid DZ driver's license with no more than four demerit points on a current driver abstract
  • First AID, CPR and defibrilator training
  • Firefighting experience/pre-service fire education



Information Session

Bring your resume

Rosemont Firehall
955716 7th Line E, Mono

7-9pm | Nov 28th


Rosemont Volunteer Firefighter Poster

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Remembrance Day | Lest We Forget

Remembrance Day has different meanings for everyone. It is a time to remember the real life heroes who may have been family, friends, and people who performed courageous deeds. On November 11, there are many ceremonies that can be attended to help honour the memory of those who made sacrifices. Town of Mono Council members attended both the Orangeville and Shelburne Ceremonies.

Below are some pictures taken from the Shelburne ceremony: 

Remembrance Day Outside of the Shelburne Police Building

Remembrance Day Outside of the Shelburne Police Building

Poppy Wreaths

Lest we forget.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 8:45am

Official Election Results

The votes from the 2018 Municipal Election have been tallied and the unofficial results can now be viewed.Voter Card Going into Voting Box

Voter turnout for this election was  2344 voters (32.75% of those eligible). It represents the 5th highest voter turnout in 40 years. 

View the official election results

Monday, October 22, 2018 - 8:45pm

Well Water Survey | Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health


Well Water Survey

Water Drop

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) and the University of Guelph are inviting anyone who uses a private drinking water well to complete a survey so Public Health can improve our well water testing services.

What Does Participation Involve?

The survey will take about 5‑7 minutes to complete. You can also pick up a paper copy of the survey at any of our water sampling bottle pick up locations.  

Eligibility to Participate

You must own or live on a property that is serviced by a private drinking water well, be willing to provide your address and be eighteen years old or older to fill out this survey. You are asked for your address because it will be used to link your survey answers to any testing results obtained through the well water testing service offered through Public Health. If your name appears with any water testing results, your name will be removed from the water testing result before the survey responses are linked to the water testing results. You are not asked to provide your name in this survey. Addresses or other identifying information will not be included in any report. 

The final report will be posted for community members and partners on the WDG Public Health website. Findings may be presented to the WDG Public Health Board of Health, published, presented at conferences or to other health units or municipalities. You will not be identified in the report. Direct quotes will be used only if they do not identify you.Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health Logo

Take the online survey

Get more information about the WDGPH Well Water Survey.


Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 2:30pm

Hwy 10 Road Construction

The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has commenced construction on Hwy 10 which is expected to continue through to the Fall of 2019. The work consists of grading, drainage, granular base & paving.

There will be lane closures throughout the construction area during most of the work.

Construction operations shall be carried out in such a manner as to maximize safety and minimize disruption to traffic flow and operation. Construction noise levels will be based upon a variety of factors such as time and location of operation, size and concurrent use of equipment and staging of construction. Standard noise mitigation measures pertaining to equipment maintenance and operation have been implemented as part of the contract package. The measures in place shall prevent unnecessary noise and restrict the idling of equipment.

The contractor AECON Infrastructure or the Contract Administrator representing the Ministry of Transportation can be reached at the following locations and/or phone numbers:

AECON Infrastructure Mr. Shane Fuller Office: (416) 293-7004
e-mail: [email protected]
AECON Infrastructure Mr. Colin Etmanski Office: (416) 297-2600
e-mail: [email protected]
KIHL Construction Management Mr. Joe Lascala Office: (416) 996-0471 e-mail: [email protected]
MTO Shelburne   Office: (519) 925-4325

Please do not hesitate to contact either Shane Fuller, Colin Etmanski or Joe Lascala if you have any questions or concerns.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - 4:45pm
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