Schreiber News

Council Meeting 5 PM April 23, 2019

The open session of tonight's Council meeting will begin at 5 PM this evening.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Volunteer Orientation Event

This is to let everyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer with the Township of Schreiber in association with our Township's committees be informed that the Volunteer Orientation Event will be happening Friday May 3rd at 2:00pm in the Community Hall.

The event will cover a 20 minute presentation on the Volunteer Handbook and a 40 minute presentation on the Accessibility Training required for all Township volunteers and committee members. A question period will follow after these presentations for those who have decided to attend the event.

The Township staff will be preparing for the first committee meetings during the week of May 6th 2019. Committee Member openings are still available for the following committees: Economic Development, Recreation & Festivals, and Cemetery.

For any further questions or concerns pertaining to volunteering for the Township or joining a committee, please contact:
Dominique Charbonneau
info@schreiber.ca
(807) 824-2711 ext 233

East-West Tie Transmission Project– Employment & Procurement Opportunities

NextBridge Infrastructure is working with Valard Construction and Supercom Industries to develop the new East-West Tie Line Project.

 

This project needs skilled people from diverse disciplines to be successful, so in the coming months, Supercom Industries will be assisting in the recruitment of qualified and enthusiastic people. Employment opportunities will be posted on the following website: www.supercomindustries.com.

 

Close-to-Schreiber information sessions on this project and any employment and procurement opportunities will be hosted at various locations, including:

  • Nipigon Legion-- 102 5th Street    April 2nd 1:00pm-5:00pm
  • Marathon Moose Hall -- 6 Stevens Street      April 3rd 1:00pm-5:00pm
  • Red Rock Indian Band-- Lake Helen Resource Center     April 8th 6:30pm-10:00pm
  • Pays Plat First Nation-- Pays Plat Community Hall     April 9th 6:30pm-10:00pm

 

Full information on this project, types of jobs being recruited for, and additional information session locations can be found at this link HERE

Dog Registry

The Township of Schreiber would like to remind all dog owners that By-Law 41-2007 being a bylaw to Provide for the Regulation and Control of Animals requires all dogs over the age of 6 months to be registered and licensed with the Township of Schreiber no later than March 1st of each year.

PACE Schreiber- March Events

People Advocating for Change through Empowerment- PACE Schreiber is hosting a series of events throughout the month of March

More information on the work that this mental health organization does can be found on their very own Facebook Page

******BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED******

The Township of Schreiber has lifted the Boil Water Advisory

as of 3:02 PM Wednesday February 20, 2019.

Thank you for your cooperation and we apologize for the inconvenience.

Superior Lake Resources Winston & Pick Lake Update

Be Prepared- Schreiber Emergency Plan

Be prepared if an emergency happens in your community with the Township of Schreiber Emergency Preparedness Plan.

New Mayor and Council Members

Our new Mayor and Council members have officially been appointed for the Township of Schreiber. We look forward to their input and hard work for the next four years.Order of: Councillor Douglas Stefurak, Councillor Kevin Mullins, Mayor Dave Hamilton, Councillor Kim Krause, Councillor Dan McGrath

Award Winning- The Ties That Bind

The Ties That Bind documentary has won a Platinum MarCom Award. These awards look at recognizing the creativity, hard work and generosity of industry professionals via effective communications and marketing throughout their stories.

 

For more information on this award and The Ties That Bind documentary, please see the link below:

The Ties That Bind Wins Award