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Posted Monday, July 06, 2020

burn ban poster Alexandria, Ontario, July 6, 2020 – Effective today at 9 am, the Township of North Glengarry Fire Department has imposed a total fire ban within the limits of the township.
 
All residents with an active burn permit will receive a notification of the change of status, which invalidates their burn permits for the duration of the fire ban. Residents with active burn permits will receive a follow-up notification, once the total fire ban has been lifted.
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Posted Monday, July 06, 2020

Effective July 6th, 2020 – Due to dry weather, a TOTAL FIRE BAN is in place until further notice. This ban is effective for the entire Township of North Glengarry. The ban will remain in effect until dry conditions improve.
No permits being issued – All current permits are now suspended.
No Campfires
No Incinerator burns
No Fireworks, torches or lanterns
No burning
Barbecues are allowed, as are natural gas, propane, or oil outdoor fireplaces,...

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Posted Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Pride Month Alexandria, Ontario, June 30, 2020 – In celebration of Pride Month I wanted to take a few moments to talk about what it means to be an inclusive community.
 
I am a proud North Glengarrian. I love my community and all of its people. I love how we work together to reach solutions and I am especially proud of my neighbours and friends who make North Glengarry such a wonderful place to live.
 
We are a community of individuals who are drawn...

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Posted Monday, June 29, 2020

Farm 911Alexandria (Ontario) le 29 juin 2020 – Selon les derniers renseignements du « Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting » (CAIR), les accidents en milieu agricole font environ 80 morts par année au Canada, dont 20 en moyenne en Ontario. Les accidents reliés aux renversements de tracteurs représentent la moitié de ces décès en Ontario. Les accidents en milieu agricole peuvent se produire dans les endroits les plus reculés....
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Posted Monday, June 29, 2020

North Glengarry supports Farm 911 - The Emily Project Alexandria, Ontario, June 29, 2020 – According to the latest Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting (CAIR) information, farm accidents claim about 80 lives per year across Canada, including about 20 in Ontario. Tractors are the big killer, with roll-overs and run-overs accounting for half of Ontario deaths. Farm accidents can occur in the most remote locations, making it difficult for first responders to easily locate the situation and help those in need.
 
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