Employment Opportunities

The Township of North Stormont is accepting applications for the following positions:

Permanent Full-Time

  • Deputy Clerk
  • Accounts Payable Clerk

Permanent Part-Time

  • Fire Chief


For full job descriptions please visit Employment Opportunities at North Stormont | The Township of North Stormont


Resumes will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on March 5th, 2021 to:


Craig Calder, CAO/Clerk

Township of North Stormont

15 Union St., P.O. Box 99

Berwick, ON K0C 1G0

ccalder@northstormont.cacreate new email



We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Tourism Relief and Investment Program (TRIP)

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Tourism Relief and Investment Program (TRIP)

Ottawa Tourism and project partners Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization (RTO 11), Tourisme Prescott-Russell Tourism and the Prescott-Russell Community Development Corporation, are pleased to announce a new funding program designed to help alleviate part of the current financial burden that COVID-19 has placed on francophone, Indigenous, rural and semi-urban tourism businesses.


The Tourism Relief and Investment Program (TRIP)  provides one-time, non-repayable grant support of up to $20,000 to eligible francophone, Indigenous, rural and semi-urban tourism businesses in the Ottawa region (Renfrew – Lanark – Ottawa – Prescott-Russell corridor).

TRIP has been developed through funding support in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that our region’s vulnerable tourism businesses can effectively meet the evolving health, safety and experience needs of residents and visitors. It features a simple application and awarding process that aims to get relief funds into the hands of eligible businesses as quickly as possible. To verify if your business is eligible, please visit the TRIP webpage  to see the list of eligibility requirements.

Applications for the Tourism Relief and Investment Program will be accepted starting on Friday, January 15, 2021. Priority status will be given to eligible businesses who apply by Thursday, January 31, 2021.

Please note that Ottawa Tourism values all of our partners and will continue to pursue additional opportunities to support businesses who are not eligible for this particular program. In the interim, we direct businesses who are ineligible for TRIP to the Government of Ontario’s new Ontario Small Business Support Grant  , as an alternative source of funding.


· Your Business Number and Incorporation date (if applicable)

· A copy of your 2019 Financials

· A copy of your commercial general liability insurance indicating coverage of at least $2,000,000

· Copies of all receipts, invoices and/or quotes you are looking to submit for reimbursement

· A brief 500-word summary drafted of how the requested funds are to be used, including a synopsis of how the project helped to protect jobs and the visitor experience.

Le Programme d’aide et d’investissement en faveur du tourisme (PAIT)

Tourisme Ottawa et ses partenaires, l’Organisation touristique des Highlands de l’Ontario (OTR 11), Tourisme Prescott-Russell Tourism et la Société de développement communautaire Prescott-Russell, sont heureux d’annoncer un nouveau programme de financement conçu pour alléger en partie la charge financière actuelle que la COVID-19 fait peser sur les entreprises touristiques francophones, autochtones, rurales et semi-urbaines.


Le Programme d’aide et d’investissement en faveur du tourisme (PAIT)  offre une aide ponctuelle et non remboursable pouvant atteindre 20 000 $ aux entreprises touristiques francophones, autochtones, rurales et semi-urbaines admissibles de la région d’Ottawa (corridor Renfrew – Lanark – Ottawa – Prescott-Russell).

Le PAIT a été créé avec un soutien financier en réponse à la pandémie de COVID-19 en cours, afin d’aider les entreprises touristiques vulnérables de notre région à répondre efficacement aux besoins évolutifs des résidents et des visiteurs en matière de santé, de sécurité et d’expérience. Il comporte une procédure de demande et d’attribution simple qui vise à mettre des fonds de secours à la disposition des entreprises admissibles le plus rapidement possible. Pour savoir si votre entreprise est admissible, visitez la page Web du PAIT  afin de prendre connaissance des exigences d’admissibilité.

Les demandes au titre du Programme d’aide et d’investissement en faveur du tourisme seront acceptées à partir du vendredi 15 janvier 2021. La priorité sera accordée aux entreprises admissibles qui présentent une demande d’ici le dimanche 31 janvier 2021.

Tourisme Ottawa apprécie tous ses partenaires et continuera à rechercher d’autres possibilités de soutien aux entreprises qui ne sont pas admissibles à ce programme. En attendant, nous orientons les entreprises qui ne sont pas admissibles à ce programme vers la nouvelle subvention de soutien aux petites entreprises  du gouvernement de l’Ontario, comme autre source de financement.


· Votre numéro d’entreprise et votre date de constitution de votre société (le cas échéant)

· Une copie de vos états financiers de 2019

· Une copie de votre assurance responsabilité civile entreprise indiquant une couverture d’au moins 2 000 000 $

· Des copies de tous les reçus, factures ou devis que vous souhaitez soumettre aux fins de remboursement

· Un résumé en 500 mots de la manière dont les fonds demandés seront utilisés, y compris un synopsis de la manière dont le projet a contribué à protéger des emplois et l’expérience des visiteurs

Budget 2021 Public Consultation

The Township of North Stormont will hear public delegations, specific to the 2021 municipal budget, at the regular Council meeting of March 2nd, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. Delegations will be limited to two (2) minutes and will be completed virtually. This is an opportunity to address Council on the 2021 budget evolution and the community expectations for the final approved budget.

Please contact CAO Craig Calder by February 25th at ccalder@northstormont.cacreate new email to register.

St. Lawrence Parks Commission seeks public consultation for new strategic plan

St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) with the assistance of MDB Insight Inc. requests your participation in assisting with the development of a strategic plan for the organization. By participating, you are helping to inform decisions, support the development of future directions, and establish priorities.

As part of the plan development, SLPC Board of Commissioners, senior staff and front-line staff, along with municipal and community partners, contributed valuable insight through facilitated discussion sessions, interviews and survey participation. The SLPC is now seeking public consultation by way of an online survey. The survey will offer the public, as SLPC’s valued customer base, the opportunity to provide input to the plan and validate SLPC’s strategic priorities looking out over the next 5-10 years.

We are seeking your assistance in sharing this survey with your communities and local residents. The online survey can be found here: St. Lawrence Parks Commission Strategic Plan

The survey for public consultation will be open from January 25th to February 3rd, 2021. All answers will remain strictly confidential.

slpc poster link

Ontario Supports Economic Development within Francophone Community

The Ontario government announced it is investing $250,000 to support the promotion of products and services offered by Ontario’s Francophone business community. Franco-Ontarian businesses, entrepreneurs and social enterprises will be able to sign up to access a free, bilingual digital platform to market their goods and services, allowing them to reach more consumers throughout Ontario and beyond. The province has partnered with the Regroupement des gens d’affaires de la capitale nationale (RGA) to develop and market the platform. For details, please see the news release below.


Ontario Supports Economic Development within Francophone Community