Cornwall Business Enterprise Fall Seminar Series

The Cornwall Business Enterprise has just announced their fall seminar series.

Cornwall Ontario – The Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre will be celebrating small business month by hosting a Fall Seminar Series, in partnership with RBC, beginning late September.

Seminars are a continuation of the Centre’s popular spring seminar series hosted this past May.

The series will kick off with a seminar hosted by Cornwall Tourism, followed by presentations from Mireille Lemire from RBC, Bernard Charlebois of Boum Strategies, Candy Pollard and Ryan

Kuhn from the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre. Seminar topics will include :

* September 27 – Tourism Opportunities for Small Business
* October 2 – The Business of Space
* October 9 – Business Planning
* October 16 – Financing Commercial Real Estate
* October 23 – Starter Company Plus
* October 30 – Lead Generation

There is no cost to attend the seminars, however, attendees are asked to register in advance.

“We are pleased to be able to provide seminars on different topics of interest to small businesses,” said Candy Pollard, Business Consultant with the Centre. “They are a great way to enhance your business skills and to meet other entrepreneurs and share ideas.”

For further information pleas visit the Fall Seminar Series website.

Phenomenal success of Tastefest 2019 in Moose Creek

Below is a video link to the Nation Valley News following the recent phenomenal success of Tastefest 2019 in Moose Creek. The event was Chaired by Councillor Villeneuve who worked tirelessly along with all volunteer committee members on this project – it was a great success for the Township and ALL proceeds went to support the Moose Creek Pool.

Click Here to Watch the Video on Facebook

Nation Rise Wind Farm Planned Activities – Week of May 14th, 2018

Nation Rise Wind Farm Planned Activities – Week of May 14th, 2018
Planned Activity Dates Location
Geotechnical Field Crew #1 5/14 – 5/18 Concession Road 1-2, County Road 43
Geotechnical Field Crew #2 5/14 – 5/18 Concession Road 7-8, Concession Road 10-11, Concession Road 11-12


Victoria Day Waste & Recycling Notice

With Victoria Day fast approaching, we’re reminding residents that there won’t be curbside collection on date. Collection for all zones will move ahead by one day. For specific information about your zone, please consult your My Waste/Recycle Coach schedule. Enjoy the long weekend!

Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Now Open


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Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Now Open

April 10, 2018 – Toronto

Last week, Ontario’s Local Planning Appeal Support Centre opened its doors to the public for the first time.  The centre’s role is to help people understand and navigate the land use planning and appeal process.

“People know that what gets built in their community affects their quality of life, but they often don’t know how to influence those decisions,” explains board chair, Anna Pace. “The Local Planning Appeal Support Centre can help bridge that gap.”

People with a question about the land use planning process or an appeal can get in touch with the centre using the contact information below. The centre is open from Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The centre is an independent agency of the Ontario government, accountable to a board of directors. It was created under the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017.


Chair Anna Pace has held senior roles at Metrolinx, the TTC and the City of Toronto. She is joined by board member Mark Leach. Mary Lee is the centre’s executive director and Mark Christie is the manager-registrar. For more information about Anna Pace and the rest of the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre’s leadership team, visit the centre’s website.

Contact the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre

¾    Submit an inquiry online

¾    email:

¾    Tel: 647-499-1646 or Toll-free: 1-800-993-8410

¾    TTY: 647-499-1648 or TTY Toll-free: 1-800-993-8411


Address: 700 Bay St. 12th floor, Toronto, ON  M5G 1Z6





Le Centre d’assistance pour les appels en matière d’aménagement local a ouvert ses portes

Le 10 avril 2018 – Toronto


La semaine dernière, le Centre d’assistance pour les appels en matière d’aménagement local de l’Ontario a ouvert ses portes au public pour la première fois. Le rôle du centre est d’aider les gens à comprendre le processus d’appel dans le domaine de l’aménagement du territoire et à s’y retrouver dans le processus.


« Les gens savent que ce qu’on construit dans leur collectivité a des conséquences sur leur qualité de vie, mais ils ne savent souvent pas comment influencer ces décisions, explique la présidente du conseil, Anna Pace. Le Centre d’assistance pour les appels en matière d’aménagement local comblera cette lacune. »


Quiconque a des questions au sujet du processus d’aménagement du territoire ou d’un appel peut contacter le centre aux coordonnées ci-dessous. Le centre est ouvert du lundi au vendredi, de 8 h 30 à 17 h.


Le centre est un organisme indépendant du gouvernement de l’Ontario, redevable devant un conseil d’administration. Il a été créé en vertu de la Loi de 2017 visant à bâtir de meilleures collectivités et à protéger les bassins hydrographiques.


La présidente Anna Pace a occupé des postes de cadre supérieur à Metrolinx, à la TTC et à la ville de Toronto. Elle est accompagnée de Mark Leach, membre du conseil d’administration. Mary Lee est la directrice générale du centre et Mark Christie en est le chef. De plus amples renseignements sur Anna Pace et le reste de l’équipe de leadershipdu Centre d’assistance pour les appels en matière d’aménagement local sont consultables sur le site Web du Centre.


Coordonnées du Centre d’assistance pour les appels en matière d’aménagement local


¾    Envoyer une demande de renseignements par courriel

¾    Courriel :

¾    Tél. : 647 499-1646 ou sans frais : 1 800 993-8410

¾    ATS : 647 499-1648 ou ATS sans frais : 1 800 993-8411


Adresse : 700, rue Bay, 12e étage, Toronto (Ontario)  M5G 1Z6

Web :

Temporary Garage Structure

Temporary Garage Structure.  Comprehensive By-Law 08-2014
Notwithstanding anything else in this by-law, a temporary garage structure, commonly known as a “Tempo” garage, or similar structure shall be permitted between November 1, and April 30 in any year, without a building permit.  Should the owner/tenant establish a temporary structure year round, they will be required to obtain a building permit.  Such temporary garage structures shall be in compliance with setbacks for accessory structures.