Some of you may have heard that inexcusable and offensive comments were made by a Director of the Muskoka Lakes Association (MLA) when presenting at a District of Muskoka committee meeting on January 18th, 2021
BRACEBRIDGE, ON – The Town of Bracebridge would like to remind our seasonal residents choosing to reside at their cottages over the winter months, that they should take extra precautions. To help ensure your safety and prepare for the winter season ahead, the Town of Bracebridge would like to share the following information and resources:
Broadband access has been identified as a key priority for both residents and businesses by the District and the Muskoka Economic Recovery Task Force (MERTF). Several federal and or provincial funding programs are anticipated, including the one recently announced by the federal government.
June 26, 2020 Update
The District is moving forward with a pilot project in the Township of Muskoka Lakes to service water-access and island residents who have been impacted by the Bin Site Transition Plan.
Swim Advisory - Gull Lake Rotary Park Beach
Gravenhurst, ON - Based on beach water samples collected by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) on Monday July 27th, it has been recommended by the SMDHU that Gull Lake Rotary Park Beach be posted with swim advisory signs. The beach itself will remain open to the public.
As of July 13, 2020 you will be required to wear a face covering in all indoor public spaces (businesses, organizations and public transit systems) in Simcoe County and the District of Muskoka.
June 26, 2020 (Muskoka, ON) – The District of Muskoka is moving forward with a waste collection pilot project to service water-access and island residents in the Township of Muskoka Lakes who have been impacted by the Bin Site Transition Plan.
MUSKOKA — Optimism, gratitude and safety were the key themes of a webinar among local mayors on June 18, a virtual event sponsored by the Muskoka Lakes Association.
District Chair John Klinck has accepted the resignation the District’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Michael Duben, who is leaving to pursue another career opportunity. Mr. Duben has been CAO at the District since 2013 and his last official day will be
SAULT STE. MARIE — The Ontario government is protecting the province from the harmful ecological, social and economic effects of invasive species by investing in management and prevention.