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Welcome to The Municipality of Shuniah

Phone: (807) 683-4545
Toll Free: (855) 683-4545

The Screen for Life Coach is Visiting You Soon!

MacGregor Recreation Centre

November 22, 2017

For information or to book your appointment call (807) 684-7777

www.tbrhsc.net/screenforlife


With the Civic Web Portal, residents can:
•     Use the calendar to find an upcoming or previous meeting;
•     Subscribe to e-updates about meetings that matter to you;

•     Subscribe to email notification of Shuniah News;
•     Click on the meetings tab to review information organized by the type of meeting
(Council, Special Council or Public Meeting);
•     Search our e-resources for specific topics;
•     Read Council agendas, minutes or by-laws.

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Mobile Screening for Breast, Cervical and Colorectal Cancer

  • Breast cancer screening for woman 50 to 74 years of age
  • Cervical cancer screening for women 21 to 69 years of age
  • Colon cancer screening for men and women 50 to 74 years of age


Frequently Asked Questions Coming Soon


Click here to be directed to Frequently Asked Questions


After Hours Roads Emergencies


In the event you have an after-hours Roads Emergency outside of business hours (Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) please contact the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) at 1 888 310-1122.​


Contact Municipal Office:


Phone: 807-683-4545
Fax: 807-683-6982
Toll Free Phone: 1-855-683-4545
Email: shuniah@shuniah.org


Office Hours:


Monday - Friday
     8:30 aM - 4:30 PM
Summer Hours (Fridays only)
     8:30 aM to 3:30 pM


Landfill Hours:


MacGregor:


Wednesday
     8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday
     9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

McTavish:


Wednesday (April 1 to October 31)
     12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday (Nov 1 to March 31)
     10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday
     9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Other Key Contacts:


Public Works – (807) 983-2550
Fire Department – (807) 983-2021
Chief Building Official
(807) 630-3023
Contact OPP toll free anytime
1-888-310-1122.
To Report a crime go to:

www.opp.ca​




















Vision Statement
Shuniah is a modern and vibrant community with a strong sense of identity, located on the picturesque shores of Lake Superior, working together to build a safe, clean, friendly, and prosperous future.
Mission Statement
Shuniah is committed to providing the highest quality of life by building a healthy rural community through the delivery of essential services provided by responsible leadership, planning, and effective management of municipal resources.
Shuniah News

The latest volume of the Shuniah News is now available. Click Shuniah News to be directed to the page.

By-Laws

Click By-Laws & Policies to be directed to a list of all our common by-laws.

 


Council Meeting
Agenda's and Minutes


Shuniah Strategic Plan

The Shuniah Strategic Plan is available for viewing. We have hard copies available at the Municipal Office and a PDF can be downloaded by clicking the link below. To print the document in a booklet simply choose the booklet setting under your printing options.

Shuniah Strategic Plan

NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT:

ENVIRONMENTAL SCREENING PROCESS

HIGHWAY 527 WASTE DISPOSAL SITE

The Municipality has acquired an existing site, along Highway 527, approximately 14kms north of Highway 17, for the purpose of future disposal of domestic waste generated within the boundaries of Shuniah.

Click HERE for  the notice, proposed change, and invitation for input and comments.

The Ministry of Education  has launched its Plan to Strengthen Rural and Northern Education and has made a commitment that decisions about the future of our schools consider a range of community and student impacts.           

                                             YOUR   INPUT   IS   NEEDED!!  

The Ministry is looking for feedback on the proposed Pupil Accommodation Review Guideline (PARG) and the Community Planning and Partnerships Guideline (CPPG). Changes to both plans are aimed at better support for:

  • Quality Education;
  • Sustainable use of school space in rural communities; and
  • Decision-making around school closures.

We are asking Shuniah residents to review the proposed changes and provide input as it relates to McKenzie Public School.  Parents, students and stakeholders have until December 6, 2017 to provide feedback. 

    Click here for link to Ministry of Education site for input.