everychildmattersflagCity of Owen Sound  will mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a statutory holiday on September 30, following approval at the City Council meeting held on August 30. City Hall and all offices will be closed, and services will operate on a holiday schedule.

According to the City's media release, "The City will observe this holiday to provide an opportunity to recognize, reflect on and commemorate the legacy of residential schools or participate in a community event." The Every Child Matters Flag will fly at half-mast ...

garbage bagsThe Miller Waste Transfer Station located at 2085 20th Street East, Owen Sound will be closed for the entire day on Saturday ,September 25, 2021, for maintenance purposes.

The Transfer Station will reopen on Monday, September ...

olearycouncil- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Since Deputy Mayor Brian O'Leary made a notice of motion at the August 30 City Council meeting, there has been a lot of conversation in the community about his request for a staff report on non-resident parking fees at City parks and facilities.  People have been encouraging their neighbours to contact council members with their views before tonight's meeting, and one resident asked three questions about it in public question period.

So imagine our surprise ...

question markThe following question will be posed to the Owen Sound City Council at the meeting on Monday Sept 13th.


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