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Service Disruptions and Information

Posted Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Tay, Ontario : In partnership with Tay Township, Martyrs’ Shrine is advising residents of Tay and neighbouring municipalities of a large pilgrimage that may cause traffic congestion in the Highway 12 and Ogdens Beach Road area near Port McNicoll on Sunday, August 11.
Martyrs’ Shrine will be hosting an expected 7,000 people participating in the Polish Pilgrimage this weekend. Approximately 1,000 pilgrims will be participating in the Walking Pilgrimage beginning...

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Posted Thursday, August 01, 2019

The Municipal Office at 450 Park Street in Victoria Harbour will be closed on Monday, August 5 for the Civic Holiday and will reopen on Tuesday, August 6 at 8:30 a.m.

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Posted Wednesday, July 17, 2019

For Immediate Release:
Date: July 17, 2019 Time: 10:00 AM
8000 Expected at Martyr’s Shrine for Pilgrimage Saturday July 20
Tay, Ontario : In partnership with Martyr’s Shrine, Tay Township is advising residents of Tay and neighbouring municipalities of a large pilgrimage that may cause traffic congestion in the Highway 12 and Ogden’s Beach Road area near Port McNicoll this coming Saturday, July 20.
The Martyr’s Shrine will be hosting...

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Posted Tuesday, July 16, 2019

UPDATED AT 9:54AM July 17:
Telephone service has been restored to all Tay Township facilities including the Municipal Office and Tay Township Public Library branches.
UPDATED AT 11:28AM:
The Tay municipal office has transitioned to our backup telephone provider. You can reach us again at our regular number 705-534-7248.
The Victoria Harbour library branch phones are still down but the Port McNicoll (705-534-3511) & Waubaushene (705-538-1122) branches phones...

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Posted Thursday, July 11, 2019

For Immediate Release:
Date: July 11, 2019 Time: 11:00 AM
Tay Township Lifts Outdoor Watering and Fire Bans
Tay, Ontario : Effective immediately the Township of Tay has lifted the Outdoor Watering and Fire Bans put into effect on July 8 in response to unusually high water demand over the previous week.
Water demand has declined since earlier in the week as a result of voluntary compliance with the Outdoor Watering Ban and enforcement by Municipal Law...

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