Boards and Committees

Call for applicants for the Southern Georgian Bay O.P.P. Detachment Board

Are you interested in participating in community service and making a substantial contribution to your municipality?

The Towns of Midland and Penetanguishene, the Townships of Tay and Tiny, and The District of Muskoka (Township of Georgian Bay) are seeking applications to form the Southern Georgian Bay O.P.P. Detachment Board as required under the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019. We are seeking five (5) community representatives (one (1) representative from each municipality) to form a thirteen (13) member board. The other five (5) representatives will be Council appointees (one Council member from each municipality) and three (3) representatives will be Provincial appointees.

Applications will be accepted until April 2, 2024, at 11:59 pm.

Township of Tay Boards and Committees

Volunteers serve an important role in our Community. Tay Township welcomes members of the public to become involved. Committees, Boards and Organizations provide advice and input on the development of projects, policies and initiatives that improve the overall quality of life in Tay Township.

Members are appointed every four years or as vacancies occur. If you are interested in serving on the various Committees or Boards please review the available positions under Vacancies and complete the application.


Audit Committee
Heritage Committee
Seniors Advisory Committee
Victoria Harbour Recreation Committee
Port McNicoll Recreation Committee
Seniors Advisory Committee
Waubaushene Recreation Committee

If you are interested in serving on a Committee or Board, please complete and submit the required application either in person, by mail or email to

Katelyn Johns, MPPA
Municipal Clerk
705-534-7248 x240 
450 Park Street P.O Box 100
Victoria Harbour, ON L0K 2A0

Thank you to all those who submitted an application to serve on a Committee or Board.

Code of Conduct for Citizen Appointees to Boards and Committees

The purpose and intent of the Code of Conduct is to establish guidelines for the conduct of citizens appointed by Council to various advisory, ad hoc and special purpose boards and committees of the Township or on which the Township is represented.  The Code will ensure that:

  • The decision-making process is open, accessible and equitable;
  • Decisions are made through the appropriate channels of government;
  • Conflicts of interest are declared with the appointee taking appropriate measures;
  • Appointments are not used for personal gain;
  • Appointees hold membership for the benefit of the public and community at large;
  • There is fairness and respect for differences;
  • The deliberative privileges of the board and committee are maintained;
  • Personal information is protected.
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