The next meeting of the Local Services Board is February 28, 2023. This meeting will be held at the Nolalu Community Centre at 7:30 pm. Even though COVID mandates and restrictions have been lifted, hand sanitizer and disposable masks will be available.
Agendas for upcoming meetings can be found in the LSB section of this website. Agendas are posted the week prior to the meeting.
Please note the January 2023 edition of Grassroots will be posted online only.
NorWest Clinic can be contacted at (807) 473-5528 to book an appointment at the Evergreen Pharmacy in Kakabeka Falls with a Nurse Practitioner, have foot care or indicate the need for a home health care visit. This is for people previously served by the NorWest mobile primary care and foot care at the Nolalu Community Centre. The walk-in clinic will be up and running very soon.
Letter from Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs can be found listed below. The letter is a discussion paper on a new regulatory proposal to implement recent amendments to the Drainage Act, which received Royal Assent on July 21, 2020 as part of Bill 197, the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act.
Listed below is the February 2021 issue of Northern Policy Institute. The 67 page article written by Anthony Noga discusses the differences of governing in Northern Ontario and the benefits of change. We are publishing this article on the website for resident information purposes only.
Northern Policy Institute letter is listed below to collect data across Northern Ontario via surveys. If you have time to complete any of the surveys listed, it would be appreciated.
A resident inquired as to lack of reliable internet service in the area and were any government funds being allocated for this area to improve service. A letter was written to TBAYTEL on the resident's behalf, and the response from TBAYTEL is published below.
Disaster Recovery Assistance for Residents
Contact the LSB Secretary/Treasurer to find out if you’re eligible and apply for financial help after a natural disaster.
Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians (DRAO) is a program that can help you recover costs after a natural disaster. We may activate DRAO for damage to private property if there’s a sudden, unexpected natural event, such as a flood or tornado that causes costly and widespread damage in your area.
If you are eligible, you could be reimbursed for: