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Southwest Middlesex Branding & Identity Announcement

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Today we are excited to launch our new logo, as we start to refresh our look in general. Our old logo was pretty great and we know that it is hard to think about change - we know many of you felt the same. And yet, here we are to explain why we decided to evolve. Firstly, it’s not change for the

Emergency Management in Canada: How Does It Work?

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In a country that borders on three oceans and spans six time zones, creating an emergency response system that works for every region is a huge challenge. That's why emergency management in Canada is a shared responsibility. That means everyone has an important role to play, including individuals

Southwest Middlesex Council Welcomes New Council Member – Amy Choi

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GLENCOE, ON - December 15, 2021 Southwest Middlesex Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Choi as the new Councillor. Ms. Choi will be filling the vacancy for Ward 2 created by the passing of Councillor Ian Carruthers. A Special Council Meeting on December 1, 2021, to fill the

Arena, Curling Club and Watermain Funding Received

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Southwest Middlesex receives funding from the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario for watermain replacement and renovations to the Glencoe Memorial Arena and Curling Club Southwest Middlesex, Ontario The Government of Canada, in partnership with the Government of Ontario and the

SWM What's New - June 23, 2021

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DISCUSSION ON JUNE 23, 2021 For further details on items discussed, please view the agenda Committee of Adjustment started the meeting with two matters being considered: Minor Variance for 4900 Olde Drive, which would allow for a dairy barn addition and manure storage, was approved. A consent

SWM What's New - June 9, 2021

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DISCUSSION ON JUNE 9, 2021 For further details on items discussed, please view the agenda A moment was taken at the start of the meeting to recognize the two national tragedies that have been in the news recently being the heart breaking news of the confirmation of the burial site of 215 children on