- Government grant programs for the development of high-speed Internet networks require the Internet speeds available in your area to be documented.
- For this purpose, we are compiling the results of three speed tests, at three different times:
- once between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
- once between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
- once between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
- By participating in this test and completing this form, you hereby give express consent to allow the data that you provide, as well as all the information collected in connection with the speed tests, including the geolocated address of the place where the speed test was conducted, to be analyzed and subsequently shared with the regions/municipalities and the various service providers operating in this area.
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The market showcases area growers, artists, artisans, makers and bakers, organizations, service groups, and businesses. Plus gives residents and tourists the opportunity to shop local.
Fall Roast Beef Dinner held at Calabogie United Church in the Hall from 4 to 6:30 pm
All are invited to Celebrate the turning on of the Christmas LIghts at Heritage Point at 6:30 pm on Friday Nov 15th Sing along to your favourite Carols, enjoy Hot Chocolate, Apple Cider, Cookies and Roast Marshmallows
Calabogie, Ontario, Canada
Calabogie United Church holds it annual Christmas Bazaar from 11:30 to 3 pm. A light lunch of homemade soup, sandwiches and dessert will be served
Ham & Turkey Dinner complete with homemade desserts.
Sale of all kinds of items for sale including books and children's toys. Sale starts on Sat at 8 am and goes to 1 pm Donations may be dropped of at the Church Hall on Friday morning from 9 to noon
The Strawberry Social includes a light lunch and strawberry desserts. Come and enjoy this event in our decorated Hall
Come and enjoy dinner while taking part in a murder mystery.
Come and enjoy our annual all you can eat fish fry.
Come and enjoy our annual Roast Beef Dinner.
Come and enjoy our Bazaar with local vendors from 11:30 to 3 pm A light lunch will be served.
Even though there is some rain in the forecast, it is not enough to lift the ban. There will need to be at least four days of continuous rain in order to lift the ban.
TICKET FINES FOR BURNING
$500 as per Burn By-Law 81-2016 Schedule A Item 14
$110 Surcharge - Provincial Offences Act
$5 Court fee - Provincial Offences Act
$615 TOTAL Part one ticket fine
In the event Fire Department personnel and vehicles are dispatched for the purpose of extinguishing an open air fire, further penalties (cost recovery) as established by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario will be charged. Currently $477/apparatus per hour plus firefighter wages.
While a Level Two (2) fire ban is in effect, no person shall at any time set, maintain, or allow any open air fire of any kind other than:
- enclosed barbeques fueled by propane or charcoal
- outdoor furnaces
All Fire Permits are suspended; no new Fire Permits may be issued
NO campfires, fireworks, chimineas, chinese lanterns, ban busters, any open flame
NO BURNING OF ANY KIND
Fish Fry at Calabogie United Church from 4 to 6:30
Come to FISH FRY at Burnstown United Church from 4:30 to 7 PM on August 9, a Friday. Adults: $15, Children 5-12: $7 and Under 5: Free. Takeout available.
|1673 Burnstown Road|
Burnstown, Ontario, Canada
Giant Huge Yard Sale
|25991 Hwy 41|
Griffith , Ontario, Canada
Light lunch with strawberry desserts from noon to 3:30 pm
Food Fashion and Fun!
|Griffith Community Hall Hwy 41 |
Griffith, Ontario, Canada
Burnstown church is holding spring sale for perennials, baking and bargains.
|1673 Bursntown Road|
Burnstown, Ontario, Canada
|Jane de Snaijer|
St. Joeph's is hosting a Dine and Paint Night and the Calabogie Community Hall on Friday May 10, 2019 from 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm.
Tickets are $50.00 / Person.
A message from OPG regarding Open House.
The Madawaska River flooding situation in Renfrew County is changing rapidly. The Township of Greater Madawaska has declared a State of Emergency. In the interest of public safety, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has decided to postpone the scheduled Thursday May 2nd Calabogie Generating Station Redevelopment Open House to a future date that will be communicated in a timely way. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thank you for your understanding.
Senior Environmental Advisor - OPG
Environmental Planning Leader – Arcadis
SATURDAY, DEC 8TH
Calabogie Peaks Resort
Annual Christmas Market on December 8th, 2018.
This is the perfect opportunity to search out one of a kind unique gifts that are hand crafted by local artisans and crafters from across the Ottawa Valley!
Join us for the special Hall-iday Show Series with the Ontario Festival of Small Halls! On Friday, December 7, at 7:30 p.m. Comedian Jimmy the Janitor - all the way from the East Coast - will perform his clean comedy show at the DACA Community Centre in Dacre!
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Games start at 7:30 p.m. 10 games $25.00, 3 games $50.00 and 2 games $500.00. Hwy #41, Griffith 613-333-1423
The Inaugural Meeting of Council is being held on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2:00 pm
Calabogie Community Centre
574 Mill Street, Calabogie
Declaration of Office/Oath of Affirmation or Allegiance
Inaugural ADdress by Mayor Brian Hunt
Presenstation to Former Coucil Members
Remarks and Presentation from Special Guests
Light refreshments will be available at the close of the meeting
Saturday, November 24
Come join us for our Christmas Bazaar from 11:30 to 3pm A Light Lunch of Soup and Sandwiches will also be served.
|1044 Madawaska St|
Calabogie, Ontario, Canada
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