Public Notices & Proclamations
April 23, 2019 - Notice of Passing a By-law - Second Kitchen Zoing Amendment
April 1, 2019 - Notice of Public Meeting - Sign By-law Review
April 8, 2019 - Notice of Public Meeting - Allow Second Kitchen Zoning Amendment
August 16, 2018 - Notice of Surplus Property
March 12, 2018 - Notice of Public Meeting - Intention to Adopt the 2018 Municipal Budget
February 12, 2018 - Notice of Complete Application and Public Meeting Concerning a Proposed Plan of Subdivision
January 24, 2018 - Notice of An Open House Regarding a Proposed Plan of Subdivision
Proclamations Made by Council
The following are a list of proclamations recently passed by Council (beginning with the most recent). Please contact the Assistant to the Clerk, ext. 120, should you have any questions.
By Resolution 2018.14.10 Loyalist Township Declares the week of October 28 to November 3, 2018 as "English as a Second Language Week". For 45 years, Teachers of English as a Second Language (TESL) Ontario has held its Annual Conference to provide professional development for the ESL educators, administrators, students and volunteers who make it possible for immigrants, refugees, citizens, and visitors to learn the English language. This year their conference, "Synergies of Language and Life", will be held November 1st & 2nd, 2018. Last year's TESL Ontario Conference attracted more than 800 attendees.
By Resolution 2018.13.12 Loyalist Township Proclaims October 16, 2018 as "Child Care Worker & Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day" This annual awareness day recognizes the education, skills, commitment and dedication of Early Childhood Educators (ECEs) and child care staff, and each year is proclaimed by municipalities and school boards across Ontario. Many groups are recognized by way of municipal resolution. Such a day allows us to acknowledge the important contributions of child care workers and ECEs.
By Resolution 2018.7.21 Loyalist Township Officially Recognize's Saturday, June 2, 2018 as National Health & Fitness Day.
National Health and Fitness Day was formalized into law after the passing of Bill S-211 in 2014. The goal of National Health & Fitness Day is to make Canada the Fittest Nation on Earth and to build healthier and more active communities.
Officially Recognize April 24, 2018 as Walk for Values Day
Resolution Number 2018.5.9- April 9, 2018
This is a walkathon which was started in the town of Malvern, ON., in 2003 by the Parent Council of the Sathya Sai School of Canada, a private elementary school, registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education. The school’s thrust is Education in Human Values, where the staff, parents, students and volunteers all focus on integrating human values into the regular curriculum. In 2004, this Walk became a national event being conducted annually in the cities of Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, and Coquitlam where representatives from Vancouver, Surrey, and Abbotsford join together with the City’s Teddy Bear Parade. In 2007, it continued at Dundas Square, in downtown Toronto and in 2007, it also became international when it was done in Australia in 5 major cities on a national scale. Today it has spread over 4 continents in 30 major cities across the world.The uniqueness of the event is that it is not a fundraiser. Rather, each participant resolves to make the community richer by pledging to practice a value of his or her choice. In this way, it is a “walk of love” aimed at making our city, one citizen at a time, richer in our commitment to human values as a first step towards raising our social conscience.
Officially Recognize May 20-26 2018 as National Public Work Week
Resolution Number 2018.04.23- March 26, 2018
Since 1960, public works officials in Canada and the United States have celebrated National Public Works Week. This annual observance, which takes places during the third full week in May, is designed to educate the public regarding the importance of our nations public infrastructure and services.
Eating Disorder Awareness Week is a time to increase awareness about eating disorders, their impact and to shed light on the dangerous and pervasive myths that surround them. It is a time of year when Canadians can learn more about eating disorders and about the resources that are available for individuals and family members who are impacted by them. For additional information visit National Eating Disorder Information Centre website www.nedic.ca.