Please note, that once you click on the Zoom Link you will be entered into a waiting room; the host will then give you access to the meeting however your microphone and camera will be turned off by the host. Thank you.
The following closures are due to the provincial lockdown effective December 26th, 2020 at 12:01 a.m.
The Town of Thessalon Municipal Office will be CLOSED for the Holidays December 24, 2020 at Noon and will re-open on January 4, 2021. However, the Municipal Office will remain CLOSED to the public until further notice
The Town of Thessalon requires members to serve on the following Boards and Committees. If you are interested please complete the application linked below and submit by e-mail or to the Municipal Office on or before December 17, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
The Tri-Neighbours Board of Management has a position available for a Member at Large to sit on the Board. The successful candidate will represent the interests and concerns of the residents of the Town of Bruce Mines, the Township of Plummer Additional and the Town of Thessalon, as they apply to the operation of the Tri-Neighbours Board of Management. Meetings are held monthly and rotate between the three municipalities. This is a volunteer, 2 year appointment approved by each of the three municipalities bu resolution.
HNCEA and AWIC are working together to produce short virtual townhalls that focus on specific topics and give local businesses a chance to ask more questions than they would in larger, province-wide webinars and teleconferences.
The first one will be held over Zoom next Tuesday, the 23rd from 10 to 11 AM. There is also a dial-in option for those who do not have internet.
This first townhall will give local tourism and related service sector businesses, such as restaurant owners, an opportunity to learn, ask questions and voice their concerns. The town hall will focus on the human side of reopening, such as consumer sentiment and how to attract customers back while making them feel safe.
We are lucky enough to have two excellent speakers, Agatha Podgorski, Director of Community Engagement for the Culinary Tourism Alliance and David MacLachlan, Executive Director of Destination Northern Ontario.
To make sure the voices and experiences of Algoma citizens are represented in this Canada-wide initiative, we encourage everyone to take 5 minutes and complete the survey.
The survey asks questions about how the pandemic has affected physical and mental health, as well as social and economic well being. Canadian officials plan to use this information to assess the needs of communities, and put suitable support measures in place during and after the pandemic.
Recognizing the exceptional circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Shore Health Network has suspended all parking fees at the Blind River site, effective April 14, 2020.
As a token of appreciation for the continued efforts of our workers and providers, April parking fees will also be waived.
It is requested that patients only visit the Emergency Departments at this time if in need of urgent care.
Individuals experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 including: fever, chills or weakness, new or worsening cough, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, extreme fatigue, runny nose and/or joint aches are encouraged to contact the NSHN COVID-19 Assessment Centre through either of the following methods: • Call 705-356-2265 or toll-free 1-888-425-0321: Blind River Location: Ext. 2661 Thessalon Location: Ext. 2662 • Submit the online form at: www.nshn.care/covid19
If you are feeling unwell and not sure if you should be tested, call Telehealth Ontario (1-866-797-0000) or call Algoma Public Health (1-866-892-0172 ext 5404). If you need immediate medical attention, please call 911 and mention your travel history and symptoms.