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A day to remember and honour those workers who have died, been injured or suffered illness in the workplace. It is also a day we renew our commitment to the promotion of healthy and safe workplaces and the prevention of future fatalities. As a visible tribute to the day, the CN Tower will be lit in yellow – a colour symbolic of hope – at sunset on April 28th. For more inforomation visit http://www.wsibdayofmourning.ca

 

Drivers are asked to follow these steps to make our roadways safe for everyone this season:

 

 - Slow down in construction zones
 - Don’t text - pay attention
 - Obey road closure signs and follow posted detour routes
 - Refrain from encroaching onto municipal road allowances
 - Road closures are applicable to vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists
 - Obey the signs and flag persons
 - Refrain from tracking mud onto the roads

 

Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring our construction crews make it home safely to their families.


Sponsored by the Oxford County Service Sharing Committee

 

 

Residential Property owners will receive their Property Assessment Notices starting April 18th

 

Farm Property Assessment Notices will be mailed October 11th

 

Multi Residential and Business Notices will be mailed October 11th

 

The new assessments will serve as the basis for calculating property taxes for 2017 - 2020

 

To appeal or to get more information on your Assessent Contact

 

View the Presentation to Council at the 11 April 2016 Council Meeting

Click here to vote.

 

Voting is now underway.

 

The Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum is a Finalist in this new province-wide award competition. We are in the running for Top Small Museum/Art Gallery/Historic Site.

 

Like the People's Choice Award, the decision as to the winner will be determined by the number of votes each attraction receives. Voting commenced on Super Tuesday March 1st and will continue until Back To School Tuesday September 6

 

The nominees for all the different award categories can be found on the Attractions Ontario website: http://www.attractionsontario.ca/ontarioschoice 

 

Unlike casting a ballot, with this contest you can vote as many times as you like. The more votes which you and your circle of influence cast for the Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum, the greater our odds will be of winning the award. 

 

Attractions Ontario will be running different advertising campaigns to promote the contest and therefore I anticipate that a number of out-of-town visitors will be coming to Ingersoll to see what we ALL have to offer.

 
 
 

Read about the mayor's visit to Toronto from the Various News Feeds.

 

Global News

 
 
 

Ingersoll - our heritage, your future

 

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130 Oxford Street (2nd Floor)
Ingersoll, ON
N5C 2V5 

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Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm

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