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    • Difficulties with 613 632-0106

      The Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury is going ahead and will migrate to a new 'IP' type telephone service on January 18, 2022. Until then, we are experiencing a small glitch with only one line at the time for incoming calls. You can of course contact Town Hall staff at our regular number, 613 632-0106, but the employee will write down your contact details and will contact you after your initial conversation.

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    • Notice of late billing of charges for water, sewer and garbage collection

      Notice of late billing of charges for water, sewer and garbage collection

      Due to circumstances related to COVID-19, the billing of charges for water, sewer and garbage collection for the period from October to December 2021 will be processed late. Therefore, the payment due date will be extended to February 11, 2022.

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    • Sports Complex closed

      As part of the response to the Omicron variant and following the provincial government's announcement regarding Ontario temporarily moving into Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen with modifications, the Sports Complex is now CLOSED until further notice.

      Please note that you can access Town Hall by appointment only.

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    • Online survey to help inform the goals and policies for the new Official Plan

      Opportunities for public input on the Official Plan Review will be provided during the review process.

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    • New measures effective Sunday, December 19, 2021

      In Response to the rising Omicron Cases across Ontario. the government has announced the following new measures, effective Sunday, December 19, 2021:

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  • As part of its emergency plan and eager to offer an effective tool of good quality to its citizens, the Town of Hawkesbury has acquired an alert and communication system service WITH NO USER FEE FOR ITS CITIZENS.

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Jun 2021

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The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) requires municipalities to allow access to documents and personal information under their control and custody.

The Act enumerates exemptions that may apply to certain records resulting in refusing their disclosure.

The delay for the clerk to answer a demand is 30 days unless an extension is required.

Applicable fees

Regulation 823 of the Act lists all the fees that may apply to a request.

List of different fees
Application fee $5.00 to be paid when the demand is submitted
Search time for the records $7.50 for each 15 minutes spent by any person
Preparation of record for disclosure $7.50 for each 15 minutes spent by any person
Development of computer program or other method of producing a record from a machine readable record $15.00 for each 15 minutes spent by any person
Any additional costs in locating, retrieving, processing and copying the record Actual costs
Disks/CDs $10.00 each
Photocopying and computer print-outs $0.20 per page

Fees estimate

An estimate will be given to the requester if the fees should exceed $25.00. If fees exceed $100.00, a 50% deposit may be asked from the requester.

Appeal rights

The requester has the right to appeal the decision rendered by the clerk within 30 days from the notice of decision to the Information and Privacy Commissioner.  Appeal fees are $25 for a request for general records, $10 for a request to personal information and $10 for a request for correction of personal information.


Download the required pdfform to submit a request.

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