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Town of Wasaga Beach

Town of Wasaga Beach
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    Welcome to Wasaga Beach, the worlds longest freshwater beach!
  • Enjoying the sun sand and water as Wasaga Beach Enjoying the sun sand and water as Wasaga Beach
    Welsome to Wasaga Beach, Sand, Water and Fun included!
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  • Wasaga Beach Yours to Discover Wasaga Beach Yours to Discover
    Wasaga Beach, the place to be to relax, discover, learn, believe, soar!
  • Natures trail - deer on a walk Natures trail - deer on a walk
    Wasaga Beach offers over 100 kilometres of trails for hiking, cycling and in the winter months, cross country skiing. Keep watch and you may see one of our many deer!
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    Nottawasaga river in the fall

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  • ​Some voters have had questions regarding accessing the voting website.  The voting website address is included in the Voting Information Letter you received.  Only use this official voting website address by typing it directly, and exactly, into the address bar, NOT the search engine bar (i.e. google, yahoo, bing) and do not include “http” at the start.  If you need assistance  or did not receive a Voting Information Letter, please contact the Town’s Election Help Line or come to Town Hall and the staff will be happy to assist.  If you have received a letter not addressed to you, please “return it to sender” or drop it off at Town Hall. 

    For voters voting by telephone, please listen to the instructions carefully. Make your selections and only press the # key (number sign/pound key) when you are finished making your selections for each race – the # sign is your voting key.  Alternatively, please come to the Town Hall for voting assistance or the RecPlex on Monday and we’ll be happy to assist you.

    This is your community – Have a say – Please Vote! – Twyla Nicholson, Town Clerk.

  • ​Wasaga Beach Mayor Cal Patterson along with Jim Wilson, MPP, Simcoe-Grey met with Bill Mauro, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry yesterday at Queens Park to discuss concerns the Town of Wasaga Beach has with Wasaga Beach Provincial Park.  This was a follow-up to a meeting in August with the Minister.  The Mayor was assisted in making his points by a video produced by the Wasaga West Beach Association.

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Upcoming Meetings

Start Time
ELECTION DAY10/27/2014 12:00 AM
Historical Advisory Committee10/27/2014 2:00 PM
Committee of the Whole11/4/2014 7:00 PM


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