Latest News in North Middlesex
Welcome Dr. Craig Olmstead
After 35+ years of service to the Municipality of North Middlesex, Dr. Thorpe is transitioning his practice to Dr. Craig Olmstead. As of June 1st, 2021, Dr. Olmstead will be transitioning Dr. Thorpe's existing patients.

In the coming future, Dr. Olmstead’s goal is to be accepting new patients within the community, Residents can access information on Dr. Olmstead's practice and sign-up on the waitlist through the link provided below:
Help Celebrate Dr. Thorpe's Retirement!
On Monday, May 31st, a goodbye DRIVE BY party is being organized to celebrate Dr. Thorpe’s retirement. Interested participants can meet, in their cars, at the Grace Bible Chapel. If you want to decorate your car (and this is encouraged), please come at 11:30 am. The official drive-by will begin at 12 pm.

If you have any further questions please call Kate Scrimgeour at (519) 240-5516.
Outdoor Recreation Amenities Open!
As of May 22nd, the Ontario Government is allowing more outdoor recreational amenities to reopen for physical activity such as golf courses, tennis courts, skateboarding parks and sports fields, with restrictions in place.

Our outdoor recreational amenities are now open for use as long as;

  • individuals maintain social distancing
  • team sports are not practiced/played
Crisis Transportation for Youth
This joint project between Star Taxi, MINDS of London-Middlesex and CMHA Elgin Middlesex provides transitional aged youth (typically 16-25 years old) living in rural Middlesex (boundaries include Lucan-Parkhill).

This service provides free taxi service from home to the 24/7 Mental Health and Addiction Crisis Centre at 648 Huron Street, London and back.

Youth in crisis can contact Reach Out, which offers information, support and crisis services (call or text 519-433-2023 or web chat at
Volunteer Recognition Nominations
Do you know someone in the community that has made significant contributions? These contributions may be subtle, quiet acts of kindness on an ongoing basis while others contribute in higher profile endeavours, both very deserving of recognition.

Let us recognize them with our new Volunteer Recognition Campaign! Nominations are being accepted from April 1st, 2021 to June 30th, 2021.
Enjoy the Great Outdoors
Did you know you can now borrow Day Use Vehicle passes for Ontario Parks? Reserve today from the Middlesex County Library.

These passes can be borrowed once by each cardholder and borrowed for up to 7 days.
Planning on Having a Fire?
The Open Air Burning Bylaw regulates when, where and how you can have outdoor fires. Following these regulations ensures you do not create a nuisance for neighbours. The regulations stipulate many restrictions including the hours open burning is allowed, the maximum size of a fire, the material that can be burned, wind conditions and mandatory safety precautions.
Invest in Middlesex
Business Profile
Parkhill Meats

Following their immigration to Canada 18 years ago, Yaser Al Qayem and his family saw that there was a need for more quality meat options in Southwestern Ontario and set out with a plan to develop their own business.

Located in the north of Middlesex County, Parkhill Meats has built a reputation as a high-quality local meat producer with Halal certification.

Parkhill Meats prides themselves on having good relationships with their local farmers, customers and value the access to a strong local workforce that their location in Middlesex County provides.
Need Assistance To Your COVID Vaccination?
Middlesex County, in partnership with Voyago, will be operating a free shuttle service to help ensure vulnerable and low-income residents access COVID-19 vaccinations and other medical appointments. On May 25, a free shuttle service will begin operating door-to-door service, 7 days a week, to get you to your #COVID19Vaccine or other medical appointments.
Through funding provided by the Province of Ontario’s Social Service Relief Fund (SSRF), this shuttle service is intended for Middlesex County residents who have limited transportation options, who face barriers to accessible transportation, and who cannot afford transportation to vaccination appointments, medical clinics, or hospitals. 
Waste Transfer Station is Open
Waste Transfer Station Dates 2021

Although our Annual Spring Clean-up is past did you know our Waste Transfer Station is open for all your waste disposing needs!

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, June 2nd & 16th
12 pm - 3 pm

Saturday, June 12th
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Support Our Community
Craigwiel Gardens- Building a New Craigholme

Donate today to help build a fully modernized Craigholme that will significantly enhance the quality of life, comfort and safety for every resident.

Craigholme has the heart, the training and the skills to care for and support a wide range of resident care needs, but our facility’s outdated infrastructure poses a challenge.
Have You Considered Pre-Authorized Payments?
How It Works
With your permission, your payments can be withdrawn automatically from your chequing account. Your payments are recorded automatically and individually on your bank statement or passbook.

It's a modern, easy method to make those recurring bill payments without the inconvenience of writing a cheque, the increasing cost of postage or that trip to pay the bills.