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Go North Middlesex Stars!

Come show your support for the North Middlesex Stars as they continue to battle for the championship this season. Below are the following home games for the "Battle of the West" at the North Middlesex Arena (256 McLeod St, Parkhill).

For future updates on upcoming games, ensure to follow their website to not miss out on the action. Go Stars!!

Game Schedule
Municipal Updates & Notices

Nominations Open May 2nd @ 8:30 am - Municipal Election 2022

Mark your calendars! As of May 2nd, 2022, at 8:30 am, candidates are able to file their nomination papers to the Office of the Clerk for the upcoming Municipal Elections.

Nominations for the Municipality of North Middlesex will be accepted for the offices of:

  • Mayor One position to be elected at large
  • Deputy Mayor One position to be elected at large
  • Councillor Five positions (One for each of the five wards)

To learn more about candidate eligibility and how to file for nomination, visit our Municipal Elections webpage.

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Candidate Information

Calling All Youth! Young Entrepreneurs Business Plan Contest 2022

The Middlesex Workforce Development Partnership's Young Entrepreneurs Business Plan Contest is back! If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, then this competition is for you!

Submit your business plan by May 23rd, 2022 for your chance to win an HP CHROMEBOOK! Be sure to abide by the requirements and follow the guidelines. 

Eligible Age Categories

  • Youth Ages 8 - 12
  • Youth Ages 13 -18
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Contest Entry Form & Guidelines

Annual Spring Hydrant Flush 2022

The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) will commence the 2022 Spring Flushing of Water Mains for the Municipality of North Middlesex.

When: April 19th to May 31st, 2022 (Monday to Friday)

You may experience discoloured water coming from your tap. If this happens, we suggest you try the following:

  • Remove the tap aerators off your taps and flush the cold water house lines until it runs clear.
  • Flush out your hot water tanks to remove the accumulated iron that precipitates out in the tank (iron may decrease the efficiency of your water tank)

You may experience lower than normal pressure due to flushing activities. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. OCWA will continue to work on the flushing programs to ensure consumer satisfaction.

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Public Notice

North Middlesex, Your Local Transit Awaits!

Did you know Huron Shores Area Transit connects North Middlesex to Grand Bend and Strathroy? Check out their newest schedule update that runs every Tuesday and Thursday for only $5.00.  Children 12 and under are free!

Route 4 will now connect Grand Bend, Parkhill, and Ailsa Craig with the Walmart Supercentre & Shops on Sydenham in Strathroy.

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View Schedule

Are You On The Voters List?


Visit to confirm your municipal voting information in a few easy steps. You can also change your school support for electoral purposes and add names to your property address.

Voter Information
Community Events & Activities

Marie Bottrell Celebrates Mother’s Day

Ye Old Towne Hall

When: Sunday, May 8th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Where: Ye Old Towne Hall (160 Main St, Ailsa Craig)

Marie Bottrell is considered one of the great Canadian Country Music. She received Big Country awards for 'outstanding performance, country female singer' (1979) and best country single ('The Star' 1980), and CCMA awards for female vocalist of the year (1983, 1984). She was nominated annually 1979-86 for Juno awards as a country female singer. Bottrell was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010. That year she played the lead role in the tribute show "Patsy Cline: The Legend." In 2017 she performed at the CMA Ontario Awards gala.

Tickets & Information
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North Middlesex Farmers Market Returns

Set your reminders! The North Middlesex Farmer's Market will be returning this season every first and third Saturday starting on May 21st, 2022, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. 

Their new location for the season is at the ball diamonds across from the YMCA in Parkhill (256 McLeod St, Parkhill). Come support a variety of local vendors- there is something there for everyone!

If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Debbie Wiseman at (519) 859-4778. They are currently looking for, but are not limited to, bread, baked goods and wine/cider vendors.

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VON Country Breakfast

Join the VON for a homecooked Country Breakfast cooked by the local firefighters on Sunday, June 5th, 2022 from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm at the Ailsa Craig Recreation Centre (155 Annie Ada Shipley St, Ailsa Craig). All funds raised support VON services in our community.

  • Pricing: $10.00 per/ person, $5.00 12 & under, and FREE 4 & under
  • Menu: Omelette Bar, Eggs Benedict, & Breakfast Sandwich Station
  • Homemade Goods for Sale
Event Details
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Burn Responsibly

It’s that time of year when we all want to get outdoors and prepare our yards for spring. Remember that while controlled recreational fires are permitted in residential areas of North Middlesex, burning yard waste is not. In rural areas, some yard materials may be burned with specific rules in place.


Be sure to check the Open Air Burning By-law to make sure you are following the guidelines, and to keep yourself and your family safe.The Open Air Burning By-law regulates when, where, and how to 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.

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Concerns About Roads, Parks & Facilities? Let Us Know!

Notice municipal parks or property in need of repair or attention?

If you have non-urgent or general concerns about roads, parks or municipal facilities, you can report a concern at any time through our website.

For an immediate response, please contact the Municipality of North Middlesex.

Feedback Form 
Dates to Remember

Meetings of Council

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, May 4th & 18th

@ +/- 6 pm


Watch Live

Waste Transfer Station

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, May 4th & 18th

12 pm to 3 pm

Saturday May 14th

8:30 am to 1:00 pm

2022 Schedule