Marci Csumrik                                                                                                
13+ years experience with Remax Orillia.  Great knowledge of the local market and Trent Severn Waterway.  A true professional with your lifestyle in mind!  Serving Orillia, Oro-Medonte, Severn, Washago, and Ramara. 
Visit  www.marci.ca
St. James' Anglican Church

St. James' Anglican Church, located at 58 Peter St. N., is pleased to announce our Spiritual Growth Centre, where a series of workshops are being held. For more information contact  spiritualgrowthcentre@stjamesorillia.com
You can also check  www.stjamesorillia.com or call 705-325-2742 church office.
  Geneva Event Centre
When you're looking for an event centre that provides so many choices of entertainment, you'll trust Geneva Event Centre to deliver just that.  Hosting live music performances, private parties, community events, art shows, and everything in between-we are fully licensed to offer a variety of adult refreshments and in-house catering services.  For bookings & inquiries, check out Geneva Event Centre: www.genevaeventcentre.ca | 705-327-3696 | info@genevaeventcentre.ca  

"Enjoy the journey and the day. And don't lose the passion and the love for what you do." 
-Nadia Comaneci
Tuesday, May 14h, 2019.
In This Issue
Table of Contents

Information Orillia: Great Canadian Giving Challenge
Throughout June

Have you heard of the Great Canadian Giving Challenge? Happening all June, every dollar you donate to our charity qualifies us to win $10,000. Get all the details at www.givingchallenge.ca

Did You Know?
Message Board

Information Orillia is working together with the City of Orillia to streamline information sharing by partnering on our events calendar. 

To include your event, follow this link.  

The info is accessible online and through the City's free PingStreet mobile app .

To post on The HUB please contact info@informationorillia.org
Order With Us!

The Month Of


May 12: Mother's Day

May 20: Victoria Day


Orillia Museum of Art & History: May is Museum Month
Throughout May


May is Museum Month!

The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH), invites you to join us in celebrating museum month!

May is Museum Month is a program of the Ontario Museum Association and celebrated by Ontario's 700+ museums, galleries, and heritage sites. Museum Month is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of museums to their communities.

We are proud to be the hub for the significant and growing arts, local history and cultural community in Orillia and surrounding area by offering exciting and innovative exhibits, events, programming and activities that reach out and engage all citizens, seasonal residents and visitors. We have many exciting events and programs this month, click here to check out our events calendar

Thank you to the generosity of our patrons and stakeholders, we are able to offer engaging exhibitions and programmes. Thanks to community support, we are able to offer youth programmes such as portfolio development and Create and Curate. We would be honoured if you could support OMAH by becoming a donor today! 

Did you know that The Orillia Museum of Art & History turned 20 this year? Celebrate OMAH's 20th birthday by donating 20 dollars a month!

If you have any questions about donating, please contact our Executive Director, Ninette Gyorody, by phone 705-326-2159 extension 101 or by  email.

OMAH is open Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm

30 Peter Street South
Orillia, Ont
L3V 5A9

Admission is free with a current membership or $5 per person (children under 12 are free).
Admission includes entry to all exhibitions.

City of Orillia: Orillia 20/20 Winter Games Seeking Volunteers
February 27th to March 1st


TEA: St. Columbkille Church
May 25th 

City of Orillia: Orillia Lands on 2.5% Residential Property Tax For 2019
News Release

Orillia lands on 2.5% residential property tax for 2019
For immediate release (May 6, 2019) -  At its meeting on May 6, 2019, Council ratified tax policies that result in a blended residential tax rate of 2.5 per cent and 2.6 per cent respectively for multi residential, industrial and commercial properties.
The blended tax rate is the net effect of the municipal tax levy increase and the education tax rates set by the Province. This relates to an approximate increase of $35 per $100,000 worth of property tax assessment for a residential home owner.
"The City of Orillia 2019 tax rate is the lowest it has been in a number of years. The City's financial footing is on solid ground and we are pleased to be able to maintain a low tax rate as we continue to invest in core infrastructure needs and future growth," said Mayor Steve Clarke.
The 2019 budget includes $1.2 million in revenue for assessment growth related to building activity minus reductions for assessment appeals. Growth in assessment is a positive trend the City anticipates continuing in 2019. However, in the next few years the City will be faced with higher than average assessment appeal costs that will put financial pressure on the City. The City is in a good position to address these potential assessment appeal costs through existing operating budgets and reserves.
"Council continues to ensure healthy contributions to reserves which allow the City to deal with these financial pressures, while also saving for future infrastructure and asset management needs," said Jim Lang, City Treasurer.
For more information on the City of Orillia 2019 Budget visit orillia.ca/budget.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.

Jim Lang
City Treasurer

Jennifer Ruff
M anager of 
705-238-9209 (cell)

City of Orillia: Orillia Extends Backyard Hens Pilot Another Four Years
News Release

Orillia residents can keep backyard hens for at least another four years. The City of Orillia is extending its pilot project for the keeping of backyard hens on certain properties until June 5, 2023.
"Extending the backyard hens pilot project another four years will hopefully encourage more residents to take part in the opportunity so that Council can further evaluate whether to make the program permanent," said Mayor Steve Clarke. "The initial two-year pilot resulted in only four hen coop licences being issued and Council agreed that more participants and time was needed to make a final decision."
The pilot project allows for a total of 12 hen coop licences throughout the City. With only four hen coops licences currently issued, eight licences are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
In addition, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs is developing educational programs for those wishing to keep urban chickens and for small-animal veterinarians. It is anticipated that these programs will be fully developed by the end of the extended four-year pilot project, at which time these resources will be available in Orillia.
The regulations for the extended pilot project remain the same. A hen coop may be located on a property that is zoned Rural (RU), Residential (R1, R2, R3, R4), Open Space One and Two (OS1, OS2). The property must be at least 500 sq. m. (approx. 5382 sq. ft.) in area to support a hen coop. No hen coop is permitted unless a valid licence has been issued by the City under the Hen Coop Licensing By-law. There is a one-time licensing fee of $100.
The original pilot project was initiated in response to requests by residents and in the interest of encouraging local food production. The original pilot began on June 5, 2017 and will expire on June 5, 2019.  The extended pilot will expire on June 5, 2023.
For more information visit the City's website at  orillia.ca/backyardhens  or contact the Legislative Services Division at 705-325-2313.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website atorillia.ca.
Shawn Crawford
Manager of Legislative Services
Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
705-238-9209 (cell)

City of Orillia: Council Approves Sale of Former Train Station At 150 Front St. S
News Release

Council approved the final step in the sale of a former train station located at 150 Front St. S. at its meeting on May 6, 2019.
The City-owned property was determined to not have a municipal use and was therefore deemed surplus to the City's needs in 2011.
"Council recognized the unique heritage features of the former train station and has protected these features by designating the property through the Ontario Heritage Act prior to sale," said Mayor Steve Clarke. "The purchaser, Tim Chow, presented Council with several potential opportunities for redevelopment of the site and we look forward to seeing this property revitalized."
The 150 Front St. S. property was most recently listed for sale in October 2018 at a listing price of $900,000 with a deadline for offers of Jan. 11, 2019. Several offers were received before one offer was selected by Council for further negotiations. Council passed the by-law authorizing the sale of the property to Chow on May 6, 2019. Details, such as the terms of the agreement and purchase price, will remain confidential until the property sale closes on Nov. 1, 2019.
"The accepted offer represents the highest value financially and exceeded the City's asking price," said Laura Thompson, Manager of Real Estate and Commercial Development.
Former tenant, the Orillia District Chamber of Commerce and Service Ontario, recently relocated to a new home at 575 West St. S. Current tenant Ontario Northland, which offers inter-city bus service, can continue to operate from their existing location until Oct. 31, 2019. The purchaser has also committed to speaking with the bus line to determine if there's an opportunity for them to stay on-site beyond this date. Ontario Northland has expressed an interest in having a continued presence in Orillia.
"Ontario Northland has minimal site requirements and we are confident that the City can assist them in finding another location in the downtown if they are not able to stay in their current location," said Thompson.
The City of Orillia investigated potential uses for the site, such as a municipal transit hub; however, several factors such as easements over the property, the heritage designation, the lack of direct access to a signalized intersection which has the effect of impeding turning movements for buses entering and leaving the site, and a lack of alternative access points to the site, revealed the site was not well suited for a transit hub.
Moving forward, the purchaser will be required to further complete their development concepts, and will be required to proceed through the applicable municipal approval process prior to starting work on the lands.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website atorillia.ca.
Laura Thompson
Manager of Real Estate and Commercial Development
Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
705-238-9209 (cell)

Community Development Corporation: Regional Tourism Investment Opportunities Meeting
June 11th

St James Anglican Church: Sam Steele Parade
June 23rd

Orillia Business Woman's Association: Thank You To Our Gala Attendee's
No Date

Downtown Orillia: Seeking Volunteers For Into The Green & Blues Street Festival
May 25th

Downtown Orillia: Into The Green & Blues Street Festival
May 25th

Empower Simcoe Launch Event
May 15th


Building Hope Country Gala
May 31st
Couchiching Jubilee House: Annual General Meeting
May 15th

Upcoming Events: List Created by Marilyn Wilson
Various Dates

Click Here for PDF to view the complete list of various events and important dates happening locally!  
Victims & Survivors of Crime Week: Kick-Off Video Viewing Event #BecauseIReachedOut Campaign
May 23rd

Orillia Concert Band: Hometown Proud Ft. Liz Anderson
May 25th

Calvary Pentecostal & Westmount Congregation: The Dofasco Male Chorus
May 27th 

Orillia Museum of Art & History: Mnjikaning- Mapping The Life of The Guardians
April 20th to September 1st


Mapping The Life Of The Gaudaurs

Saturday, April 20, 2019 to Sunday, September 1, 2019

The Upper Gallery
Opening reception: Thursday, April 25, 2019 7-9 pm
This exhibition will showcase the Gaudaur lineage through the family connection to the Atherley Narrows , civic contributions, and the family's sport legacy.
After the war of 1812, Quebec voyageur, Antoine Godard (Gaudaur) met Chippewa Chief Big Shilling's daughter, Mary, to settle down on one of the town's first homesteads to raise a family. Their second son, Francis Gaudaur was born on April 13, 1819. The Gaudaur bloodline now represents the extended family of French Canadian, British, Indigenous members who helped to build this community. Ultimately, we will meet the family and their descendants who made Orillia and area their home 200 years ago.

For more information about exhibitions, please contact Ninette Gyorody, Executive Director at 705-326-2159 x101 or by  email. 


Canadian Federation of University Women: House Tour & Tea For Scholarships
June 2nd



Community Development Corp Series Schedule
May  & June

Community Development Corp
Workshops in June

Social Media Influencer Marketing:  JUNE 5

Influencer marketing has taken the online world by storm in the past couple of years, and businesses of all shapes and sizes are getting in on the action.
By partnering with people who are considered influencers, businesses can gain visibility, expand their reach online, and drive more traffic to their website.

This interactive workshop will be lead by Arienne Parzei, travel videographer, writer & photographer, and Emily Baillie, Digital Marketing Professor & Entrepreneur.

Leadership, Management & Communication:  JUNE  1 1

Are you tired of high staff turnover?
Do you struggle to be heard by your team?
This workshop will teach effective communication and show you how to improve your business' bottom line through outstanding management and leadership!

Presented by Risha Yorke, success coach and business consultant,  Yorke Motivational Consulting.

Community Development Corp Workshops/Events
Various Dates

Application Deadline: May 15

Georgian College: Ramp Up To Employment
May 14th to May 30th



St Paul's: Project Connect- Community Educational Workshops

May 7th to June 11th




Couchiching Jubilee House:
Commences May 24th 

Orillia Community Kitchen Workshops
Various Dates

Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30pm
St. Paul's Centre, 62 Peter Street N
For more Information, Contact:

stpaulscentre.ca - orillia community kitchen

Wed, May 15, 2019 Turkey and Veggie stuffed Pita: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 29, 2019 Colourful Quinoa Salad: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 22, 2019 Fish and Fresh Herbs Veggie Packets: sample The Canada Food Guide

Orillia & District Literacy Council: Learn Computer Basics For Job Search



Helping Hands Seeking Volunteers

Information Orillia Volunteer Database

To suggest on opportunity,  click here .

Information Orillia is the Orillia and area's official volunteer centre. We are a proud member of Volunteer Canada and the Ontario Volunteer Centre Network. Information Orillia organizes and maintains a volunteer database that allows organizations to post new opportunities and allows volunteers to access those opportunities.

Services for volunteers:  IO's volunteer database allows volunteers to  create a volunteer profile  that allows organizations to contact them directly. In addition, our organization provides volunteers with counselling, referrals and training via workshops and appointments. 

Services for organizations:  IO's volunteer database allows organizations to post opportunities, access volunteer profiles, as well as other volunteer resources such as registration templates and screening tools. For more information about software that helps to manage volunteer recognition and recruitment,  website .

To book an appointment with our Manger of Volunteer and Youth Engagement Services, Sukhi Kaur, call 705-326-7743 or email.


City of Orillia: New Website, Video Promotes Business in Orillia
News Release

  A new website and video developed by the City of Orillia Economic Development Department promotes Orillia as a place where business truly meets pleasure!
"Economic development is, and will continue to be, a top priority for Council," said Mayor Steve Clarke. "Orillia has so many great opportunities and a quality of life second-to-none, so it is important that we continue to reach out and promote all that we have to offer using current and relevant tools."
Designed around frequently asked questions from potential investors and developers, the updated "Doing Business" section of the City of Orillia website was recently launched by the economic development office. The new web portal features a user interface based on feedback from the development community and includes a number of features to assist investors in accessing key information quickly in order to make Orillia a business destination.
Beyond the 'Why Orillia' value proposition, developers are typically interested in things like: recent development activity, inquiries about available serviced land, and information related to development incentives offered by the community. The site also features a lands database function, which gives browsers a direct link to local properties listed for sale and lease through the Lakelands Real Estate Board. The database is updated daily.
"The new site is built intuitively, to provide answers to key questions and to give easy access to other important business resource materials, all within a couple of clicks," said Dan Landry, Manager of Business Retention, Expansion and Industrial Development. "We've also incorporated a fresh, modern look with updated visuals and links to videos that tell the story of all that Orillia has to offer."
One of the videos is the second in a series currently being produced by the economic development team, which focuses on attracting commercial and industrial development. As well as being a key link on the new website, the video will also be used in social media campaigns and trade show initiatives the department has planned.
"The City and the region are both very attractive to developers and investors right now. These tools will help us to put our best foot forward and make sure Orillia is considered favorably," said Landry.
Visit the new website at businessinorillia.ca . A link to the new video is available on the landing page and on the City of Orillia YouTube channel. For more information, contact Dan Landry, Manager of Business Retention, Expansion and Industrial Development, at 705-325-4900.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.
Dan Landry
Manager of Business Retention, Expansion
and Industrial Development
Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
705-238-9209 (cell)
City of Orillia: Mayor Clarke Presents Grants to Three Local Organizations
News Release

  Mayor Steve Clarke presented grants to three local organizations as part of the 2019 general grants program at Orillia City Centre on May 1, 2019.
"The City of Orillia is proud to support these organizations who contribute greatly to the betterment of the Orillia community," said Mayor Steve Clarke. "Orillia is fortunate to have such dedicated volunteers and community groups who continually give of their time towards worthy causes and events."
Grant recipients:
Orillia Silver Band- $750.00
RACE Against Drugs Orillia- $1000.00
Knights of Columbus- $500.00
This is the first installment of the 2019 general grants program. The total City of Orillia grants budget for 2019 is $32,000.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.

Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
705-238-9209 (cell)

Mayor Steve Clarke, Coun. Pat Hehn and Coun. Ralph Cipolla present representatives from the Orillia Silver Band, RACE Against Drugs Orillia and Knights of Columbus with grants as part of the 2019 City of Orillia general grants program on May 1, 2019.

City of Orillia: Manage Water Usage With Orillia's New Customer Portal
News Release 
The City of Orillia has launched a new online customer portal that makes managing your water usage as easy as turning on the tap.
The Water Usage Customer Portal is available to Orillia residents and businesses that have a water and sewer billing account with the City of Orillia. This user-friendly portal allows you to monitor your water usage, understand current and previous billing, optimize water conservation through real-time water usage monitoring, and customize alerts that notify you of water consumption which can help identify potential problems such as leaking toilets and taps.
"The City of Orillia continues to implement innovative technology to make our operations more efficient and enhance the customer experience of our residents. The Water Usage Customer Portal is leading-edge technology that provides real-time, personalized information about household water usage that enables you to make better informed decisions on water consumption and identifies potential plumbing problems before they become a costly issue," said Mayor Steve Clarke.
Sign-up for this free portal and start tracking water usage at orillia.ca/waterusage or under the Online Services tab on the City's homepage orillia.ca . All you need to sign-up is an email address, your water account number and your name exactly as it appears on your water bill. 
In 2018, Orillia Council approved a project to automate the City's water meter reading process, whereby readings would be attained automatically, removing the need for contracted services to obtain the readings. Transmitters attached to a customer's home or building relay water consumption data through a wireless communications platform and are received by the City's water utility's database. A further benefit to this automated system is the elimination of estimated water billing.  Previously, the City billed residential customers quarterly based on reading meters twice per year and estimating usage per year on an alternating cycle. Now residential readings are actual readings on a quarterly basis with no estimated billing.
"Implementing this water meter infrastructure provides significant efficiencies, including real-time water meter reading and billing, improved maintenance response and management of the water meter assets. The advanced water meter technology and customer-friendly Water Usage Customer Portal is yet another way Orillia continues to implement smart technology to do business," said Andrew Schell, Director of Environmental Services and Operations Department.
The City of Orillia continues to expand the online services it offers residents and businesses. Orillia recently launched an Online Services tab on its website featuring interactive services such as calculating your property taxes, finding a property for sale, paying for parking tickets, submitting a project bid, and registering for recreation programs.
For assistance or technical questions regarding the Water Usage Customer Portal, please contact Jason Micallef, Superintendent of Metering and Backflow Prevention, at 705-325-2326.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.
Andrew Schell
Director of Environmental Services and Operations
Jason Micallef
Superintendent of Metering and Backflow Prevention
Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
North Simcoe Victim Services Hiring Executive Director
Application Deadline May 16th
Executive Director
North Simcoe Victim Services (NSVS)
Closing Date: Thursday, May 16, 2019 
Reports to: Board of Directors, 
North Simcoe Victim Services Start Date: Target - As soon as possible. 
Interviews tentatively scheduled for May 21, 2019 

For 20 years, North Simcoe Victim Services, a not-for-profit charitable organization, has provided crisis intervention to those victimized by crime and trauma in Orillia and surrounding area. Volunteer driven and governed by a community Board of Directors, the organization utilizes full-time staff and trained volunteer Crisis Responders to provide much needed support to victims in their time of need. 

Providing caring response to those in crisis.  Supporting victims of crime and tragic circumstance.  Facilitating long-term solutions.

Reporting to the NSVS Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible to provide overall management, and operations of th e service included, but not limited to, human resources, financial and operational management, funding compliance and information components of the organization consistent with the Employer's policies and procedures, statement of purpose and in accordance with Program Standards established by the Ministry of the Attorney General. 

Job Location: 66 Peter Street South, Orillia Ontario 
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Flexibility required for after-hours meetings/on call support/events and functions.
Salary: $55 000 to $58 000 Salary contingent on annual funding approvals.

* A minimum of five years management experience, including the supervision of direct  reports. Management experience within the not-for-profit sector is preferred. 
* Related Masters Level University Degree is preferred. 
* Solid working knowledge and experience in working with victims of crime and/or  trauma. Solid understanding and ability to facilitate trauma-informed care. 
* Ability to liaise and work closely with provincial and community partners and
* Proven track record in grant writing and revenue development for not-for-profit funding.  Budgeting and financial management experience required. 
* Experience in human resources including, recruiting, training,  motivating and
retaining volunteer staff. 
* Experience working with a not-for-profit Board of Directors. 
* Knowledge of relevant legislation pertaining to the organization. 
* Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. 
* Experience in program planning, development, implementation and evaluation. 
* Confident and consistent decision making skills. 
* Resourcefulness and flexibility to meet the needs of the organization and demands of  the position. 
* Ability to handle emergencies, crisis, or hostile behavior and maintain control in difficult  and emotional situations. 
* Ability to effectively communicate the Statement of Purpose to the Community. 
* Valid Class G Driver's License and must live within 30 minute drive of Orillia Soldiers'  Memorial Hospital 
* Police vulnerable sector check clearance. 

Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume, cover letter, and three references including a recent one from within the past year. Applicants are asked to highlight their education and experience as required in the posting by 4 PM on Thursday, May 16, 2019 to the attention of the NSVS Hiring Committee at catherine.mccullough@cmcleadership.ca

Although NSVS is co-located with the Ontario Provincial Police - Orillia Detachment and works closely with them in the provision of victim service, it is a separate agency funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General. For further information on Victim Services or the Ontario Network of Victim Service Providers please visit our website at www.ns-vs.com and "like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. We thank all applicants in advance; however, we will only be contacting  those selected for an interview.  

City of Orillia: All City Properties Will Be Smoke/Vape Free
Effective May 15

For immediate release (April 17, 2019) - A by-law banning smoking/vaping tobacco, cannabis and other substances outdoors on property owned or leased by the City of Orillia comes into effect on May 15, 2019.
As per Chapter 954 of the City of Orillia Municipal Code, smoking/vaping outdoors will be prohibited in the following locations:
·         All municipal properties;
·         City parks, trails and beaches;
·         Properties leased from the City;
·         City parking lots;
·         City docks and piers;
·         On or within vehicles on City-owned or leased properties, including parking lots;
·         On or within a boat located or moored on City-owned or leased property.
"Orillia Council is committed to fostering a healthier, greener community. With the legalization of recreational cannabis and the negative effects of smoking and vaping, Council wanted to create public spaces that were smoke and vape free in an effort to provide a welcoming environment that contributes to the overall well-being of our residents and visitors. We sought to strike a balance between opting in to the sale of recreational cannabis in Orillia, while also being respectful that people may not want it used in public spaces," said Mayor Steve Clarke.
Council approved some specific and general exemptions to the smoking/vaping by-law. The exemptions apply to a person that is:
·         Smoking/vaping on any portion of a highway (this includes sidewalks) as municipalities do not have any jurisdiction to regulate this area;
·         Smoking/vaping while situated on a vessel containing sleeping, cooking, and toilet facilities that is moored within any City-owned or leased water lot;
·         Smoking/vaping on a campsite within a park, provided the campsite has been approved by the City in conjunction with a special event;
·         Entitled to possess cannabis for medical purposes and can provide the necessary documentation;
·         The current designated smoking area at the City-owned Nordia property (2 Hunter Valley Rd.) and the Stephen Leacock Museum (50 Museum Dr.) during special events, subject to a smoking permit being issued by the City's Parks, Recreation and Culture Department.
"The City of Orillia is hiring a part-time Municipal By-law Enforcement Officer to assist with enforcement of the by-law and will be erecting new signage throughout the city to advise people which properties will be smoke and vape free. These costs are being subsidized through provincial funding provided by the Ministry of Finance associated with the legalization of cannabis," said Shawn Crawford, Manager of Legislative Services. 
To report smoking or vaping in prohibited outdoor areas on City-owned or leased property, please contact the City's By-law Office at 705-325-231 or by-law@orillia.ca . For more information on the City of Orillia smoking/vaping by-law visit orillia.ca/smokefree .
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.
Shawn Crawford
Manager of Legislative Services
Jennifer Ruff
Manager of Communications
705-238-9209 (cell)

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