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SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

Dear Citizen, The Town of Dalhousie Council is considering adopting the following motion for Syrian Refugees: A Special Public meeting open to the public to discuss and approve this motion is scheduled for November 20, 2015 at 5:30pm In view of the extreme situation prevailing in Syria, the Town of Dalhousie Municipal Council wants to set in motion a Refugee Welcoming...

Recycling container

The recycling container located at the intersection of Blanchard and Renfrew Street is relocated to 540 Darlington Drive. For more information on recycling visit http://www.commission2.ca/pu…/recycle/EnRecycleRecycling.php  

Thermal Lane temporary closure September 3rd

Thermal Lane will be closed to vehicle traffic on September 3 from 8am until after all blasting at the NB Power site is done. No parking, sitting, or standing will be allowed on the lane for the duration of the closure. Spectators are encouraged to watch the blast from the designated public viewing area. Thermal Lane will remain accessible to residents of the area with proof of...

Traffic disruption on Renfrew and Baybreeze - September 3rd

Traffic disruption on Renfrew and Baybreeze from 8 am to 12pm will occur only during blast for a duration of approximately 15 minutes. Therefore plan your travel to town accordingly.

Stack drops

The exact date and time of the drops are weather dependent, but are currently planned for Thursday Sept. 3rd at 8:30 am and the second blast a few hours later. There may be changes in the dates and timing of events so please watch for notices as the date approaches.

Public Service Announcement

NB Power and the municipalities of Dalhousie, Pt-La Nim, Eel River Bar, Balmoral and Eel River Crossing, would like to thank the residents and businesses for their cooperation in reducing water consumptions during the scheduled shutdown of the main water pipeline.

Public Service Announcement

NB Power and the municipalities of Dalhousie, Pt-La Nim, Eel River Bar, Balmoral and Eel River Crossing, are asking their residents and businesses to reduce water consumptions until further notice. Due to the scheduled demolition of the two stacks at the NB Power Generating Station, the pipeline supplying water to the Town of Dalhousie, Pt-La Nim and Eel River Bar will be temporarily shut down...

NEWS RELEASE - Update on demolition efforts in Dalhousie

Please follow link attached.  This information comes directly from the NB Power Website.  Thank you ...

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