The Glengarry News

North Glengarry

Public meeting notice

publisher Oct 28, 2020 - 9:47am


The Planning Department of the Township of North Glengarry is hosting a Council Meeting regarding the DRAFT Clear Cutting By-law.

The public is invited to attend the Council Meeting on: Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 at 1 PM.

The meeting will be held at the Glengarry Sports Palace, upstairs, located at: 170 McDonald Blvd, Alexandria.

Please note that capacity will be capped to the gathering limits prescribed by the Eastern Ontario Health Unit at the time of the meeting.

A copy of the by-law can be accessed online at

Please pre-register your attendance for the meeting by emailing Attendance will be for viewing purposes only.

Building, By-law and Planning Department

Corporation of the Township of North Glengarry

90 Main Street South

Alexandria, Ontario KOC lA0

Tel: 613-525-1116

Fax: 613-525-1649

Burn ban lifted

publisher Apr 23, 2020 - 9:37am

The Township of North Glengarry has lifted the total burn ban which went into effect April 3.

The restriction was imposed to protect fire department staff during the COVID-19 pandemic and the approaching dry season.

North Glengarry Fire Chief Matthew Roy has been closely monitoring the situation and decided this week to lift the edict.

"We would like to thank our residents for supporting our local firefighters during the burn ban. We recognize that many of you are eager to resume burning for both agricultural and recreational purposes. We remind residents that any and all Open Air fires require burn permits and that our residents must follow all of the rules that accompany their burn permit. We need your help to keep our community safe," he said.

Residents who had previously received their burn permits can now burn, provided that they are following the conditions set forth within the Township's Burn By-Law. This includes refraining from all fires when conditions are not favourable, such as on windy days when the wind velocity is greater than 15 kilometres per hour.

All Open Air burns must be monitored at all times; and it is never permitted to burn noxious materials, such as tires, plastics, garbage or construction materials.

Burn permits are available online at the Township of North Glengarry's website at or through the direct link at Burn permits take about 48 hours to process and are currently only available online. For assistance with your permit, call the Fire Department Administrator at 613-525-1110 ext. 200 or email

It is illegal to have an open air fire without a burn permit. Offenders may face fines.

March Break events called off

publisher Mar 13, 2020 - 3:53pm

North Glengarry has cancelled public programming within the municipality. All March Break Activities that were scheduled to take place during the break have been cancelled. This includes events scheduled to take place at the Tim Hortons' Dome, the Glengarry Sports Palace and the Maxville and District Sports Complex. The March Break Day-Camp has also been cancelled.

"We encourage all residents to educate themselves on the COVID-19 virus. This is best done through the Eastern Ontario Health Unit's website and other reliable sources," said North Glengarry CAO Sarah Huskinson.

Public works director leaves

publisher Nov 26, 2019 - 12:49pm

Michel Riberdy has quit as North Glengarry's director of public works, about six months after he was named to the post.

The former Augusta Township employee has resigned to take a job closer to his home town, the township says.

He was hired in June to replace Ryan Morton, who was dismissed in April after being with the municipality since 2013.

Drugs, weapons seized

publisher May 13, 2019 - 10:39am

Two North Glengarry residents have been charged after Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police officers seized a quantity of drugs, weapons and currency during a raid May 10.

Robin Rozon, 40, and Melanie Larchevesque, 39, have been charged with possession of a controlled substance for purpose of trafficking, possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime and failing to comply with an undertaking.

No tax hike

publisher Feb 13, 2019 - 4:48pm

Municipal taxes North Glengarry will be frozen after council approved the 2019 budget Monday.

The township will collect $5,831,033 for municipal purposes.

For every tax dollar that property owners pay, 38% is paid to the municipality, 43% goes to the County and 19% is transferred to school board taxes. The tax rate by-law will be presented to Council once both the County and school board rates have been confirmed.