Timiskaming Community Safety and Well-being Plan – Community Survey

Community Safety and Well-being Plan
The District of Timiskaming is creating a Community Safety and Well-being Plan. Community
Safety and Well-being Plans combine the strengths of partners in the community with the
unique needs of the area to work towards being a safer, happier and more cohesive
community.
Community Input
The community will help to shape the plan and focus on key issues. The survey includes
questions about your day-to-day life, health, education, employment, safety, leisure, and
recreation experiences, as well as what you think about living, working and playing in your
community. By sharing your experiences and what matters to you, you help to shape life in
your community, determine key priorities, and indicate where you think change is needed
most.
Please only complete this survey if you live in of the District of Timiskaming or Temagami
region. The Timiskaming District includes all residents who live in Matachewan in the west to
Kearns in the east, and Sesekinika in the north to Temagami in the south, and all areas in
between.
This survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. The survey responses are
being confidentially collected and only overall results will be shared. There are no questions
that ask for individual identifying information.
There are no mandatory questions. If you wish to participate you are free to fill out only the
questions you are comfortable answering.
Draw Prizes
We are pleased to be able to provide 10 draw prizes for $50 gift cards for those who
complete the survey. If you’d like to participate in the draw, your name and email will be
requested on the final page.
Thank you for your interest in completing this survey.
This survey is being run by LBCG – Consulting for Impact (LBCG). LBCG is supporting the
District of Timiskaming in creating their Community Safety and Well-being Plan. LBCG is a
Toronto based firm with experience working in northern Ontario.
If you have any questions about this survey please contact info@lbcg.ca.

To complete the survey online in ENGLISH, click here. https://survey.alchemer-ca.com/s3/50136016/Timiskaming-CSWB-Community-Survey
To complete the survey online in FRENCH, click here.  https://survey.alchemer-ca.com/s3/50138399/Sondage-du-programme-de-s-curit-et-de-bien-tre-communautaires

Click here for an english paper copy of the survey Timiskaming CSWB Survey – ENGLISH
Click here for a french paper copy of the survey Sondage du programme de sécurité et de bien-être communautaires de Timiskaming

Prepare to Vote for October 24 2022 Municipal Election

To make sure you are on the list and your information is accurate, visit voterlookup.ca to register, confirm details and update any information that may not be current.

Please click on the links below for more information.
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Temiskaming Shores Library Digital Creator Space

Message from Temiskaming Shores Library:

We now have our digital creator space up and running at the library.   We have a summer intern until late August who can show people around the space. We are doing free 3D printing, green screen pictures, an introduction to Virtual Reality and introduction to Raspberry Pi. This fall we hope to start up programming with the technology in the space but that will depend on how COVID-19 restrictions are going.  In the meantime, the best news is that users do not need a library card to access this service.  All are more than welcome to come in and check out the space along with non-card holders from any of the other townships!!

Click on the link below for more information.
Digital Creator Space open July 2021

Library Information

All Harley Residents have full access to the Library Resources at the New Liskeard Public Library located at 285 Whitewood Ave W, in New Liskeard. For more information, please visit the “Library Page” found under the “Services” menu.

Census 2021

Harley Council would like to encourage all residents to complete their 2021 census questionnaire at www.census.gc.ca as accurate and complete census data support programs and services that benefit our community. Please visit their website for more information.

Property Taxes Due

2021 Final Property Taxes are due September 15 2021.  Payments of Cash or Cheque, in CAD funds only, are accepted and can be mailed or dropped off.  The Municipal Office is located at 903303 Hanbury Rd New Liskeard ON and open from 8am-4pm. A drop box is also located at the Municipal Office for your convenience.