Welcome to the Township of Brock
Are you on the Voters' List?
Confirm you’re on the voters’ list to vote in the 2018 municipal and social board elections which will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018.
There are 3 ways to get on the list:
- Find out at voterlookup.ca or call 1-866-296-6722
- Fill out an application to amend the voters’ list and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off in person to the Clerk’s Department located at 1 Cameron Street East, Cannington
- Visit us in person at the Municipal Administration Office in the Clerk’s Department located at 1 Cameron Street East, Cannington.
How to use Voterlookup.ca
Voterlookup.ca is the easiest way to ensure you are on the list to vote for the upcoming municipal elections.
- Go to www.voterlookup.ca
- You will need to have the following on hand: your property address or assessment roll number and your full name and date of birth.
- Enter either your personal information or assessment roll number. Click next. You may be asked to confirm additional information. Simply follow the prompts that appear. You’re done!
May 14 Victoria Day Office Hours
May 23 Healthy Harvest Community Lunch
Nourish Community Hub
We invite the community to "break bread" together over a nourishing and delicious meal at our social lunches. Bi-weekly the Community Kitchen volunteers serve up a nutritious meal of fresh, seasonal, local foods. All Welcome! Donations accepted.
May 23 13 Ways to Kill Your Community
Trinity United Church
An unflinching look at what can build a community or what can kill it.
Doors open to Sponsor Showcase at 5:30 p.m.
Keynote address by Doug Griffiths, Best selling author of "13 Ways to Kill Your Community" at 7:00 p.m.
Q&A to follow
Tickets $18 (tax incl.)
Available at the cosmos office and Eventbrite.ca
Inquiries: The Uxbridge Cosmos
May 24 Family Craft Time
Crafting with friends and family every Saturday
May 24 Beaverton Luncheon Out
With a focus on helping seniors stay connected, community dining event provide opportunities to share a hot, nutritious meal, entertainment and health promotion/wellness presentations. Meals include an entrée, beverage and dessert and are prepared in a community setting and presented by Community Care Durham staff and volunteers, often in partnership with local groups. Cost for lunch is $10.00 and transportation can be provided.
May 24 Author Visit - Edith George: Trees of Heritage
A lone person can champion the protection of a heritage tree and be successful! Edith will discuss how to identify heritage trees in your local community and take protective action. This event is free, but does require pre-registration.