Welcome to Gore Bay on Beautiful Manitoulin Island
The Town of Gore Bay, located on the North Channel of Lake Huron, is nestled between two splendid, tree-covered bluffs. Incorporated in 1890, Gore Bay is one of the larger communities on Manitoulin with a permanent population of just over 900. Gore Bay is the judicial centre of Manitoulin, and one of the island's commercial and professional centres.
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Gore Bay Theatre's Young Company January 2015 ProductionGore Bay Theatre's Young Company will be producing "MURMEL, MURMEL, MORTIMER, MUNSCH," a collection of 5 Robert Munsch stories adapted by Kim Selody. Performances will take place at the Gore Bay Community Hall on Friday, January 9 at 7 p.m., Saturday, January 10 at 2 p.m., and Sunday, January 11 at 2 p.m. All tickets will be sold at the door. Recommended for the entire family, ages 4 and up. Come out and see Gore Bay Theatre's Young Company, comprised of 14 youngsters from grades 2 to 8, perform these very popular and endearing Munsch stories. Prices are $5.00 for children 13 and under and $7.00 for adults.
NO OVERNIGHT PARKING DURING WINTER MONTHS
All Owners and Persons in charge of Motor Vehicles are hereby
notified that NO PARKING is allowed on the Streets or
Municipal Parking Lot in Gore Bay between the hours of
12 midnight and 8 a.m.
Any vehicles in contravention of this notice, will be removed
at the Owner’s Risk and the cost charged to the Owner.
Further, snow removal from driveways within the Town of Gore Bay
CANNOT be placed on any part of the street which may interfere with Snow Plowing by Town Staff.
Failing to comply will result in all costs for removal being charged to owner.
TRANSFER STATION WINTER HOURS (Effective September 15)Wednesday 12 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
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By Ron Lane, Mayor Gore Bay
With the conclusion of the four year term of current Council at the end of November and with a new Council sworn into office on Dec. 1, I would like to reflect back on some of the things that were accomplished by Council during this past term.
One of our goals was to focus on our public buildings, our streets, sidewalks, water/sewer works and equipment. These things are the principal assets of the Town and as such require constant attention.
With respect to our buildings significant upgrades took place in our arena where new dressing rooms were added, and the time keeper’s box relocated. This fall the public washrooms were replaced with modern handicap... Read more...