Councillor’s Corner

Cheryl is committed to being accountable, transparent and open. As promised, 

a new column called ‘The Mayor’s Message’ is where Cheryl will write bi-monthly 

articles after council meetings. 

Planning ahead

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram We finally had the meeting with Luc Denault this past Sunday. This meeting felt like it was never going to happen, it was rescheduled and cancelled more times than I want to count. The cancellations were for multiple reasons, from...

It’s an election year!

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram Happy New Year Hornepayne! So yes, it was very disappointing that the Luc Denault meeting got cancelled again back in December. At the last council meeting we passed a motion to reschedule the meeting for January 11, 2018 at 1 pm. It...

Wrapping up the Year Tonight

Wrapping up the Year Tonight

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram Today the much-anticipated meeting is happening with Luc Denault at 1pm. A full report on this important meeting will be coming in the new year. Today we have our regular council meeting as well and we have a few items on the agenda...

Still a few meetings to go

Still a few meetings to go

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram Wow where did 2017 go! We have one council meeting left for the year and one special meeting. The long-anticipated meeting with Luc Denault will take place next week on Wednesday December 20 at 1pm. It will be a busy day with the...

Meetings & Schedule Conflicts

Meetings & Schedule Conflicts

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram Christmas season is upon but we are busy as ever at Council. We have two meetings today, our regular council meeting and a special meeting with Luc Denault. It is with anticipation that we meet with Mr. Denault to hear the suggestions...

New Council a Year Away

New Council a Year Away

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram ELECTIONS ARE NEXT YEAR! Yes, I am talking to you! It is a very courageous and brave to run in an election. I have supported some of those who have run in the past elections and admired their strength in something that I believed I...

Be a Red Cross Volunteer!

Be a Red Cross Volunteer!

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram It is my pleasure to help advertise for Red Cross support here in Hornepayne. You have probably seen the signs up around town and I have written about the need in a June article as well. The Red Cross is recruiting. The Canadian Red...

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram This past weekend we celebrated Remembrance Day and took time out to reflect on the sacrifices that have been made for us to live in freedom. Last year I wrote a poem and I thought I would stick with tradition. Here is what I feel...

13 Ways to Kill Your Community

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram So last week I spoke about Doug Griffiths book “13 Ways to Kill Your Community”, which I have now had the time to look over and start reading. This book is pretty incredible and describes things that have happened in our community and...

Watching YouTube for Change

facebooktwitterpinterestinstagram “You have bewitched me body and soul, and I love, I love, I love you. And wish from this day forth never to be parted from you.”― Jane Austen This morning I am over 1400 kms away from home, have been for over a week now and yet...