The Clerk's Department responsibilities include Council secretariat, preparing agendas, recording all proceedings, maintaining the official corporate record of all Council and Committee meetings, processing correspondence, corporate records management, vital statistics, business licensing, lottery licensing, disposal of surplus properties, indexing and retention of all by-laws, easements, handling requests for information under MFIPPA, agreements and contracts for the Town.
The Clerk's Department also acts as the local representative of the Division Registrar which involves the registration of deaths.
Clerk - A municipality shall appoint a clerk whose duty it is,
(a) to record, without note or comment, all resolutions, decisions and other proceedings of the council;
(b) if required by any member present at a vote, to record the name and vote of every member voting on any matter or question;
(c) to keep the originals or copies of all by-laws and of all minutes of the proceedings of the council;
(d) to perform the other duties required under this Act or under any other Act; and
(e) to perform such other duties as are assigned by the municipality.
- Contact the Clerk's Department
- Map to the Clerk's Office
- Minutes & Agendas
- Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
- Commissioning of Oaths
- Vital Statistics
- Submit a Claim to the Town
- Deputation's to Council