Sunday, October 23, 2016

Sunday October 23, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

The cool winds of autumn are upon us. Seems like it was summer just last week. Canadian eh!

The Week Ahead

On Monday the 24th I head to Welland with Jarlette Health Services to take a look at their long-term care facility. This visit is a backgrounder for the redevelopment of the Villa Retirement Lodge which will see it move to a new location on King Street. Further information on this redevelopment will be provided at the Council meeting later in the day.

At 6:30 pm Council meets in closed session to discuss an appointment to the Youth Committee. 7:00 pm is the Council meeting including:

-       Three deputations

o    Guesthouse Shelter update – Robert Sykes

o    Request from the Villa Care Centre regarding their redevelopment project

o    BIA request for transit assistance with the First Light event

-       A Public Meeting (you may speak) about the sale of public land on Ingram Cres.

-       Council chooses members for its MPUC Sale Transaction Committee

-       The proposed “Harbour By-Law” returns to the Council table for further discussion

Tuesday the 25th starts with County Council at 9:00 am in Midhurst.  At 2:00 pm at the Town you are invited to the regular meeting of the North Simcoe Housing Working Group. The Group has recently completed a set of draft by-laws that are being shared with Simcoe County municipalities.  The by-laws simplify the implementation of Second Units. The Group has also just proposed a feasibility study to the County for a new housing form called “Tiny Homes”. Take a look at some the examples of Tiny Home communities across North America.

On Wednesday I will be in conference in Orillia all day. A group of municipalities and the County are hosting an educational day for municipal leaders and hospital executives to learn from each other about the funding problems affecting medium-sized hospitals. This discussion includes our own GBGH. The Symposium should provide greater clarity on the potential hospital service impacts facing Midland and allow us to work with the Ministry to improve healthcare outcomes for all.  

At 5:30 pm you are invited to the meeting of King Street Rejuvenation Project Committee at Town Hall.

Thursday the 27th will be a busy day at County as they start the review of their 2017 budget. Also at 9:00 am is the second of the NSCFDC Speakers Series at the NSSRC. The topic is “Keeping Things Fresh” presented by the memorable Jamie Tripp. Please register online at

On Friday the 28th you are invited to the launch of our areas first “Situation Table” from 10:00 am to 11:30 am at 522 Elizabeth St. I suspect the term “Situation Table” is new for many of you. Since 2009, many communities across Canada have been looking for a better model for intervention in situations of social crisis, other than just having the police respond. The Situation Table is based upon the premise that by rapidly bringing together key social agencies, including the police, social crisis situations can be better handled and in fact avoided in future. The model has shown its worth across Canada – it is now coming to Midland. So please drop by the launch event and have your questions answered.

Then the fun begins. The biggest Halloween Bash of the year! CLH Foundation puts the "fun" in fundraiser with the Day of the Dead Halloween Bash!  Meet Premier Tattoo Artist Mark Zammit of Stained of the Art Tattoo! who has donated his services for a tattoo.  That’s at NSSRC from 8:30 pm to 1:00 am.

Week - End

Saturday October 29

·         Midland Movie Night is back for a special Halloween event brought to you by the Downtown Midland BIA and the Town of Midland! We'll be showing ''The Nightmare Before Christmas''. The movie will start at dusk in the parking lot at 509 Bay. Bring your own lawn chair and dress warmly.

·         The Wye Marsh Monster returns for a spooky good evening.  Wye Marsh from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.

Sunday October 30

·         The Community ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) Educational Event takes place at NSSRC from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. ADHD if left untreated results in significant socioeconomic costs to our community. This full day educational event is geared towards adults with ADHD and their families, parents, educators and medical professionals.  Please visit: Community ADHD Educational Event

Council Issues Update


Our new CAO and Treasurer are still working on the numbers to give Council and the public the comprehensive budget statement we need for decision making. The first draft may not be ready until December or January. Late but manageable.

Midland Bay Landing

The current development agreement with our partners faces a major milestone in four months where they must inject significant capital into the project. Discussions will continue over the coming few months to ensure our original agreement is respected.


The Culture Midland Committee is seeking nominations from the public for our cultural leaders. These are individuals or businesses who you feel communicate the importance of culture, inspire the cultural community or have taken a significant role in the recognition and development of cultural talent in our area. The four award categories are:

·         Emerging Talent

·         Excellence in Culture

·         Founders, Builders and Historical Contributors

·         Education in Culture

The deadline for submissions is November 1st with awards to be presented at the Cultural Gala on November 22nd. For more information visit or call Nicole at 526-4275 ext. 3206

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016


Sunday, October 16, 2016

October 16, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

One of my long standing policies with News from the Town is “no solicitations”. I regard them as unfair to you the reader. I am going to make an exception to that policy because we are facing a crisis here in North Simcoe.

Winter is fast approaching and our Guesthouse Shelter has been over-whelmed with the number of homeless and poorly housed who need a bed for the night. Our Shelter is still stuck in the Knox church basement which barely has room for ten. This past Wednesday they slept 19. 

The Guesthouse has purchased a new location on Elizabeth Street that if they could just get into would resolve these problems. They need $150,000 to complete the renovations. If they get the money they can be in by Christmas.

The Guesthouse is a private charity, operated by volunteers. It is not “government”. They rely upon their community – us – to help them keep the desperately unfortunate safe through the cold months. They are doing their best to locate funding, the latest being the AVIVA campaign where you are invited to register at and click your support.  While I encourage you to do this, it’s a long shot.

Which brings me to the solicitation.  I am asking each of you to join with me in making a cash donation to the Guesthouse building fund. I have seen our community in action before and I know that we can do great things when we set our minds to it. We need to have our homeless into the new shelter by Christmas. With your real support we can do that.

The Week Ahead

Monday the 17th starts “Government Week” at our local schools – a chance to have students understand a bit more about how local government works. At 10:00 am I am pleased to host Huron Park students at Town Hall. A thank you to our Police and Fire who are without doubt the most popular parts of the tour.

At 6:00 pm the Midland & Penetanguishene branch of the Canadian Diabetes Association hosts its information night at the NSSRC. There are many information booths to visit – presentations start at 7:00 pm. Refreshments will be served.

At 6:30 pm is a special closed meeting of Council to consider OPSEU negotiations. Then at 7:00 pm is the Community Healthcare Steering Committee’s quarterly public meeting.  The meeting will feature a backgrounder on Waypoint, an update on the Penentang Health Hub, a discussion of GBGH’s recent decision on obstetrical services and an update on the NSMLHIN. This is your chance to really understand what is happening with healthcare in North Simcoe. That’s at the Wyebridge Community Centre at 7:00 pm.

On Wednesday October19th the County is hosting a full day investment readiness summit in Wasaga Beach. Events of this nature show the benefit of our own economic group, EDCNS, cooperating with other jurisdictions to strengthen our collective economy.

The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney will be live and in person for “A Day in the Life” at the MCC at 2:00 pm. Mr. Mulroney is undeniably one of the most fascinating figures in Canadian political history. While tickets for Rotary Hall have been sold out, the event will be simulcast in the Huronia Players Theatre at the MCC, so tickets are available for the theatre seating. Get your tickets now online at or at the MCC Box Office. 

At 6:00 pm a group of Guy Who Care will assemble at Lot 102 to pool some money and then choose a local charity where a significant contribution will make a real difference.

Thursday the 20th features the NSCFDC event recognizing Small Business Week.  Event registration/networking takes place at 7:00 am; breakfast at 7:30 am; at 8:00 am is the feature presentation by Chef Dean Petit of Matty’s Seafood Brands and Rock Lobster restaurants. If you are going you should have pre-registered by now at  The event is at the Brooklea

At 10:00 am I get to engage in some Fire training at the Penetanguishene Fire Hall.  Hopefully they won’t even think of giving me a hose. Then at 4:30 pm is the OPR Steering Committee at Town Hall. 

On Friday I host another group of students, this time from Mundy’s Bay for a tour of Town Hall. At 3:00 pm is the Midland Bay Landing Steering Committee. The agenda will focus on recent developments with our partner. And closing on a tasty note, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm the Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 80 will be holding a delicious spaghetti dinner at the Legion Hall. You are most welcome.

Week - End

Saturday October 22

·         Wye Marsh hosts its final moonlight paddle

·         Picnic of the Living Dead - 12 noon to 3:00 pm the Huronia Museum wants you to dress up as a zombie, pack a picnic lunch and come out and get involved in the undead games.

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016


Sunday, October 9, 2016

Sunday October 9, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

Thanksgiving weekend is upon us. A time to reflect upon the many gifts we receive in life and a chance to spend some time with family and friends.

Two public service announcement to begin with.

1)     It’s Fire Prevention Week

You are invited to drop by your local fire department and learn more about smoke and carbon monoxide (CO2) alarm requirements and other valuable fire safety information. In addition area fire departments have organized a number of special events for the whole family:

·         Thursday October 13th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm at McDonald’s Restaurants Highway 93 and

Wal Mart locations. Meet with representatives from your local fire department about fire safety and see the various fire apparatus.

·         Friday October 14th at the Penetanguishene Memorial Arena. From  6:30 pm – 7:30 pm please join Sparky for a public skate, followed by a hockey game at 8:00 pm - Penetanguishene Kings vs. Orillia Terriers

·         Saturday October 15th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Midland Home Depot. Meet your local firefighters and see the various fire trucks on display. Join in Home Depot’s hands-on workshop and build something exciting that you get to bring home with you! Even get your own chance to try a fire hose!

A special reminder to replace any smoke and CO2 alarms that are not working or are over ten years old.

2)     This week starts our fall County leaf pick-up. Your chance to move all those bags of garden debris out of your garage. Check your County waste calendar for additional dates.  

The Week Ahead

Monday is Thanksgiving.  Town Hall will be pretty quiet.

Tuesday October 11th starts at County Council at 9:00 am. Council will receive a staff report on the disposition of Midland’s OPA #9 regarding Second Units. Midland Council asked for a three year hold for Second Units for new properties but the County staff is recommending that the restriction be dropped. Council is likely to hear some debate about the recent County decision to allow 3,000 housing units to be developed in Springwater. Also that morning your Midland Council will hold a special training session on communications and media training, starting at 9:00 am.

Midland Council meets again in closed at 5:00 pm to receive a report on our OPSEU negotiations and a potential land sale. At 7:00 pm at Town Hall it’s the General Committee meeting. A very short agenda including:

-       Draft by-law respecting use of Midland harbor and Town docks

-       Deputy Treasurer recruitment

On Wednesday the12th is the 25th Anniversary of the Christian Community Breakfast. This is an inspiring morning for the whole community featuring Rev. Carey Nieuwhof as guest speaker. You are invited to enjoy a hearty breakfast and good fellowship. Doors open at the NSSRC at 6:30 am. Tickets are available in advance at your local church and Johnstones Musicland.

Later that morning the North Simcoe Housing Working Group makes a presentation to Tay Council on Second Units in rural communities.

Week - End

Saturday October 15th 

·         Wye Marsh hosts another Marsh by Moonlight paddle from 7:00 to 9:00 pm

·         Pumpkinferno continues with Halloween excitement at Discovery Harbour – after dark.

·         The GBGH gala takes place at MCC starting at 7:30 pm

Council Issues Update


The budget process will start a little later than normal this year due to staff changes in Treasury.


The OPP has advised that we should be getting our pricing quotation in November.


Seasonal Parks & Recreation Closures Underway

All great summers must come to an end. It’s time for staff to begin closing some of our Parks & Recreational facilities in preparation for winter.  Here's a list of some of the services that will soon be closed for the season:

·         Park & Harbour washrooms will begin closing October 11th.  Little Lake Park washrooms will remain open until the week of October 17th

·         The Harbour Office will be open at limited times starting next week

·         All tennis and pickleball nets will be removed the last week of October

·         Playgrounds will be closed and equipment removed the last week of October

·         Garbage, recycling, and maintenance services for parks will cease at the end of October

Please do not hesitate to contact the Town’s Operations Department at 705-526-4275 ext. 2217 should you have any questions. 

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016


Sunday, October 2, 2016

Sunday October 2, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

The best of autumn awaits with Thanksgiving next week and the lovely fall colours on standby. However there will be cold days ahead and those who do not have a place to stay will turn again to our shelters and soup kitchens. The Guesthouse is looking for volunteers.  If you can spare a few hours to help serve a meal, play some cards or simply be there to help, call Laura at 528-1096 ext.206.

The Week Ahead

A slower start to the week. On Wednesday October the 5th at 1:00 pm, the Javelin Co-op celebrates their 20th anniversary at their location on William St.  All are welcome. Later that day, Community Living Huronia hosts an open house and AGM at their Olive Street facility. The Social starts at 5:30 pm and the AGM at 6:30 pm. Please attend and show your support for these many delightful individuals who make our community such a special place for all. 

At 5:30 pm it’s Council’s turn with a special closed meeting of Council. The meeting will receive an update on OPSUEU negotiations (see announcement below) and on recent Midland Bay Landing discussions.  At 7:00 pm the Planning and Development Committee meets. The agenda includes:

-       Proposed changes from the Province affecting our Growth Plan. Staff is voicing a number of concerns including: increased technical review requirements and loss of local planning autonomy to higher levels of government: increased scrutiny of developers: likely delay in our current OPR process including more cost; a 60% intensification target eventually moving to 80 persons/jobs per hectare that would start to significantly change the look of Midland.

-       A verbal update by staff on Source Water Protection

On Thursday the 6th The Heart of Georgian Bay will be having an Online Reputation Management & Digital Marketing Master Workshop hosted by Jim Brody at the Midland Cultural Centre from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. This event will be completely FREE and there will also be a lunch provided. Spaces are limited, so please RSVP to our event through the following link:

Week - End

Saturday October 8

·         Wye Marsh starts its Marsh by Moonlight paddle series from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Paddling will also take place on October 15 and 22.

·         The colourful Thanksgiving Harvest Festival returns to Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. The celebratory Thanksgiving Harvest Festival takes place on Saturday October 8th and Sunday October 9th.  It’s an all-day event and features 40 artisans throughout the grounds.

·         Sharon and Bram at the MCC at 10:30 am. A perennial favorite with the younger set

Sunday October 9

·         The Bombadils at the MCC from 7:00 - 9:00 pm – for those who enjoy folk songs and good fiddle music.

·         Thanksgiving Harvest Festival at Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons – all-day.


Two items in closing:

1)     The NSCFDC is sponsoring Small Business Week. A key gathering is the Business Breakfast on Thursday October 20th at Brooklea – registration/networking starts at 7:00; 7:30 breakfast; 8:00 to 9:30 a presentation by Chef Dean Petit of Matty’s Seafood Brands and Rock Lobster restaurants. The fee is $20. Pre-registration required by Oct 13th  at

2)     The Town is negotiating with its OPSEU union and has just released the following media release. Hopefully we will be able to negotiate a settlement acceptable to all parties.


(Midland, ON)  The collective bargaining process between the Town of Midland and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) Local 328 which represents the Municipality’s Parks & Recreation, Operations (roads) and Water/Wastewater staff, has resulted in a request by OPSEU to the Ministry of Labour for a ‘no-board’ report.  The union’s request for a no-board report will allow OPSEU Local 328 to be in a legal strike position 17 days after the Ministry of Labour processes their request.  Similarly, the employer (Town of Midland) would be in a position to lock-out the employees. 

The Town and the Union have been at the bargaining table since June 16th, 2016.  The Town remains optimistic that a new collective agreement can be reached given their ability to reach a negotiated settlement with the Town’s other employee union IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers).  Council has been consistent with its unionized and non-union employees alike, and is committed to reaching an agreement that is fair and reasonable to both employees and ratepayers.  Council continues to be committed to delivering services that respond to the needs of Midland residents and businesses. 

"We are hopeful of reaching a new collective agreement, but at the same time it is critical for the Town’s administration to commence with the development of contingency plans in light of a potential labour disruption," said Midland CAO, John Skorobohacz.  "As always, our priority is to ensure the effective delivery of our municipal services.

The Town would like to assure our residents and businesses that many of the Town’s services will not be affected by any potential labour disruption.  Ongoing communications with the public will provide more details as the potential for the labour disruption approaches.  Updates respecting the potential labour disruption will be posted on as well as the Town’s social media outlets.

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016


Sunday, September 25, 2016

Sunday September 25, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

You have probably heard enough bragging from me about our manufacturers but this part of our local economy seems to be taking flight. This past week I attended our area’s Manufacturers Round Table at Weber Manufacturing. Of the seven major manufacturers at the table everyone but one (and they didn’t say) are hiring. Six years ago the message would have been exactly the opposite. This is about as positive a hiring situation as I have seen. All they need are good qualified workers.  So if you know of someone who might make the move to the Heart of Georgian Bay and has some solid skills to offer our manufacturers, invite them up.

The Week Ahead

Monday September 26th sees the start of the NSCFDC Speakers Series. The first session is at 9:00 am at Brian Orser Hall in Penetanguishene. The guest speaker, Jane Barnett, will inform you about the “Customer Connection”. There are two other presentations in the series:

1)     Thursday October 27th 9:00 am at NSSRC – Keeping Things Fresh, with Jamie Tripp

2)     Thursday November 24th 9:00 am at NSSRC – Mental Health in the Workplace, with Sarah Durant

Please register online at

At noon our faithful GBGH Volunteer Association celebrates 110 years of service with a gathering at Café Ste. Marie.

6:00 pm starts the Town business. It begins with a closed meeting to learn about the status of our OPSEU negotiations. We will also consider nominations for the Youth Committee. The September Council meeting starts at 7:00 pm and includes:

            Four deputations:

-       Sharon Vegh provides on update on economic development/ EDCNS

-       Huronia airport reports on their many new developments

-       A report on our 2016  Butter Tart Festival – not to be a spoiler but we are going to hear some great numbers

-       Sustainable Severn Sound updates their many activities

Discussion about allowing ATVs on Town roads

Three by-law reports:

-       The property at 168 William Street

-       The property at 228 Chaingate

-       The smoking/loitering issue affecting residents on Christine and Maxwell

Further discussion on retaining Mark Rogers for the sale of MPUC

On Tuesday I am down to County Council at 9:00 am for a couple of key topics. We will vote on accepting the transit plan that will see improved bus service from Midland to Barrie/Orillia. Then the Committee of the Whole will consider a number of changes to how we collect waste with the view to increasing our diversion rate to 70%.

Wednesday the 28th at 2:00 pm at Town Hall features a Midland Bay Landing steering committee meeting to further discuss how to deal with our development partners

On Friday September 30th you are invited to an Age-Friendly Community Consultation sponsored by the County. These focus groups will include caregivers, service providers, social club members, Francophones, newcomers, business owners, aboriginals and senior-living communities to discuss how we need to change our communities to accommodate the increasing demands of elderly citizens. The consultations are at Georgian Village in Penetanguishene at 2 – 4 pm and then again from 6 – 8 pm.

Week - End

Saturday October 1

·         Treasure Day weekend in Midland. Have your treasures out by 8:00 am

·         9:30 am to 4:30 pm Big Brothers/Sisters Thanksgiving Home Tour

·         Pumpkinferno starts at Discovery Harbor HHP.  A spooky great time. Open from October 1st to 30th but only on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

·         7:00 pm Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner at NSSRC

Sunday October 2

·         Treasure Day weekend. Have your treasures back in by 5:00 pm

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016


Sunday, September 18, 2016

Sunday September 18, 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen

Midland is changing. I was going through my News from the Town editions from 6 years ago and what jumps out is our new approach to “culture”. Six years ago our large community gatherings were typically membership groups or fundraising galas. Not a lot else was going on. In fact I used to be able to write my early News from the Town editions in half a page!

Now take a look at what this past month alone has brought us:

·         Midland Reads, jointly sponsored by the Library and MCC, put authors in a many downtown stores

·         The Seniors 55+ Games concluded with over 1,300 athletes coming to Midland

·         The first ZucchiniMania was held by Askennonia

·         MCC has just announced that Brian Mulroney is coming to speak at the MCC

·         Artslam takes pace this Friday –  a brand new arts event by Quest Gallery

·         The BIA/Town movie night is a new regular feature in our downtown

·         The Tale of a Town oral history project just wrapped up at the Huronia Museum

And this is just a partial list.

Your Council continues to work on Midland’s Cultural Plan but more importantly many, many groups within our community have taken up a new interest in culture and are making good progress in transforming Midland into the place where we are all proud to live.

The Week Ahead

Monday September 19th will see a meeting of the Citizen Healthcare Steering Committee at GBGH (Rm 1) at 5:00 pm.  This is their monthly meeting and will feature planning for the next quarterly public healthcare Town Hall scheduled for October 17th at 7:00 pm.

Tuesday its economic development. Our area manufacturers will meet with municipal leaders to continue the initiative to create and/or bring more jobs to North Simcoe. Special thanks to Chris Edwards, President of Weber for hosting the round table. Top issue for our manufacturers – finding employees with the right skills and who are willing to work.

Wednesday the 21st starts with a Share the Road workshop at the MCC sponsored by the County of Simcoe. This full day program starts at 9:00 am and will focus on the facts about cycling in our area and what is being done to resolve the challenges caused by sharing the roads. Please register at

At 5:00 pm your mayors and deputy mayors meet as “Heads of Council” at the Penetanguishene Fire Hall. This meeting features a general discussion among the four North Simcoe communities about issues that affect our area.

On Thursday September the 22nd we need your help. At 4:30 pm, in the NSSRC boardroom, the Town’s Official Plan Review (OPR) Steering Committee meets.  They are charged with setting the process to engage the public in our 5-year review of the Town’s Official Plan and ensure all aspects are properly carried out. Then at 6:30 pm it’s your turn. There will be a Public Forum in the NSSRC Community Hall to discuss all aspects of the OPR process and its results. The OPR will produce our main planning document, guiding planning decisions in Midland for at least the next 5 years. For more information please visit

Friday the fun starts. Quest Gallery and Art School is launching a brand new event – Artslam. This event sees 24 artists given a topic and 30 minutes to create a work of art. Doors open at 7:00 pm; the painting starts at 7:30 pm.  (You can appreciate this could get messy)  The Canadian Cancer Society hosts Neon Night Walk in Little Lake Park. This is another new event for Midland and is generating a lot of social media interest. The 5 km run/walk starts at 8:00 pm and wraps up by 10:00 pm. You are most welcome to join the fun.

Week - End

Saturday September 24

·         Mental Health in Motion – A walk/run fundraiser for mental health. The course starts at the Atruim building at Waypoint. Registration is 8:00 am with the walk/run at 9:00 am.  Register at

·         Martyrs Shrine hosts a gathering of the Shrine community for its third annual Tiawenk fundraiser. The event is at the Brooklea starting at 5:30 pm.

Sunday September 25

·         OSPCA walk at the Wye Marsh to help their many causes. Be there for a 9:00 am start.

Council Issues Update


The Town should be getting a price quotation from the OPP over the next two weeks. It will then go to Council for an open discussion on what form of policing we want in Midland.


The GBGH Board should be making their decision on the 22nd with regard to the clinical recommendations from the Geyer report. The big one for our area is the decision on keeping obstetrics.


La Clé de la Baie célèbre ses 20 ans cette année!! Nous vous invitons à célébrer cet évènement unique le 30 septembre prochain au Best Western Highland Inn & Conference Centre à Midland (Ontario) dès 17 h. À l'horaire :
- un cocktail dînatoire (un léger buffet sera servi)
- la reconnaissance des bénévoles
- l'assemblée générale annuelle
- un spectacle communautaire mettant en vedette divers artistes locaux

R.S.V.P. requis avant le 23 septembre - 705 725-9755, poste 7201 ou

(Translated - La Cle de la Baie celebrates 20 years at Best Western on September 30th starting at 5:00 pm with cocktails, followed by an AGM and entertainment.  Please RSVP at 725-9755 by September 21.)

Gord McKay

Your Year for Getting Aboard – Midland is on the Move - 2016