Our mayor Dan Marchisella and council members discusses events, activities, Fall Wellness Fair and more...


Arts on the Trail

I would like to congratulate and thank our staff in the Community Services Department for another great community event. Thank you to our sponsors, the committee and all the volunteers for an amazing job this year. The artists… congratulations on wonderful work.


Moose FM Radiothon

A big Shout out to Bobby Alexander for his never ending support of community initiatives, and his love for the people here in Elliot Lake. The Moose FM 94.1 radiothon for the local food bank was a tremendous success. It set a one day record of $12,​090.83 in money donations and $300 worth of non-perishable food items. A BIG thank you to all the local volunteers, to all the musicians who donated their time, to the Search and Rescue Team who manned the barbeque and to the volunteers who stood outside our studio on Ontario Avenue stopping traffic and asking for donations. Once again THANK YOU to all who donated and made the Moose FM 94.1 radiothon for the local Food Bank such a tremendous success. It will go a long way in helping to feed the individuals and families in need, and building a stronger community.


Official Elliot Lake CANADA 150 merchandise

Available at the Elliot Lake Welcome Centre, including t-shirts and collectible pins. In addition Elliot Lake branded jackets, polo shirts and t-shirts can now be ordered through the Welcome Centre. There is still some North Shore Challenge merchandise on-hand including hats and youth t-shirts.


Digital Creator North

This is a program for youth aged 14 – 19 and is a drop in centre where youth can learn more about film making, editing, animation, gaming, photography, photo-shop, Adobe Illustrator and more. The centre is open from Noon to 7pm Tues to

Fri and Saturdays from 10am – 5pm and is located on the 3rd floor at the Lester B.

Pearson Civic Centre. Check out the exciting schedule of programs and activities for the fall at “digitalcreatorelliotlake” on social media.


Fall Wellness Fair

The City of Elliot Lake is hosting a Fall Wellness Fair to be held on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at the Collins Hall from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Through an interactive event, the City’s goal is to engage the population to utilize services and social activities available; as well as encourage an ongoing healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. This is a regional event geared to all ages and marketed by the City/Age Friendly Elliot Lake. Booth costs are $50 and are available on a first come first serve basis. To register or for further details, contact Amanda Roy at 705-848-2287 ext 2135.



The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission will be hosting an open house on October 16th from 11 am to 8 pm in the Atrium at the White Mountain Facility. They will provide information about the CNSC involvement as a regulatory body in the oversight of the initiative of a Deep Geological Repository


Harvest Dinner

The Masonic Lodge will host a Harvest Roast Beef Dinner this Thursday, October 12th, beginning at 4:30 pm. Tickets are $15, for more information you can call Ken Pierce: (705) 848-3947 or Cecil Code:   (705) 261-3890



You are invited to the Community Liason Committee meeting to be held October 17th at 6:30 pm in the conference room of the White Mountain Building. Discussions to be had in regards to the Nuclear Waste Management Organizations plans for a Deep Geological Repository.




Council wishes to acknowledge and thank Scot Reinhardt for his 13 years of selfless commitment to the community. Scot was able to bring in depth history and knowledge to council. Along with a strong will, he consistently showed passion and love for the city of Elliot lake.