Civic Recognition

Did you know the Township recognizes ratepayers and businesses for significant achievements?

Certificates of recognition are signed by the Mayor and are not only for wedding anniversaries, but birthdays, volunteer work, sports team achievements, official openings of businesses and more!

The Township also recognizes the achievements and contributions made by businesses and not-for-profit organizations within the municipality.

If you or someone you know has a significant achievement that should be recognized, contact the Township office at / 705-466-3341

Civic Recognition

Business Recognition

Nominations for Senior of the Year

A great opportunity to honour an outstanding community member who, after the age of 65, has enriched the social, cultural or civic life of our community. 

Seniors who qualify for this award may have contributed in many different fields, such as the arts, literature, community service, volunteerism, education, fitness & sport, or humanitarian activities. 

Honeywood Hockey Moms, Certificate of Appreciation

We would like to present the Honeywood Hockey Mom’s with a Certificate of Appreciation for their sincere efforts and generous donations through the Jennifer Widbur Memorial Hockey Tournament to the Headwaters Health Care Foundation.


MaryAnn Lowry, 2017 Senior of the Year

MaryAnn assisted in the development of Mulmur’s first Strategic Plan, and followed up by chairing the 2015-2016 Economic Development Task Force. She now serves on the Dufferin County Economic Development Steering Committee.


Bert Tupling, 2016 Senior of the Year

This year’s recipient of the Senior of the Year award, Bert Tupling, is the true embodiment of civic responsibility and community engagement.  Bert has a soft spot for the youth of the community.


Mansfield Cenotaph Restoration

Congratulations to the members of the Mansfield Women's Institute for all their efforts in the restoration of this important marker which serves as a tribute to our fallen soldiers.


Presentation to John Thomson

John Thomson was presented with a Certificate for making the Township's Community Sign Boards, as well as for his other involvement in the Mulmur community.