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Municipal News

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Keep up with the latest news, events, issues, and happenings in the Municipality.

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Stay and Play

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Visit with us a while. Experience the stunning natural beauty of every season.

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Things to Do

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Kayaking, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, ice fishing… something for everyone. 

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Fire Ban Lifted - VIEW

Forest Fire Information


Gateway to the North Channel


Situated at the entrance to the North Channel amidst sparkling white quartzite peaks and pink granite rock, its harbour sheltered from the turbulent waters of Georgian Bay by George Island, the original Village of Killarney is the oldest community on the north shore. 

With a year-round population of less than 500, this treasure of Rainbow Country must surely rank as the biggest little town in Canada, if not the world!

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Upcoming Events


12.05.2018 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Events Calendar


Public Notices


pdfApplication to Amend Voters' List (FORM EL15)

pdfApplication for Replacement Voter Information Letter (FORM EL53)


As of August 23, 2018 the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) would like to provide you with a status update on the PAR 33 fire:

Great progress has been made on the Parry Sound 33 fire thanks to the hard work of our fire crews and favourable weather conditions. The fire situation today is much improved and we are pleased to inform you that the fire status is being changed to “Under Control” as of Aug. 23.

pdfDeclaration of Elected Candidates


pdfPublic Health Sudbury - NEW Cannabis Info Line

pdfLandfill Winter Hours 2018-2019

pdf2018 Final Tax Insert

pdf2018 Proposed Operating Budget

PDF Icon2018 Killarney Landfill Garbage Tags Info

PDF IconOntario Renovates Program

PDF IconFire By-Law 2010-20


Wiikwemkoong Islands Land Claim
Crown lands near Killarney, such as Philip Edward Island, will remain accessible to the public this year.

More information on the Wiikwemkoong Islands Land Claim.