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As required under the Municipal Act, the municipality has a Procedural By-Law which governs the call, place and proceedings of meetings.
The public is welcome to attend all Council and Committee meetings. Generally meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of the month starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Office, 5 Barager Blvd., McDougall, Ontario. 

Council values and welcomes input, comments and constructive suggestions from its constituents. You can submit comments in writing to the Clerk to be included on a future agenda, or speak at a Committee/Council meeting about a specific agenda item or matter by making a deputation to Council. Unless  the meeting is specifically identified as a Public Meeting, anyone who wants to speak at a Committee/Council meeting must register as a deputation.

There are limits to how many people can speak at a meeting, however there are no limits to the number of pieces of written correspondence on a Council Agenda.
All decisions of Council or Committee are not ratified as being legal until minutes are adopted and if applicable, appeal periods expire.

Dates and times may change or meetings may be cancelled or added, so we advise you to check in advance of the meeting. Meeting agendas will be made available online.

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