Established in 1889, Johnson Township is located in Ontario’s beautiful Algoma District, 34 miles east of Sault St. Marie off of the historic TransCanada highway. Year-round activities including a seasonal weekly Farmer’s Market, local maple syrup, family farms, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, skating and other pastimes in a gorgeous rural setting.
Reporter Donna Schell attended the Johnson Township Volunteer dinner on Saturday, April 18 and her account of the evening was posted in Sootoday.com.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors are required for all Ontario residences as of April 15, 2015.
North Shore Baseball and Soccer Program Registrations are due by April 20.
Johnson Township March/April Newsletter. In this issue, information about: Council Meetings of Feb. 18 and 25; Recreation info about the Family Hockey Tournament, March 27/28, the Family Bonspiel, March 29, and ongoing programmes; Fire Department tips concerning the Close the Door program; essential emergency planning ; plus local events and more.
Johnson Township January/February Newsletter. In this issue, information about: Council Meetings of Dec. 17 and Jan. 21; Recreation info about the Winter Activity Festival, February 8, and ongoing programmes; Fire Department tips for necessity and use of Fire Extinguishers; emergency planning tips for winter storms; plus local events and more.
Click on the file below to download a pdf version of the Johnson Township December 2014 Newsletter. In this issue, information about: New Council first meeting; Office Holiday closures Recreation info about Holiday programming at the arena, Big Buck wrap-up, ongoing programmes; Fire Department tips for a safe Holiday; plus local events and more. Newsletter […]