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.

Job Opportunity

JOB OPPORTUNITY CBO bylaw advertisment July 2015

Tender for Operation of Canteen

Canteen Tender

The Township of Johnson will accept proposals for the Operation of the Canteen at the Johnson Township Community Centre. Sealed tenders/proposals marked as to the contents will be received until 2:00 PM August 7, 2015.

Newsletter July 2015

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Johnson Township Newsletter July 2015

Desbarats Community Night 2015

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Desbarats Community Night – “Country Roots and Cowboy Boots”, Saturday, July 11, 4:30 to 9PM, Parade starts at 7PM.

Tractor Parade/Games and Breakfast Buffet a Success!

tractors 2015

Johnson Township Tractor Parade/Games and Breakfast Buffet a success!

Newsletter May/June 2015

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Johnson Township May/June Newsletter. In this action packed issue, you will find: information about upcoming Recreation events and initiatives like an Old-Time Square Dance Friday, June 5, Tractor Parade and Breakfast Buffert Saturday, June 6, a Come&Try Rowing and Sailing evening on Wednesday, June 10, a Big Pike Family Fishing Derby co-sponsored by the Fire Department on Saturday, June 27, and preparations for Community Night; a special insert concerning the Trailer By-Law and the Council Meetings of March 18 and April 15; Fire Department tips concerning the Burn permits and smoke and CO detector inspections; Public Works announcement about our new PW Superintendant; plus local events and more.

Johnson Township Volunteer Dinner Covered by

Reporter Donna Schell attended the Johnson Township Volunteer dinner on Saturday, April 18 and her account of the evening was posted in

CO Detectors Now Required in All Residences by Provincial Law, April 15!

co detector

Carbon Monoxide Detectors are required for all Ontario residences as of April 15, 2015.