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.
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.
Desbarats Community Night – “Country Roots and Cowboy Boots”, Saturday, July 11, 4:30 to 9PM, Parade starts at 7PM.
Johnson Township Tractor Parade/Games and Breakfast Buffet a success!
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.
Reporter Donna Schell attended the Johnson Township Volunteer dinner on Saturday, April 18 and her account of the evening was posted in Sootoday.com.