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Call for applications for citizen appointment

The Council of The Corporation of the City of North Bay invites applications from members of the general public (aged eighteen and above, and resident within the City of North Bay) who wish to be considered for an appointment to the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee. This vacancy is due to a departure of a current board member.  Pursuant to section 29(3) of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act, 2005, S.O. 2005, c.11, the majority of the members shall be persons with disabilities.  Therefore, this vacancy must be filled by a person with a disability.  The term of office runs concurrently with the term of Council.


Note:  Appointments are on a volunteer basis only and no compensation will be paid.


Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee


Mandate:      To advise Council respecting the preparation, implementation and effectiveness of the Municipal Accessibility Plan created under the provisions of the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 (ODA), and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005.

Contact:             Adam Curran, Committee Secretary 

                      Tel:  705-474-0626, Ext. 2402           Fax:  705-474-5928



Meeting Schedule:  Monthly, 1st Thursday at 12 Noon


Persons interested in and eligible to serve on any of the above committee are asked to obtain an application form:


In person:                                                     City Clerk’s Department       By telephone:                                                    705-474-0626, Ext 2506

               5th Floor, City Hall                          By Fax:           705-495-4353                       

               200 McIntyre Street East                                     


The application form is also available on the City’s website:


Mail to:       Karen McIsaac, City Clerk                  

                       200 McIntyre Street East                    

                       North Bay  ON   P1B 8H8