The Lake Rosseau North Association was formed in 1982 to represent residents and cottagers that are in the North Lake Rosseau area consisting of the southern section of Seguin Township, the Village of Rosseau, and the northeastern section of the Township of Muskoka Lakes. (Photo to the left courtesy of the Rosseau Historical Society is of a view from the Rosseau House or Pratt's Hotel circa 1883 HR053 and the picture on the right was taken on June 18th, 2010 from George & Sue Beley's balcony by Kelly L. Collard) 

Dates to Remember
    • Movie Night in Rosseau  - Next Movie Night in Rosseau is TBA -   December Christmas Break 2014 - 4:00pm or 7:00pm
    • Rosseau Market continues on Friday of each week for the months of July & August from 9 am - 2 pm
    • July 25th, 2015 - 49th Annual Rosseau Regatta - 8:30am registration opens at the Rosseau Waterfront
    • August 1st, 2015 -  8th Annual Rosseau Classic Cruise - 10am to 3pm @ the Rosseau Waterfront
    • August 2nd, 2015  Annual Muskoka Lakes Marine BBQ for Camp Ooch - 11am to 3pm @ the Muskoka Lakes Marine.
    • August 8th, 2015 LRNA Reception - 8:30am @ the Rosseau Memorial Hall
    • August 8th, 2014 LRNA AGM - 9:30am @ the Rosseau Memorial Hall
    • August 22nd, 2015 - 140th Annual Fall Fair - 10am to 4pm at the Rosseau Field Hall
            c2014 Lake Rosseau North Association
    • Visits

Recent Announcements for Seguin Township

  • Rosseau Nursing Station now open summer weekends By Sarah Bissonette Jun 06, 2012 - 3:48 PM ROSSEAU – The Rosseau Nursing Station has extended hours this summer, thanks to the Lake Rosseau North Association (LRNA).This July and August the nursing station doors will open weekends and statutory holidays with staff time paid for by the association’s Rosseau EH! fundraising initiative. The initiative celebrates the association’s 30th birthday.“The Rosseau EH! pilot project underscores LRNA’s commitment to the greater Rosseau community,” said Anita Wood, LRNA president. “Extended weekend hours of the Ruth Dare Nursing Station is a very important issue to cottagers, people in town and the countryside.”An area nurse practitioner, who has covered off nurse praticioner Donna Kearney before, will help cover the ...
    Posted Jun 24, 2012, 8:42 PM by Kelly Collard
  • Seguin debt free in June - April 25th, 2012 By Sarah Bissonette|Apr 25, 2012 - 11:03 AM - http://www.cottagecountrynow.ca/community/parrysound/article/1342382SEGUIN TWP. - As of June 17, Seguin Township will be debt free.The municipality has successfully paid off $6.6 million in debt incurred between 1998 and 2003.“It’s a good news report,” said Mayor David Conn about chief financial officer’s budget report presented to council during the April 16 council meeting. “The good news (is that) again we’re lowering our tax rate. The good news is our residents are going to pay essentially the same as in 2011. The good new is we’ll be debt free soon.”This year’s municipal taxes decreased by 0.1 per cent ...
    Posted Apr 26, 2012, 1:39 PM by Kelly Collard
  • Seguin’s taxes status quo in 2012 from 2011 - Feb 15th 2012 By Sarah Bissonette|Feb 15, 2012 - 2:00 PM|Seguin’s taxes status quo in 2012 from 2011SEGUIN TWP. – The 2012 tax bills in Seguin Township are expected to look an awful lot like the 2011 ones.That’s because the township approved a draft budget that keeps tax revenue collected for the township and school board the same as last year.The decision comes with the assistance of lower than expected levies from outside agencies and more than expected from the provincial government. Before the most recent changes to the 2012 draft budget, the township was looking at increasing the municipal tax rate by two per cent.Council unanimously gave its approval in principal to the draft 2012 ...
    Posted Feb 20, 2012, 9:07 AM by Kelly Collard
  • Landowners nix boundary change - Feb 15th, 2012 By Sarah Bissonette|Feb 15, 2012 - 2:01 PM||Landowners nix boundary changeSEGUIN TWP. – Parry Sound and Seguin Township officials hoped proposed boundary changes would lead to economic growth and development.  For resident Phil Weichel’s family businesses, the plan meant a significant tax increase. Last month, the municipalities jointly announced the plan to extend Parry Sound’s municipal boundary to include 132 hectares between Oastler Park Drive, Richmond Lake and Parry Sound Road. Officials proposed the agreement to further growth by providing more road, sewer and water access for development.In return, the town would have paid Seguin Township $90,000, in five installments, for already incurred planning, legal and other expenses related to the affected properties.Ballots ...
    Posted Feb 20, 2012, 9:04 AM by Kelly Collard
  • Seguin lowers tax rate again - Jun 3 2011 Sarah Frank|Parry Sound North Star Jun 03, 2011 - 11:38 AM Seguin lowers tax rate again SEGUIN TWP - Seguin ratepayers will once again see a drop in their tax rate this year. The residential municipal tax rate will fall from about 0.38 per cent to 0.36 per cent.   According to Seguin Township Chief Financial Officer Michele Fraser, the decision to lower the rate came with the four-year graduated property assessment increase that began in 2008. This means that if during the four-year period, a taxpayer’s property value increased by 100 per cent, they will see a 25 per cent increase each year. “The first thing we do is pull the tax rate back,” said ...
    Posted Jun 4, 2011, 10:59 AM by Kelly Collard
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