Annual Christmas Food Drive

A big "thank you" to the Massey Firefighters who held their annual food drive on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016   

A special "thank you" to the residents for helping support our local Food Bank.  Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

Lacloche Foothills Municipal Association

Community Engagement Study

Municipal governments need to find new and better ways to involve citizens in decisions that shape their communities. It’s about local people working together, making a difference, and building communities they are proud to live in.

Everyone has different needs and priorities when it comes to getting information about what is happening in their community. In order to develop new and better ways for citizens to participate in their community in a meaningful way, it is critical to hear from residents of all ages in the LaCloche Foothills communities. 

The LaCloche Foothills Municipal Association (LFMA) has partnered with the Northern Policy Institute, the Rural Ontario Institute, and My Momentum Strategies (MMS) Inc. to understand and reverse the current trend of disengagement in small rural communities in Northern Ontario.

Please take the time to complete this survey:

For more information about this study, contact:
Peggy Young-Lovelace, Secretary-Treasurer
LaCloche Foothills Muncipal Association
  705-869-0225      Email:

Welcome to the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers

Our community is nestled in the LaCloche Foothills region of Lake Huron's North Shore, encompassing a large rural area including the communities of Walford, Massey and Webbwood.

Incorporated in July of 1998, the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers offers all of the convenience of urban living amidst tranquil rural surroundings.

While larger urban centres such as Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie are only a short drive away, our many local retail and service establishments easily meet the needs of our residents, visitors and businesses alike.

A well-staffed medical clinic, volunteer fire department, two libraries, learning center, arena facility, two community halls, outdoor rinks, restaurants and farming history are but a few reasons why visitors to our community often become long-term residents.

Landfill Hours

Beginning March 5th, 2016 the Tennyson Landfill Site is now open every Saturday, from 10am - 2pm!



Box 5, Site 1, R.R.#3
11 Birch Lake Road
Massey, ON, P0P 1P0
Phone: (705) 865-2646
Fax: (705) 865-2736



Monday - Friday
Sept 1st - May 31st
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Monday - Friday
June 1st - August 31st
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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