Climate Survey Now Open For Central Manitoulin - Have Your Say!

Friday, February 5, 2021
On behalf of The Municipality of Central Manitoulin and the Township of Billings - welcome and thank you for participating in this community survey on the topic of climate change. Visit!
Here is what you need to know before you participate
This is not just any old survey - it’s an engagement!
You will tell us your concerns about climate change
We will show you what we have learned about our Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions now and what we can do to reduce (mitigate) and change (adapt) to the impact of climate change on our community
Then you will help us prioritize and vote on the actions you think we need to take in our community to reduce our GHG emissions and save on energy
This will take 10 to 15min to complete online.
If you don’t have access to the internet:
Complete the survey over the telephone by calling 705-905-4406
Completing the survey over the telephone will take a bit longer because a person will be working with you to complete it - inputting responses as you go.
Engagement open from: Thursday February 4, 2021 to Thursday February 25th, 2021
Your participation is important! The information you provide will be used to help guide the municipality’s climate change plan - our, shared Community Emissions and Energy Plan (CEEP).

Please note these surveys are designed exclusively for residents of Billings and Central Manitoulin. Your feedback will help the Township and Municipality develop their own climate change plans. 

A Little About Central

The Municipality of Central Manitoulin is located in the centre of Manitoulin Island with an abundance of lakes, rivers, and beaches. The Municipality includes the villages and hamlets of Mindemoya, Providence Bay, Spring Bay, Sandfield and Big Lake. We offer diverse attractions and unique landmarks such as our sandy beach in Providence Bay or access to Lake Manitou, the largest lake on the island. We invite you to visit our community in the "heart" of Manitoulin Island. 

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