Dryden’s drive test examiners will be coming to Pickle Lake on September 24th – September 26th 2019. They will be working out of the community hall – to book a test, call 807-928-2371 during those dates or book ahead online.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a lot with us! Whether you reside in Pickle Lake, or are from out of town, we are excited to see what you build – enjoy your little slice of Ontario’s last frontier!
Pickle Lakes beautiful beach will have a new play ground structure coming this August; the preexisting equipment will remain as well.
September 20, 1963 to May 22, 2019
Eric Dalzell went home to be with Jesus on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, after 10 months of battling with brain cancer. He fought long and hard to stay here with his family and friends and we are very proud of him.
Eric was born in Grand Rapids, Manitoba. He moved to Pickle Lake, Ontario at the age of nine with his parents and brother. He spend his adult years working for the Hudson’s Bay Company, Precambrian Wholesale, Dona Lake Mine, Mistik North, and OPP as a guard. He began his work with the ambulance in 1988 as a volunteer and proceeded to complete his diploma in paramedicine in 2007 with distance education. He was a dedicated paramedic for 30 years, and was respected by his colleagues and his patients. He was loved by his little town where he also served as Fire Chief and the Emergency Management Coordinator.
Eric was a lifelong member of Pickle Lake Gospel Chapel where he served as the Sunday School teacher. He will be remembered for his dedication to God, good teaching and giving nature, always willing to lend a hand with whatever needed to be done. He will also be remembered for his love home improvement projects, crosswords puzzles and sitting on his deck.
He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Senia (Halteman) Dalzell, his four children: Coral, Brittany, Taylor, and Ethan; His mother, Georgina Dalzell, and his father, James Dalzell; and his brothers Gerald and Don, as well as many relatives on both sides of his family. He will also be greatly missed by coworkers and many friends.
Online condolences may be emailed to: email@example.com
JUNE 7 10:09 AM: The Township has NOT DECLARED a state of emergency at this time.
The Community Hall will remain open for the remainder of the day. Coffee will be served and a light breakfast is being served as well. There is power available for charging. Residents are free to leave on their own accord however WE ARE NOT in an evacuation state.
The Community Hall will remain open for the remainder of the day. Coffee will be served and a light breakfast is being served as well.
MNRF has 6 crews on the ground right now suppressing hot spots and Water Bombers are in the air.
We will be posting updates as they become available.
We ask that you remain calm during this time, obey traffic control and direction given by OPP/FIRE/Municipal Staff and EMS
If you require EMS Services Please call 807-928-2255
To report further fires please call 310-3473
Updates will continue to be posted here.
The 2018 Muncipal Election has concluded. The incoming council is:
Mayor Dwight Monck
Councillor Graham Vaughan
Councillor Michael Walbourne
Councillor Kayla Blakney
Councillor Jeremy Millar
Today is the day of Voting for the 2018 Municipal Election.
The Community hall will be open from 10 am- 8 pm for voting.