Clerk’s Office functions include agenda preparation and distribution, and meeting minute taking, for all meetings of Council and standing committees of Council and some local boards and advisory committees; municipal elections; marriage licenses and ceremonies; lottery licenses; business licenses; burial permits; freedom of information requests; records management, processing insurance claims and road closure applications.


A Municipal Election will be held in fall 2022. Municipal election expenses are funded from the Election Reserve. The contribution to the Reserve is $130,000 (2021 was $130,000). 

Work continues to evolve in the Records Management Program in the area of electronic records and Data Governance. 

COVID-19 caused a reduction in the number of licences that were issued and the associated revenue that was generated in 2021. It is anticipated for 2022 that there will be an increase in the number of licences issued compared actual revenues realized to 2021. It is anticipated that revenues will return to normal levels in 2023.

Service statistics
Type of service20192020 2021 (forecast)
Number of Council and committee meetings 100 105 100
General licences issued 568 528 550
Group home licences 27 27 27
Lottery licences issued 131 82 80
Marriage licences issued 500 207 200
Deaths 1,200 1,195 1,200
By-laws processed 125 101 100
Commissioning documents 400 380 375
Road closure applications 32 5 5
Freedom of Information requests 125 120 120
Marriage ceremonies 60 18 15

2022 Overview

Clerk's Office
Description2022 recommended
Expenditures $1,794,031
Revenues $987,904
Net requirement $806,127