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Lighting of Christmas Tree – Knights of Columbus

Like in previous, Charlo residents are invited to participate in the lighting of the Knights of Columbus Christmas Tree on Friday, December 8th, 2017, 2015 at 7:00 pm. at the lookout, 353 Chaleur Street. All are welcome!

Glenburnie Women’s Institute – Children’s Wish Foundation

On August 8th, 2017, the Charlo Glenburnie Women’s Institute once again hosted the sailors from HMSC Fredericton, as they biked their way across New Brunswick to raise money for the Children’s Wish Foundation. For the past 5 years, ladies from the Glenburnie WI in Charlo have had the pleasure of meeting these dynamic young men, and serving them a hearty meal and donation to their very worthy cause.


Here is a few tips to ensure a safe holiday season:
1) Keep all trees away from heat sources, such as heat vents,electric heaters, radiators,
and fireplaces.
2) Ensure your tree has a sufficient amount of water.
3) Never leave your home or go to bed without unplugging your tree lights.
4) Candles are not to be left unattended and must be extinguished properly.
5) Never put wrapping paper, tree branches or needles in a fireplace or
wood stove because rapid burning can ignite creosote in the chimney.
6) As always, in case of fire, “Get Out and Stay Out”; never go back into a burning building.

On behalf of the Charlo Volunteer Firefighters, I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!

Gaetan Sivret
Charlo Fire Chief

Municipal Council Public Meeting

Décembre / December 12
Décembre / December 26 (cancellée / cancelled)
Janvier / January 9 & 23
Février / February 13& 27

Édifice municipal – 19 h 30
Municipal Building – 7:30 pm

All are welcome!
Tous sont la bienvenue!

Charlo NB Trail

The Village of Charlo is looking for a person interested to do the winter maintenance in the ‘East Part’ of the Charlo NB Trail. For more information you may contact the municipal office at 684-7850.

Saint-François Xavier Choir

La chorale Saint-François Xavier will sing at Les Aventuriers Chalet for their first Christmas market
Sunday December 3rd at 13:30. The choir will give a Christmas concert at the Sunrise Manor in
Dalhousie Monday December 11th. This same concert will be presented at the Villa de l’Amité in
Charlo Wednesday December 13th. The choir will sing a mini concert at 21:30 on December 24th before
the « Midnight » mass at 22:00. We wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2018 to each and

Office Hours during the Holidays

As in previous years, the Charlo municipal office will be closed from Friday December 22nd, 2016 at noon to Tuesday January 2nd , 2018 inclusively.
In case of emergency, residents may call the Administrator Johanne McIntyre Levesque at 684-2362.

Charlo NB Trail

The Village of Charlo would like to thank L.C.L. Excavation (2006) Inc., Mr. Luc Levesque and Mr. Gaétan Lapierre for the work done free of charge on the bridge in the Charlo NB Trail.

Via Rail Canada


Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Every Canadian household needs an emergency plan. It will help you and your family know what to do in case of an emergency.

Your family may not be together when an emergency occurs. Plan how to meet or how to contact one another, and discuss what you would do in different situations.

It only takes 20 minutes to complete a personalized plan online. You can then print it out.  Most of this information can be filled out on your own.  You may need to get some information from your municipality.  To complete your emergency plan online, visit the <<Make an emergency plan>> page from the GetPrepared.ca website.

To fill out your home emergency plan, you will need to think about the following:

  • Safe exists from home and neighbourhood
  • Meeting places to reunite with family or roommates
  • Designated person to pick up children should you be unavailable
  • Contact persons close-by and out-of- town
  • Special Health needs
  • Place for your pet to stay
  • Risks in your region
  • Location of your fire extinguisher, water valve, electrical box, gas valve and floor drain

Basic Emergency kit:

  • Water – at least two litres of water per person per day. Include small bottles that can be carried easily in case of an evacuation order
  • Food that won’t spoil, such as canned food, energy bars and dried foods (Replace food and water once a year)
  • Manual can opener
  • Crank or battery-powered flashlight (an extra batteries)
  • Crank or battery powered radio (and extra batteries)
  • First aid kit
  • Extra keys to your car and house
  • Some cash in smaller bills, such as $10 bills and change for payphones
  • A copy of your emergency plan and contact information
  • Special items such as prescription medication, infant formula, equipment for people with disabilities or food, water and medication for your pets or service animal (personalize your kit according to your needs).


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