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The Community Hall hosts the Annual Beef BBQ on the Civic Holiday Weekend in August. In February, a Poker Run/Chili Luncheon is held to signal the beginning of the end of winter. Euchre is held weekly on Friday evenings throughout the year.

St. Andrew’s United Church has a service on Sunday mornings at 9:15 am. The church hosts an Annual Roast Beef Dinner/Candlelite Service in March.

Here are a few of the services and businesses that are located in or near the village. Some have accompanying websites and you can jump to them from this page.


The Meldrum Bay Inn & Restaurant

Your home away from home and a great choice for Manitoulin Island accommodation and dining.

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The Net Shed Museum

The museum has a number of displays and artifacts from earlier settlers of the Meldrum Bay area, most of whom were employed in the lumber and fishing industry.

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The Mississagi Lighthouse

The Lighthouse is a museum, heritage park, campground and more, located at the westernmost shores of the Island.

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Dove's PlaceDove's Place

A small store where you will be greeted with a smile and a



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Meldrum Bay Cottage

There are several cottages and country homes for rent in the area.
Here is a link to one.

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White Sea Resort

Your personal getaway. Fishing or sightseeing charters, and mountain bike and kayak rentals are available. Go fishing, or relax in one of their fully equipped luxury waterfront cottages.

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Located about six kilometres from the village, at the water’s edge on the western shore of the Island, is the largest quarry operation in Canada. The Lafarge Quarry produces dolomite used in concrete, road construction and metallurgical processing, and all of their product leaves the area on huge ocean-going freighters.