Milt McIver - Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula

In 2008, Milt was in the position of Warden for the County of Bruce for his third term.

Milt McIver

Milt McIver and his wife, Bonnie Warder, live on their farm in the former Lindsay Township.  The farm has been in the McIver name since it was purchased from the Crown in the late 1800’s.

Milt first became involved in local politics when he was elected as Reeve of the former Township of Lindsay in 1982.  He continued in that position until amalgamation of the four northern Bruce Peninsula municipalities occurred in 1999.  Upon amalgamation the Head of Council title changed from Reeve to Mayor.

Milt has served as Mayor of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula since 1999.  This service, combined with his duties as Reeve in the former Lindsay Township, totals thirty-five (35) years of involvement in municipal government.

In 2008, Milt was in the position of Warden for the County of Bruce for his third term.

Over the years, Milt has worked with many residents, members of Council and volunteers.  He has been involved integrally with countless committees and organizations focused on building and maintaining a strong community.

Milt is a dedicated supporter of agriculture, tourism and small industrial and business sectors within the municipality as well as County-wide.

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Milt McIver
Location:  Walkerton Administration Centre Tel:  (519) 592-3076

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