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Welcome to the Mudge Island community website.



Wanting to donate to M.I.C.S Follow this link and click the on donate button which links to our PayPal account.

NEWS, Please check back regularly as we update the news section at all times.  We post upcoming events and any stories or suggestions that we receive.

Always campaigning to raise money for the fire truck follow the link to find out about our society. HERE.

NEW Mudge Island Safety Tips can be found by clicking HERE

Do not forget to check out the Calendar section to find out what’s coming in the next few months.

Couple of new services added for Mudge Island residents, Check out the Mudge services page

Click here for a large map of Mudge, This shows you lot numbers, roads and beach accesses.

New Pictures have been added and if you would like to submit any to be on the site please submit them via e-mail to info at mudge.ca, adding a little blurb as to where it was taken.

Have a look at our links page as we will update this with new links all the time.

NEW, Just added a Tide table for the next few years and it can be found here or on the Nav links on the top section of the webpage.

Lots of new people are moving onto the island so if anyone is interested HERE is the Islands Trust MUDGE ISLAND LAND USE BYLAW NO. 228, 2007.

To connect with other Mudgekins and safety Tip for life on Mudge Island HERE.


MICS Hall completed

Well Mudgekins, past and present, the MICS Hall is finally complete, the doors are in and working.  Some small fine tuning is needed but the project is finally complete.     A huge thank you to all that have been involved. The continued support of the island community have made this huge endeavour possible.  We …

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November 12, 11-3, MICS Hall

Last One – All the Details! • We’re green – bring a mug & cookie container (& a chair to sit for a bit) • Cookie Walk – stock up  • Santa’s ETA is 1 ish • Please leave dogs at home • Snowman builing is free • Tea Leaf Reading, sign up with Lorraine …

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Our fire status rating.

Our fire status rating has dropped again, which means we are now in Regular shift for High risk activities.  Means chainsaws can be used now all day if needed. We are still at campfires only. But we believe this might change soon. Please be careful out there as it is still very dry in the …

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Our fire status rating

Our fire status rating has finally dropped but only by 1 point., which means we are now in Early shift for High risk activities with a 2 hour fire watch.  Means chainsaws can be used now until 1 pm but you have to actively (be onsite watching) watch the area for 2 hours after use. …

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