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Ontario SPCA and Humane Society shares 5 tips to keep pets safe in cold weather

Ontario SPCA and Humane Society shares 5 tips to keep pets safe in cold weather
Stouffville – As the thermometer continues to dip, the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society reminds pet guardians to take extra precautions to keep animals safe during cold weather. When the temperature drops below freezing, pets should not be left outside for extended periods. Cats, short-coated dogs and puppies are particularly vulnerable in cold temperatures. Keep cats indoors and protect your... Read More

Ontario Continues to Support Municipal Infrastructure Renewal through Virtual Outreach

Ontario Continues to Support Municipal Infrastructure Renewal through Virtual Outreach
Delegates can learn more about municipal financing options at upcoming conferences TORONTO — Ontario continues to support its municipalities and other eligible public-sector partners in their work to improve the quality of life in their communities by providing affordable, long-term financing for infrastructure development and renewal, including through Infrastructure Ontario’s (IO) Loan Program. “As the financing needs of our province’s... Read More

2,662 New Covid-19 Cases Reported This Morning in Ontario – January 22, 2021

2,662 New Covid-19 Cases Reported This Morning in Ontario – January 22, 2021
Toronto – Public Health Ontario has reported 2,662 Covid-19 cases for this morning in the province. New cases – 2,662 Total cases – 250,226 Resolved Cases – 3,375 since previous report Total Resolved – 219,262 New Deaths – 87 Total Deaths – 5,701 Regional New Cases: Ottawa – 75 Cornwall/SD&G – 37 (Eastern Ontario Health) Leeds, Grenville & Lanark –... Read More

4 New COVID Cases, 20 Active Cases Reported this Morning in Today’s Report – Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 Update – January 22, 2021

4 New COVID Cases, 20 Active Cases Reported this Morning in Today’s Report – Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 Update – January 22, 2021
Brockville – Four new cases*, (3 in past 24 hrs***) and 20** active cases reported in today’s Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 update. There are 6 newly recovered. There are currently 1 hospitalized and 1 in ICU. *Cases are reported from data collected at 4:00pm the previous day. **Active cases can be recovering at home or admitted... Read More

2,632 New Covid-19 Cases Reported This Morning in Ontario – January 21, 2021

2,632 New Covid-19 Cases Reported This Morning in Ontario – January 21, 2021
Toronto – Public Health Ontario has reported 2,632 Covid-19 cases for this morning in the province. New cases – 2,632* – * The technical issue that impacted Toronto Public Health’s case counts in the January 18 report has been resolved. As a result, 102 cases have been added to today’s count. Total cases – 247,564 Resolved Cases – 2,990 since... Read More

3 New COVID Cases, 22 Active Cases Reported this Morning in Today’s Report – Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 Update – January 21, 2021

3 New COVID Cases, 22 Active Cases Reported this Morning in Today’s Report – Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 Update – January 21, 2021
Brockville – Three new cases*, (1 new case in last 24hrs) and 22* active cases reported in today’s Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Covid-19 update. There are currently 2 hospitalized and 1 in ICU. *Cases are reported from data collected at 4:00pm the previous day. *Active cases can be recovering at home or admitted to a hospital depending... Read More

Schools in the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit (LGL) will reopen to all students for in-person learning on January 25

Schools in the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit (LGL) will reopen to all students for in-person learning on January 25
Leeds, Grenville & Lanark Elementary students will return January 25th, while Highschool students return February 2nd! Brockville – This letter was sent out last night to parents & teachers informing them which areas within the Upper Canada School Board (UCDSB) will return to in-school learning beginning on Monday, January 25th, including the Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit area.... Read More

United Way Leeds & Grenville Exceeds it’s 2020 Campaign Goal! Raising Over $902,000

United Way Leeds & Grenville Exceeds it’s 2020 Campaign Goal! Raising Over $902,000
Brockville – United Way Leeds & Grenville announced today that the annual campaign goal of $738,000 has been exceeded. In fact, the team surpassed the target by 22% raising just over $902,000. Our committed Community Investment team has already established the funding distribution goals for 2021 – Housing Stability, Food Security, Financial Stability and Mental Wellness. United Way volunteers will... Read More

Legion responds to Office of the Veterans Ombudsman report

Legion responds to Office of the Veterans Ombudsman report
Ottawa – “The Royal Canadian Legion supports all recommendations released in the Office of the Veterans Ombudsman’s report. Of particular note, we ask Veterans Affairs Canada to push for legislative and financial changes to ensure that family members including former spouses, survivors and dependent children, can access federally funded mental health care when their illness is related to the conditions... Read More

Leeds Grenville and Lanark Health Unit: Food Safety during the pandemic

Leeds Grenville and Lanark Health Unit: Food Safety during the pandemic
The Health Unit recognizes that COVID-19 has been tough financially on many of our citizens and that some people may have started a new home business that involves food to help make some extra money. For people who are thinking of opening a food-related business in their home, it is important to do your research before starting. Public Health Inspectors... Read More