A federal announcement has been made on the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund. If your business was not eligible for other government funding, your business could qualify for an interest-free loan through the new Regional Relief and Recovery Fund. http://www.feddevontario.gc.ca/eic/site/723.nsf/eng/02588.html?OpenDocument To find out if your business is eligible for this
For Immediate Release May 7, 2020 MPP Walker announces $2,029,994 in Connecting Links funding OWEN SOUND – The Ontario government is providing $30 million to build a safer and more reliable transportation system that will help keep goods moving and better connect municipalities throughout the province. Bruce-Grey-Owen
Recovery Planning Underway The Grey Bruce Health Unit is planning for when the province is prepared to implement their recovery framework. A new Recovery section of the Grey Bruce Health Unit website highlights existing plans, and provide supporting documents, resources, and links for recovery activities in Grey and Bruce, and the province.
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The Grey Bruce Health Unit has developed a formal system of receiving local donations and the distribution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the wide variety of associated health care partners across Grey Bruce. These settings including long-term care, retirement, group homes, and others congregate living locations such as women’s
Update to the media from the United Way of Bruce Grey Thank a Health Care Worker The United Way of Bruce Grey is encouraging people to show their appreciation to a health care worker by making a donation in their name, to the Bruce Grey Pandemic Relief Fund. This
For Immediate Release April 7, 2020 Ontario Protecting the Most Vulnerable During COVID-19 Crisis OWEN SOUND – The Ontario government is providing a total of $3,206,500 to Grey and Bruce Counties to help protect the health and safety of the province’s most vulnerable people in response to the
All-Sectors Business Survey In an effort to gauge COVID-19 impacts on your business, Grey County is participating in a business survey being coordinated across southwestern Ontario. The information collected will be used by staff and shared in confidence with the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus to gain a more fulsome regional