Tuesday, Apr 6, 2021

Tuesday, Apr 6, 2021

COVID-19: Six New Cases Reported In Grey Bruce Monday
04/06/2021
Six new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Grey Bruce Health Unit Monday: two residents of South Bruce Peninsula tested..., one in Owen Sound, Southgate, Northern Bruce Peninsula and Grey Highlands. Six cases have been referred from other health units: 3 South Bruce Peninsula, 2 Southgate, 1 Brockton.  With ten recoveries, there are 68 active cases in the region including 21 variants. There are 425 high-risk contacts associated with the region’s active cases. Five people are hospitalized in Grey and Bruce due to COVID-19 and two local people are hospitalized outside of the region. Over the course of the pandemic, four residents of Grey Bruce have died due to COVID-19.... 
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Survey out to gauge community safety
04/06/202
Residents of Grey and Bruce Counties are able to take part in a survey now available online. The Counties Advisory Committee spent last year (2020) analyzing data, reviewing community assets and understanding resident perception of risks to safety of well-being through a previous survey. This resulted in the Regional Community Safety and Well-Being Plan and was approved by both county councils. This current survey looks to connect with residents and gauge perceptions regarding community safety and identify members of the public who are impacted by specific areas of risk.... 
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Bruce County Directs $1.75-Million Of Projected Surplus To Affordable Housing
04/06/2021
Bruce County is going to have a surplus in its 2020 fiscal year. And Affordable Housing could be the main beneficiary of the cash. The county’s Corporate Services Committee heard from director Edward Henley who said he expects the surplus to total over 2.9-million-dollars and he would like to see most of that money–$1.75 million–go towards affordable housing construction.... 
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High school teams with local organization on community garden
04/06/2021
By all definitions it’s a true community project, partnering volunteers with Goderich District Collegiate Institute students in an undertaking with plenty of growth potential. GDCI teacher Nathan Crawford and his students, with the support of Selena Hazlitt from Rural Response for Healthy Children, are in the planning and design phase of a community garden.... 
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