Monthly Archives: February 2021

#FinancialFridays: Credit – it can help build your dreams and it can come down like a hammer. Learn more here.

Credit is like a hammer; it can help build our dreams or it can leave us in ruins – it’s all in how we use it. What a wonderful feeling to have that envelope at the door shouting “Congratulations, you’ve been approved for a $10,000.00 loan!”. We all love to

Congratulations go out to The Meeting Place in Tobermory for becoming a “Good Food Organization!”

Exciting News!! We send out our “Congratulations” to The Meeting Place – Tobermory for becoming a “Good Food Organization!” The organization has joined a Canada-wide network that uses healthy food as a tool towards social change. This is indeed something worth celebrating! The Meeting Place offers community programs that bring

Exciting News! The Gitche Namewikwedong Reconciliation Garden Project has announced that Manitoulin Island artist and fabricator – Kathryn Corbiere has been selected to create a grandmother sturgeon sculpture.

Some exciting news to share! Recently, the Gitche Namewikwedong Reconciliation Garden Project announced that Manitoulin Island artist and fabricator – Kathryn Corbiere has been selected to create the grandmother sturgeon sculpture at the Reconciliation Garden located in Kelso Beach Park in Owen Sound. Kathryn, an Anishinaabe-kwe artist from M’Chigeeng First

#FinancialFridays: Did you receive pandemic benefits? You may qualify for a payment plan with CRA. Find out more here.

Canadians who received pandemic benefits will have up to 1 year to pay back any debt from those benefits without interest. This applies to Canadians who made up to $75,000 in taxable income in 2020 and received one of the federal government’s five pandemic relief benefits or employment insurance benefits:

You can spread some joy to some seniors this Valentine’s Day and Family Day. Find out more here.

Valentine’s Day and Family Day are just around the corner. With visiting restrictions in place, many seniors in long term care will be missing their family and friends on these special occasions. If you are looking for a meaningful way to give back to your community, we invite you to

Over 7200 meals have been delivered to those affected by homelessness through the Meals to Motels Program. Learn more here.

The numbers are in! Thanks to you and our incredible community partners, over 7200 meals have been provided to homeless individuals, couples and families sheltering in hotels during the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, the highest number of meals stood at 912 during the month of June. In January, 2021 however,

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