Taxes are to be filed by today, April 30th, 2021. If you have missed filing your taxes on time, you can still file…but do so as soon as possible to avoid potential penalties. Here are some things to know: If you owe taxes because of COVID-19 related benefits, the Canada
Monthly Archives: April 2021
It’s that time of year when many anticipate the arrival of their tax return? Are you receiving funds this year? If so, why not pause and consider the best use of your money. After all, the funds you will be receiving are not part of your monthly income, so they
You are invited for an hour of music and conversation about healing and the Gitche Namewikwedong Reconciliation Garden with Yolanda Bruno, Violinist.
You are invited for an hour of music and conversation about healing and the Gitche Namewikwedong Reconciliation Garden with Yolanda Bruno, Violinist. Yolanda is passionate about bringing music to the community and has offered this free “Music for Your Blues” concert to celebrate this special local garden which is nearing
During #NationalVolunteerWeek, we pause to thank all of our volunteers who have supported us with their time, energy and efforts. The last 13 months have been like no other we have ever experienced. Sadly, it was our most vulnerable who felt the life-altering brunt of the pandemic, but you, our
Are you feeling like debt is weighing you down? Unable to pay the debts you owe? Struggling and not sure where to turn? The latest MNP Consumer Debt Index found that as much as 53% of Canadians were $200 or less away from not being able to pay their monthly
The numbers are in! Thanks to you and our incredible community partners, over 9,284 meals have been provided to homeless individuals, couples and families sheltering in hotels during the Covid-19 pandemic. The highest number of meals served was in January 2021 with a record of 1,202 meals. About the Meals
Attention Seniors – please join us for a chat with “Mrs. Gardener” as she shares her passion and humour for gardening.
Interested in gardening? On Friday April 16th, at 1:00 – 1:45 p.m., you are invited to phone in to hear Joan Regan, a resident of Tobermory who writes the “Mrs. Gardener” article for each issue of the Tobermory Press Inc. Joan enjoys gardening and has many years of experience to
Local Apparel Company – Greyt Stuff is giving back to their community and vulnerable children through their “Grey County” themed clothing line.
We are pleased and honoured to introduce GREYT Stuff – a local apparel company who are dedicated to providing quality clothing items that celebrates beautiful Grey County along with a social mission to help local vulnerable children. The company is owned and managed by Sarah Saso and Lonny Doherty, a
Have your finances been affected by Covid-19 and the current Stay-At-Home Order / State of Emergency? Lost your job or had your hours drastically cut back? You may qualify for assistance. Covid-19 Financial Supports: In preparation for the current shut-down, here is information about the COVID-19 financial supports: Employment Insurance
Attentions parents – are you aware of the Ontario COVID-19 Child Benefit? This benefit is available to parents and legal guardians with the purpose of providing funds to offset the costs of schooling children at home during the 2020-2021 school year. The provincial government is now offering a payment of:$400/child