Caroline’s dedication to the Financial Literacy Program became even more evident this week as she met with a woman who had recently lost her husband. Displaying a blend of empathy and financial expertise, Caroline took the time to sit down with the new widow and discuss the intricacies of her
Monthly Archives: January 2024
CBC released this story on January 15th: Complaints soar as Enbridge customers face catch-up bills in the thousands Francesca here, telling a story! Basically, the story is that Enbridge Gas is struggling to read its meters in a timely manner. I know this story personally as my daughter, who lives
Recently, Sandra, our SOS Social Navigator, found herself in a parking lot when she was approached by two individuals who recognized the SOS van. These individuals were in desperate need of assistance and were seeking short-term housing solutions. With Sandra’s support and guidance, she swiftly connected them with Grey County’s
Here is an example. If your rent is $1,500 and your automatic payment bounced, call your landlord right away. Let them know that you know the payment bounced. That shows you are committed to making the payment and interested in working cooperatively with them. If you don’t have the full
Your opinion is incredibly valuable to us and we genuinely want to hear from you as we begin this new year. We understand that in order to enhance our programs and services, as well as maintain our loyal supporters, your feedback is essential. Please take a moment to fill out
If your taxes are up to date and you are living on a low to moderate income, you may be receiving government benefits. All the benefits and credits below are based on the 2022 income tax filing. If you haven’t filed your 2022 income taxes yet, you can file now
Those who have met me may know I’m a morning person. Not just an “ungrumpy” person in the morning, but a “jump out of bed and get going” morning person. I’ll get up just to watch the sunrise. The photo: 7:30 am one April morning, while out for a walk!