There is no single solution to the affordable housing crisis. But there are 7 high-impact ways governments and the nonprofit sector can work together to advance housing stability for all in Ontario. Addressing the affordable housing crisis means pushing from all sides and leveraging all of the tools we have
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Tomorrow is Remembrance Day. Remembrance Day gives us a chance to pause and think of our Veterans. We want to share information about the Ontario Soldier’s Aid Commission and this financial assistance for Veterans and their eligible family members in financial need. The Ontario Soldiers’ Aid Commission can provide up
This Saturday is Remembrance Day. We are sincerely grateful for our Veteran’s service and sacrifice for our country. We will honour them this Remembrance Day and every day. We have put together a list of locations in Bruce and Grey counties that are having ceremonies for Remembrance Day. Please visit
Managing Your Money in a Changing World November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. The theme this year is “Managing Your Money in a Changing World”. How we use money is increasingly complex and constantly changing. It is important to check in on your financial health, particularly managing and paying
Please come to the Gichi-Name Wiikwedong Reconciliation Garden (South end of Kelso Beach at Nawash Park) to honour the Warriors who serve and those who have fallen.
Bruce Grey’s Living Wage increases by 9.6% for 2023 to $22.75 per hour Living Wage: The living wage is what a worker needs to earn, per hour, at 40 hours per week, in order to make ends meet where they live. How is the Living Wage calculated? We look at
Reminders for Trail Users:1) Stay Informed. Stay updated on hunting seasons and dates in the area you are planning to hike. Before heading out, make sure to check the Ontario Hunting Regulations for any closures or specific information.2) Be Visible. It is important to wear bright colours such as hunter
Whether we have one or not, we know that a budget is a good tool for maintaining control over our money. We can do an amazing job in creating a plan and following that plan. But we should also have a plan for when life throws us a curve ball.
🔸Carry a flashlight and select a costume with bright colours and reflective material to increase visibility to drivers. ▪Use makeup instead of masks as masks can reduce your ability to see obstacles, vehicles, and other people. 🔸Avoid baggy, long, and oversized costumes that can be a tripping hazard. ▪Walk, don’t
Financial planning for those living on a low income can be very different than for those living on a higher income. This is the case when it comes to planning for retirement! There is a lot of wisdom in saving for your future, in particular retirement. While Registered Retirement Savings