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
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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
On Saturday, Gelja Sheardown, along with local agencies, were shining light on the local opioid crisis. Find out more here.
Saturday, we were at the Owen Sound Farmer’s Market with community partners from Grey Bruce Health Unit and Safe ‘N Sound along with Gelja Shearwood who had lost her husband Barrett Warwick one year ago to a fentanyl overdose. We thank everyone who came by to remember and pay tribute
Today, on International Women’s Day, we are celebrating newcomer women and the skills and diverse perspective they bring from around the world to Bruce and Grey Counties. During the last 18 months, in partnership with Welcoming Communities Grey Bruce, our Rural Pathways for Newcomer Women Project has been learning from
Period Poverty is real. With 25% of Canadian women struggling to pay for feminine hygiene products for themselves and their dependents, this is a topic that deserves some attention. Hygiene products are expensive and many women go without food and other necessities in order to afford these products. Not being
#FinancialFridays: Free Income Tax Filing Services are available to those who meet income guidelines. Learn more here.
Free Income Tax Filing Services Still Operating Under COVID-19 Conditions in Bruce and Grey Counties. This year, under COVID-19 conditions, the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is changing how it provides free services. Most local organizations in Grey Bruce will be offering drop-off/pickup, virtual or phone services. Across both
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,