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romaine2Illnesses linked to romaine lettuce continue to be reported to the Public Health Agency of Canada. These illnesses indicate that contaminated romaine lettuce may still be on the market (including in restaurants, grocery stores and any establishments that serve food). At this time, the investigation evidence suggests that there continues to be a risk of E. coli infections associated with the consumption of romaine lettuce.

Although anyone can get an E. coli infection,...

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If the cost of energy-saving upgrades is out of reach for you, Ontario has a new Affordability Fund for you.

Francesca Dobbyn, Executive Director of the United Way Bruce Grey says the program is targeted at those with high energy use, not just those with low incomes. The level you qualify for depends on a combination of your net income and your average energy bill.
You may qualify for...

officeThe EmployerOne survey collects information on a range of issues including projected vacancies, hiring intentions, recruitment strategies and challenges, as well as your perspective on candidate skills, education and training. After analysis, the data is released to schools, community partners, government agencies and the public so that they may see the characteristics of the local labour market.

This survey is the single most referenced document Grey County uses in economic development because...

paydayloansStarting on January 1, 2018, it will cost $15 for every $100 that you borrow from a payday loan company in Ontario.

Starting on July 1, 2018:

  • lenders cannot lend you more than 50% of your net income per loan
  • lenders must show the cost of borrowing a payday loan as an annual percentage rate in advertising or agreements
  • the maximum fee that cheque cashing services can charge for government-issued cheques is...

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