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fireworksCelebrate Canada Day a little differently this year, by giving your Christmas lights a second chance to shine!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Municipality of Meaford’s usual Canada Day festivities have been cancelled for July 1st, 2020, including the annual fireworks show. To show off your Canadian pride, we encourage you to get the...

racismThe recent events in the United States have set alight a fire in the bellies of many across the world regarding racism, and in particular, anti-Black racism. There is no question that racism is a blight on humanity and an indictment on its perpetrators, enablers, encouragers, cheerleaders, and bystanders. The last few weeks have been particularly painful, rehashing and stirring...

covid reopeningThe Grey Bruce Health Unit’s ultimate goal is to achieve safe re-opening as fast as possible while still maintaining the successful control over the outbreak and community transmission of Covid-19 to ensure the health and safety of the population.

This can be achieved with a balanced approach to any decision related to public health measures. Mass gathering types of events pose a...

gender expectation slideViolence Prevention Grey Bruce has created two online lessons for the Bruce Grey Catholic District School Board. The video lessons walk students through activities exploring gender stereotypes and healthy relationships and are now available publicly at www.vpgb.ca under the Educational Activities initiative.

Violence Prevention Grey Bruce coordinator Jon Farmer was originally scheduled to facilitate the activities in workshops to intermediate students at Notre Dame through April and May. When the pandemic shut down schools, school social worker Krista McCorkindale contacted Farmer to adapt the activities.

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