Provincial

Province gives $1 million more to city to help it avoid deficit

New funding to help local governments avoid operating deficits in 2021 was announced today by MPP Laurie Scott’s office, including… Continue reading “Province gives $1 million more to city to help it avoid deficit”

Kawartha Lakes to receive an additional $349,500 in Social Services Relief Funding

The Ontario government is building on the previous two phases of the Social Services Relief Fund with an additional $120… Continue reading “Kawartha Lakes to receive an additional $349,500 in Social Services Relief Funding”

More money for cameras at geared-to-income housing to help counter gang activity

A new provincial grant of $19,125 will see additional closed circuit television cameras installed at city-managed, geared-to-income housing properties in… Continue reading “More money for cameras at geared-to-income housing to help counter gang activity”

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Ontario invests in financial advice and training for small businesses and entreprenuers

The Ontario government is investing over $2 million through the Ontario Together Fund to provide small businesses with free, tailored… Continue reading “Ontario invests in financial advice and training for small businesses and entreprenuers”

Another $680 million for better internet connectivity

Today Mayor Andy Letham joined Mayor Brent Devolin, Mayor of Minden Hills, at the Haliburton County Public Library in Minden… Continue reading “Another $680 million for better internet connectivity”

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Ontario adding new hospital beds in Kawartha Lakes

The Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay will be receiving more than $1.1 million in funding to help alleviate hospital capacity… Continue reading “Ontario adding new hospital beds in Kawartha Lakes”

Kawartha Lakes will see about $390,000 for long-term care, education, more

Kawartha Lakes is being allocated more than $390,000 through combined federal-provincial funding through the new COVID-19 resilience infrastructure stream. This… Continue reading “Kawartha Lakes will see about $390,000 for long-term care, education, more”