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Wellington County approves nearly $1 million in emergency loan program

Wellington County approves nearly $1 million in emergency loan program

Tuesday's economic development meeting showed the county's Keep Well program gave small loans to 73 applicants and supported 311 jobs
Body recovered. Elora Gorge drowning victim identified

Body recovered. Elora Gorge drowning victim identified

20-year-old from Amherstburg went under while swimming and never resurfaced
Donkey Sanctuary of Canada offering virtual visits

Donkey Sanctuary of Canada offering virtual visits

A donation will give you access to a weekly video link that goes live May 24
All summer productions at Drayton Festival Theatre cancelled

All summer productions at Drayton Festival Theatre cancelled

This summer season would have marked the 30th anniversary of the company's flagship venue
Free craft project pops up in Centre Wellington

Free craft project pops up in Centre Wellington

The Power of Positive project provides free craft kits for youth to create and give out to community members
GRCA re-opening some trails and conservation areas tomorrow

GRCA re-opening some trails and conservation areas tomorrow

The Grand River Conservation Authority is opening some properties for hiking, walking and bird-watching but camping, boating and fishing are not permitted at this time
Centre Wellington grads to still get a snapshot of the prom experience

Centre Wellington grads to still get a snapshot of the prom experience

Elora photographer Sophie Hogan wants to safely help students document an important time in their lives
Seniors' residence developer details potential partnership with Mapleton

Seniors' residence developer details potential partnership with Mapleton

The town is being offered a 15 per cent stake in exchange for financial and other supports
Elora rehab centre continues to help youth in recovery

Elora rehab centre continues to help youth in recovery

Portage Ontario has made some adjustments, such as quarantining new residents and incorporating video conferencing in light of the pandemic
GRCA lays off 75 employees, looking at potential $5 million operating loss

GRCA lays off 75 employees, looking at potential $5 million operating loss

The Grand River Conservation Authority said layoffs were necessary to reduce overall payroll expenses in order to maintain critical services