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Posted Monday, November 10, 2014

WELLINGTON COUNTY- The County of Wellington won a national award on November 7 at the prestigious Canadian HR Award Gala, held at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex in Toronto, as part of a series of global HR events organized by HRD Magazine. The County won in the category for The KPMG Award for "Best Health and Wellness Strategy", one of 17 organizational and individual categories designed to bring national recognition of both large and small organizations for their individual merits. No...

Posted Monday, November 10, 2014

WELLINGTON COUNTY- Please be advised that due to safety concerns, Bridge B000101 on East-West Luther Townline will be closed until further notice. Bridge B000101 is 300 metres north of Wellington Road 15 on the East-West Luther Townline near the boundary of the Township of Wellington North and the Township of Grand Valley. It is immediately north of the Luther Marsh. -30- For more information, please contact: Mark Eby, P.Eng., Construction Manager T 519.837.2600 x 2270 E marke@wellington.c...

Posted Thursday, November 06, 2014

GUELPH- At the Bookshelf Cinema in Guelph today, local community partners gathered for the release of the Wellington-Guelph Drug Strategy's documentary addressing the misuse and abuse of Fentanyl. Fentanyl is a powerful drug provided for pain management, but it can be lethal when used inappropriately. This film, produced by the County of Wellington, introduces a new community initiative to address the misuse of prescription drugs. “The new Fentanyl Patch for Patch process that is being im...

Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2014

C:\Users\jacquelinew\Desktop\Website Updates\news\safety award pictureWELLINGTON COUNTY - The County of Wellington was recognized as one of the safest employers to work for in the country at an awards ceremony in Toronto last night. The County will be featured, alongside all the winners, in the November issue of Canadian Occupational Safety magazine. The County received a gold award for both Psychological Safety and Public Sector. “Occupational health and safety professionals from all across Canada work tirelessly to promote the safety and well-being of the...

Posted Monday, October 27, 2014

WELLINGTON COUNTY-The following individuals have been elected to represent local and County Council for the 2015-2018 term. PUSLINCH Mayor-Dennis Lever County Ward 7 Councillor-Don McKay Local Council-Matthew Bulmer, Wayne Stokley, Susan Fielding, Ken Roth ERIN Mayor-Allan Alls County Ward 9 Councillor-Pierre Brianceau Local Council-John Brennan, Jeff Duncan, Rob Smith, Matt Sammut GUELPH/ERAMOSA Mayor-Chris White County Ward 8 Councillor-Doug Breen (acclaimed) Local Council-David Wo...