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Posted On Thursday, 11 April, 2019

PALMERSTON – A grand opening to celebrate a new child care centre in the town of Palmerston will be held this April.
In 2015, the Upper Grand District School Board was approved for $1.54 million dollars through the Ministry of Education’s Capital Funding for New Construction of Child Care.
On April 17, 2019, officials from the UGDSB and the County of Wellington will be at the Palmerston Child Care and Learning Centre to celebrate the official opening of the...

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Posted On Tuesday, 02 April, 2019

Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology, Inc. (SWIFT), a municipal led broadband project initiated by the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus (WOWC), announces the expansion of its Board of Directors as it appoints 13 new members, with 10 returning directors, to allow for an increased representation from both WOWC and SWIFT’s municipal capital partners.
SWIFT’s Board of Directors, originally governed by 15 members, is now comprised of 23 elected directors...

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Posted On Tuesday, 26 March, 2019

ABOYNE - The Wellington Place Child Care and Learning Centre will begin providing child care on Tuesday, September 3. The new child care centre is located on the Wellington Place campus in Aboyne, across from the Wellington Terrace Long Term Care Home. This building was made possible by capital funds from the Ministry of Education and the County of Wellington.
Designed by the award winning +VG architectural firm, the new $3.7 million dollar child care and learning centre...

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Posted On Friday, 22 March, 2019

April 11 - June 2, 2019
ABOYNE – Mamma: In the Meantime is a powerful new exhibit that explores the challenges of ageing, caregiving, and living with dementia. Through a series of photographs, paintings, and videos, Durham artist Tony Luciani tells the story of his mother, Elia, who was diagnosed with dementia in 2014. Luciani’s photographs have caught international attention and have inspired both a TEDx talk and a CBC documentary.
“This project...

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Posted On Wednesday, 06 March, 2019

20,000 Homes Campaign houses 21,254 of Canada’s most vulnerable homeless people. CAEH launches new national effort – Built for Zero Canada – to end chronic homelessness. Guelph-Wellington housed 508 people during the campaign.
TORONTO – Today the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (CAEH) launches a new national effort to end chronic homelessness after its 20,000 Homes Campaign successfully housed 21,254 of Canada's most vulnerable homeless people....

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