Posted on Monday, April 20, 2020 04:18 PM
To honour the victims of the tragedy that occurred yesterday in Nova Scotia, the Township of Brock has lowered all flags to half-mast for the remainder of today and tomorrow. They will be raised again on Wednesday morning.
“Our thoughts and prayers from all residents of Brock Township go to all those affected by this senseless tragedy” says Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden.
Posted on Monday, April 20, 2020 02:33 PM
The community, residents and businesses, have rallied together to face the challenges of COVID-19. Each week we are going to feature one business and one resident who has gone above and beyond in the fight of COVID-19 and we want to share these amazing stories!!Featured Business: Fisher’s Your Independent Grocer
Mr. Russell Fisher, owner of Fisher’s Your Independent Grocer implemented senior’s only shopping times and many safety measures to keep his staff and residents safe during COVID-19....
Posted on Monday, April 20, 2020 12:19 PM
Whitby, Ontario – Durham Region’s business community is rallying together and working as one cohesive task force to support local businesses, from across the region, during these challenging times.
The Durham Economic Task Force—comprised of local chambers of commerce, boards of trade and business improvement areas (BIAs), the Business Advisory Centre of Durham and other key stakeholders—has shared feedback collected from Durham businesses owners with local elected provincial (MPPs) and federal representatives...
Posted on Monday, April 20, 2020 12:03 PM
Spring clean up of parks and public spaces, beaches and harbour clean up, seasonal preparations of sport fields and facility grounds, and lawn maintenance as well as gardens and hanging baskets are underway with some changes to the services to protect the health and well being of the community and Township of Brock staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residents will see measures such as Township of Brock staff who are maintaining public areas spread out to help ensure they remain two metres apart...
Posted on Monday, April 20, 2020 09:37 AM
Each year in April and May, we conduct winter cleanup on our roadways. We sweep and remove sand and salt from all hard surfaced streets and sidewalks. Street sweeping reduces the amount of dust caused by traffic in urban areas.