Last year, during the kick off to Dream Big Westport, I suggested that volunteers could take on the challenge of beautifying the entrances to the Village by planting spring bulbs. One group took up the challenge, and here is the result of their first year’s efforts on Concession. Thank you! Any other groups or families that want to spend a little time planting bulbs this fall? There are three other entry points/signs that are just begging for some TLC. I pledge a personal
News Release Residential, farm and small business customers continue to benefit from temporary relief measure May 6, 2020 7:00 A.M. Office of the Premier TORONTO — The Ontario government is extending emergency electricity rate relief to families, farms and small businesses until May 31, 2020 during the COVID-19 outbreak. Customers who pay time-of-use electricity rates will continue to be billed at the lowest price, known as the off-peak price, 24 hours a day, seven days a wee
https://www.wsps.ca/WSPS/media/Site/Resources/Downloads/covid-19-delivery-service-health-and-safety-guidance.pdf?ext=.pdf This document is provided by the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services. The link was included in the province’s announcement on May 6 that certain retail stores could open for curbside pickup and delivery beginning on May 12. I have provided the text as well as the link to assist your planning and preparations. OVERVIEW This is not a legal document and
The burn ban affecting Westport will be lifted as of May 8, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. As per by-law provisions, burning is not allowed between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., and a Burn Permit is required for both container/campfires and open air burns. Permits may be obtained by contacting Town Hall at 613-273-2191 and providing the information necessary to complete the application.
Business Owners – This is good news!!!! However, please review the bolded portions of the below News Release as there are conditions that you must meet in accordance with the Ministry of Health’s Guidance Document for Essential Workplaces and occupational health and safety requirements. Please call if you have questions. News Release
May 6, 2020 Retailers to follow health and safety guidelines
TORONTO ― The Ontario government is allowing all retail stores with a street ent
News Release May 1, 2020 Steady Decrease in COVID-19 Cases Required Before Beginning Next Stage of Reopening TORONTO ― The Ontario government is allowing certain businesses and workplaces to reopen as long as they comply with strict public health measures and operate safely during the COVID-19 outbreak. Those permitted to start up include seasonal businesses and some essential construction projects. Today’s announcement was made by Premier Doug Ford, Rod Phillips, Minister of