Grants and Loans Survey, National Farmers Union – Ontario

The National Farmers Union – Ontario have recently launched a survey asking farmers in the province about their experiences with grants, loans, and other financial tools, both labour-related and not. They plan to share the information they learn in order to better help Ontario farmers connect with existing financial tools and to highlight areas where there are unaddressed needs.


You can find the survey at this link: opens in a new window



Maison Interlude House

Established in 1983, Maison Interlude House has always supported ​​women victims of domestic violence and their children who are at the core of its development efforts. As a result, nearly 30 years later, MIH has become a multi-services organization to better meet the various needs of women who use our services. Even though at the beginning, MIH provided services exclusively in Prescott and Russell, since 2003, our mandate has been expanded to provide services, through our Outreach Services, to the counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

Please see below for a link to the website:

Maison Interlude House – English web link

Maison Interlude – lien web en français

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Booking Open to Individuals 50 Years of Age and Older, and Group 1 of Essential Workers, Starting Thursday, May 6, 2021

Booking is available at


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COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Booking Open to Individuals 50 Years of Age and Older, and Group 1 of Essential Workers


Rendez-vous de vaccination contre la COVID-19 disponibles aux 50 ans et plus et les travailleurs essentiels du groupe 1

The EOAN Local Food Portal

The Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network introduces the Eastern Ontario Local Food Portal.

The Portal enables food producers (farmers and food/beverage producers in direct marketing) and farmers’ markets to create their own online business presence – or to complement their existing website – where consumers can discover, browse, order, buy, and pay for products from vendors across eastern Ontario. On the Portal, vendors will communicate their product availability, locations, prices, delivery and pickup options, and payment options.

The unique approach of the EOAN Portal is to create a one-stop-shop where consumers and vendors across the region can find each other.


opens in a new windowConsumers can visit the Portal here to shop for local food in Eastern Ontario