The Ontario government is providing $77 million to help people who were laid off due to the impact of COVID-19 find in-demand jobs in their local communities. This funding is being provided through the redesigned Second Career grant program and will help more than 2,750 job seekers with up to $28,000 for tuition, training materials and living expenses. Please see the news release below for details.
– Mental Health Service Information Ontario provides up-to-date information about mental health services and supports in Ontario.
– Service is live-answer 24/7, confidential and free. 1-866-531-2600
– ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling. The helpline is funded by the government of Ontario.
– Drug and Alcohol Helpline 1-800-565-8603
– eMentalHealth.ca is a non-profit initiative of the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health at CHEO, dedicated to improving the mental health of children, youth and families.
The Township of North Stormont requests public input during the development of the 2021 budget. Elected officials will be provided the first draft of the proposed 2021 municipal budget the week of December 21st, 2020. Budget deliberations will commence in late January 2021. Please take the opportunity to assist Council in the budget decision making process.
Please submit your suggestions to any elected official identified below by January 21st, 2021. Community involvement and suggestions are requested and appreciated.
Mayor Jim Wert (firstname.lastname@example.org new email)
Deputy Mayor Frank Landry (email@example.com new email)
Councillor Randy Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org new email)
Councillor Steve Densham (email@example.com new email)
Councillor Roxanne Villeneuve (firstname.lastname@example.org new email)
The November 24th 2020 Council meeting has been cancelled. Please contact the municipal office for more details.