The Wingham and District Hospital Foundation has received a grant to help purchase new equipment.
A new plan by the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association shows how Ontario can build at least 22,000 new subsidized off- reserve Indigenous owned and operated units.
The Municipality of South Bruce welcomed a $775,000 contribution from the Nuclear Waste Management organization with a celebration on the weekend.
Demands placed on an emergency fund that provides short-term support for students in the Thames Valley District school board have almost doubled since the pandemic began, with a 60 per cent spike this year alone, an official says.
United Way Perth Huron recently introduced access to its Urgent Needs Fund through the 211 helpline.
The Spruce the Bruce program is now offering Community Stream Grants.
After a big announcement in January celebrating $479 million directed to fully fund the construction of a new lock, the Army Corps of Engineers has had to walk it back, according to a report by The Detroit News.
The billion-dollar project, authorized by Congress at $922 million in 2018, is now estimated to be “somewhere between two times and three times” the cost, Sen.
Coastal restoration efforts are underway across the state as recipients of the Michigan Coastal Management Program grants begin work locally. Seventeen awards totaling more than $1.1 million will fund projects and initiatives to protect, preserve and enhance the state’s coastal resources.
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The Municipality of Kincardine has selected 29 local non-profit organizations to receive Community Investment Grants in 2022. The grants help fund projects which positively impact quality of life in the area, including those involved with arts, culture, heritage, sports, recreation, social, health, environment, and tourism. Almost $60,000 was provided in 2021 through the Community Investment […]
The Ontario Skills Development fund has made an investment into a local skilled trades program.
By Lester Graham
This story is part of “Water’s True Cost,” a series by the Great Lakes News Collaborative focused on the rising cost of water in Michigan and the various causes leading to the state of water systems today. Find the rest of the stories in the series here.
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