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COVID-19

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As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation evolves, protecting the health and safety of our residents, businesses, and staff is our top priority.  Our Municipal Emergency Control Group has been meeting to make decisions on factors that impact operations and resident services. It is important to know that The Town of Prescott has emergency plans and processes in place to monitor and address emerging issues like this one.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a disruption of services at Town facilities until May 31, 2020. 

  • All essential services are still in place and operating without change in the Town of Prescott, including but not limited to water and wastewater management, emergency services, and garbage and recycling collection.
  • Town Hall is closed to the public.  Town Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistance to residents.  Services to the public will continue by phone and electronic means.  Please call 613-925-2812, ext. 6200 or email admin@prescott.ca for assistance.
  • Council, Committee of the Whole, and Committees of Council will only meet to deal with legislative, regulatory and/or time sensitive issues.
  • The Prescott Fire Department will continue operating under their standard operating procedures.
  • All Town recreational programming, events, and facility rentals have ceased until May 31, 2020, as gatherings can accelerate the spread of the virus. Large gathering events will not take place in June. These measurers will be continually reviewed.

The province has enacted a declaration of emergency to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and protect the public. As a result, the following establishments have been required to close: bars and restaurants (except those offering take-out and delivery), indoor recreational programs, public libraries, private schools, licensed childcare centres, movie cinemas, theatres, and concert venues. These mandated closures will remain in place until June 9, 2020 when the province will reassess the need for an extension or end the closures.  The Town of Prescott  declared a local state of emergency on March 23, 2020. 

As this is an evolving situation, we continue to remind people of the importance of using credible sources to stay informed, and encourage others to do the same. In order to keep up to date with official information, please refer to the following sources:

Ontario Ministry of Health: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus

Pubic Health Ontario:  https://www.publichealthontario.ca

Ontario COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus

Health Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Public Health:  https://healthunit.org/coronavirus/

Canada Border Services Agency: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html 

 Town of Prescott COVID-19 Media Releases

May 20, 2020

May 15, 2020

May 8, 2020

April 16, 2020

March 13, 2020

March 16, 2020

March 18, 2020

March 23, 2020

April 16, 2020

May 8, 2020

 COVID-19 Public Health Resources & Testing Information

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark Health Unit: Coronavirus

Province of Ontario: Coronavirus  

Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings

Public Health Guidance for Businesses in Leeds, Grenville & Lanark

Social Distancing

Advice to Travellers

How to Self-Isolate

Children's Mental Health of Leeds & Grenville

COVID-19 Self-Assessment

 

The province is recommending that people come forward and get tested who meet the criteria below.  

  1. All people with at least one symptom of COVID-19, even mild symptoms. Please see the list of symptoms on the assessment tool here: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/  
  2. People who do not have symptoms but are concerned that they have been exposed to COVID-19. This includes people who are contacts of or may have been exposed to a confirmed or suspected case.
  3. People who do not have symptoms but feel they are at risk of exposure to COVID-19 through their employment, including essential workers (e.g., health care workers, grocery store employees, food processing plant employees).

No person who is symptomatic or who is concerned they have been exposed to COVID-19 will be declined a test at an assessment centre.

 

How to get tested?

The Ministry of Health will have a listing all of the assessment centres on the www.ontario.ca website for people to find assessment centres in any area. People no longer need to be referred to an assessment centre by Telehealth Ontario, Primary Care, or Public Health. Our Assessment Centres will likely experience increased volume as a result of this directive so there may be longer wait times to be tested.

  • Brockville: Open to walk-ins. People can come and get a test anytime Monday to Friday 10:00am–5:30pm and Saturday and Sunday 10:00am–2:30pm
  • Smiths Falls: By appointment only. Anyone can book their own appointment by calling 283-2330 extension 1401 to schedule an appointment. The telephones are answered from Monday to Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm and Saturday 10am to 4pm.
  • Almonte: People do not need a referral but do need an appointment. Call 613-325-1208 to make an appointment. The hours are Monday to Saturday, from 10:00am to 6:00pm
COVID-19 Related Closures and Impacts in Prescott

Updates on Municipal closures will be listed here in reverse chronological order, with most recent closures appearing first. 
May 22 - Updates to Open/Closed Status of Outdoor Municipal Assets

May 19 - Prescott Public Library opens for curb side pick-up and drop off of library materials, at west entrance of Municipal Building  

May 8 - 8:00 a.m. the total open-air burn ban across Leeds & Greville, including Town of Prescott, is lifted. 

All open-air burning rules will be strictly enforced with ZERO tolerance for violations of the Town of Prescott Open-Air Burning By-Law 11-2008. Only small contained fires that are used for the purpose of cooking/recreational enjoyment, that meet all by-law regulations and are always supervised shall be permitted. Although the burn ban has been lifted, residents MUST continue to follow all federal and provincial COVID-19 orders which include physical distancing and no gatherings of more than 5 people. 

2:00 p.m. municipal boat launch set to open. Signage in place to remind users to maintain physical distancing requirements. 

April 27  - the Province of Ontario has released a framework for reopening the province in three stage approach. The timing of the stages are not yet determined and are dependant on factors such as the decline of cases over a two week span and the ability to implement protective measures. The plan outlines that outdoors spaces such as parks will be part of the first stage of eased restrictions. Read More about the Framework

April 15 - all Town of Prescott municipal closures and impacts due to COVID-19 have been extended to May 12, 2020. 

April 8 - all municipal & in-kind supported events and initiatives cancelled until May 31. Large public events including Community Pool Party & A Taste of Prescott will not take place in June. 

April 5 - all Town of Prescott municipal closures and impacts due to COVID-19 have been extended to April 30, 2020. 

March 31 - All Outdoor Recreational Amenities Across Province New Closed

In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep people home, the Government of Ontario has extended closures under the Declaration of Emergency and associated emergency measures to April 13, 2020.

In response to the Province of Ontario’s order issued March 30 at 6:00 p.m. under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, all Town of Prescott outdoor recreation amenities are closed, effective immediately.

In Town of Prescott, the following municipal recreational spaces will be closed to the public: 

  • Municipal boat launch
  • All outdoor municipal sports fields & turf areas
  • Picnic areas and benches in municipal parks and green spaces
  • Kiwanis Skate Park
  • Prescott Tennis Club
  • Kelly’s Beach
  • Community gardens
  • Park shelters including Kinsmen Amphitheatre and Rotary Pavilion
  • Prescott Scuba Park

Staff will be installing signs at each facility to remind the public. At this time, Town of Prescott green spaces and open spaces remain available for walkthrough and public use provided users are doing so in accordance with advised social and physical distances measures, and are in groups of 5 or less from within the same household. The COVID-19 virus can survive outdoors in the current weather conditions. As weather conditions change, the Town of Prescott will consult with Public Health respecting the effect on the virus on outdoor facilities. Town staff will continue to take advice and direction from Public Health Officials, and take appropriate measures as necessary.

 

March 28 - Province of Ontario has prohibited gatherings of 5 or more people. This does not apply to households with 5+ people, however it does apply to organized social events such as yard sales, weddings, parades, social gathering and communal services within places of worship. Funerals may have a limit of 10 guests. Day cares providing services to frontline workers are exempt. More information on this can be found here: bit.ly/OntarioProhibitsGatherings5orMore

 

March 27 - Assessment Centre for residents of Leeds & Grenville opens in Brockville, open 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, including weekends. Anyone who thinks they may have COVID-19 is encouraged to go to the Ministry of Health’s website and complete a self-assessment online. Appointments at the Assessment Centre can be made by referral only. Referrals can be sent by your primary care provider (family doctor, nurse practitioner, or clinic) or, if you do not have a provider, by the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit. If you have questions, please contact your health care provider or the Health Unit and they will direct you through the next steps. 


March 25 - A total open-air burn ban has been placed across the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville at 11:59 p.m. until further notice. 

The ban applies to all open-air fires including agricultural burns, brush piles, burn barrels, campfires, chimeneas, cooking fires, consumer fireworks, incinerators and other types of outdoor burning, but does not include cooking appliances with a mechanical shutoff, i.e. propane or natural gas cooking equipment. Due to the concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, the need for social distancing and to assist in the health, safety and well-being of our firefighters an open-air burn ban has been placed as a precautionary measure to avoid any additional strain on fire services at this time.

 

March 24 - All playgrounds and play equipment in municipal parks to close for the foreseeable future, to limit the spread of COVID-19. 

Over the past several days, officials at the Town of Prescott have been engaged in extensive conversation and consultation on disinfecting procedures, and other measures the municipality can undertake to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The safety and well-being of Town of Prescott community members remains our top priority. As a result, all municipally-owned Playground Structures are closed indefinitely, to be reviewed on April 5, 2020 amongst other precautionary closures. Signage will be installed at each park playground structure to indicate the closure. Residents are encouraged to get exercise and outdoors where possible, while still respecting social distancing practices. The COVID-19 virus can survive outdoors in the current weather conditions. Members of the community are reminded to be diligent in their hygiene and social distance practices.The Town of Prescott will continue to engage and work alongside Leeds-Grenville-Lanark Public Health Unit officials to take appropriate measures as necessary. 


Province of Ontario mandates the closure of all non-essential businesses at 11:59 p.m. for a minimum of 14 days.
More information on this can be found here: bit.ly/OntarioEssentialBusinesses 

March 23 - Town of Prescott declared a municipal State of Emergency. This allows the municipality greater measures in responding, but does not force closure of businesses in Prescott (unless mandated by higher levels of government) or impose a curfew on residents. 

LGL Health Unit offices to be closed to the walk-in public, effective immediately. Essential services continuing are listed here: https://healthunit.org/service-changes/

 
March 20 - Town Hall is now closed to the public. municipal payments for invoices, fines, or taxes can be mailed (cheque or money order) to
P.O. Box 160, Prescott, ON, K0E 1T0. You may also telephone with credit card payments (613) 925-2812 ext. 6200. 


March 18 - Council, Committee of the Whole, and Committees of Council will only meet to deal with legislative, regulatory and/or time sensitive
issues. Facility closures and other precautionary measures to be reviewed on April 5, 2020. 

March 17  - CPHC adult day care program at the Prescott Health Centre discontinues. Other CPHC services remain in place to serve the region. 


March 16 - Town Hall remains operational and open, by appointment only, to assist residents. Please telephone for an appointment, (613) 925-2812
ext. 6200 or email admin@prescott.ca.


March 13 - Effective immediately, all Town recreational programming and facility rentals will cease for the immediate future, including Walker House Adult Recreational Centre, and Prescott Public Library. CPHC adult day care program at the Prescott Health Centre continues. 

COVID-19 Information/Supports for Businesses, Individuals & the Self Employed

The Town of Prescott Economic Development Department is tracking and providing information related to COVID-19 business and employee supports, as this situation evolves.  Please see below for resources available to assist businesses and employees during this pandemic.

“Small business is at the very heart of communities like Prescott, so please know that we stand with you during this challenging time,” says Mayor Brett Todd. “The Town of Prescott is continuing operations during the COVID-19 outbreak. We stand ready to assist business however we can. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any concerns or questions, so we can best help you weather this storm together.”

Ontario Government Survey - Economic impacts of COVID-19
Share the impact coronavirus outbreak is having on your business and your community.  Closing date: June 12, 2020.

Government Supports Available

Government of Canada Support for Businesses

Online COVID-19 Benefits Finder Tool for Businesses & Individuals

     Key Supports

     Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) 

     - New eligibility criteria announced May 19th: The program will now be available to a greater number of businesses that are sole proprietors               receiving income directly from their businesses, businesses that rely on contractors, and family-owned corporations that pay employees through         dividends rather than payroll.
     - Business Loan Program up to $40,000

     Ontario-Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance Program (OCECRA) 
     - Rent Relief for Commercial Landlords/Tenants

     Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (for Small-Medium Business)
 
    
- Loan Program for Tourism and Small-Medium Businesses that are unable to access other federal COVID-19 relief measures.

     Business Credit Availability Program 
     - Business Loans & Co-Lending Programs

     Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) 
     - Employee Wage Subsidies up to 75%

          Wage Subsidy Application Guide

     Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility (LEEFF)

     - Provides bridge financing to Canada’s largest employers, with annual revenues generally in the order of $300 million or higher.

     Work Sharing Program

     - Provides income support to employees eligible for Employment Insurance benefits who work a temporary reduced work week while

     their employer recovers

Government of Canada Support for Individuals & Self Employed

     Key Supports

     CERB- Canada Emergency Response Benefit - Application Link 
     - Income Supports for Individuals and Self-Employed Impacted by COVID 19

     CERB FAQ's

Province of Ontario Support for Businesses

Province of Ontario Support for Individuals & Self Employed

Factsheet - Provincial and Federal Government COVID-19 Supports for Businesses, Individuals and the Self Employed

WSIB Business Financial Relief

Farm Credit Canada COVID-19 Support Program

Business Closure Updates

List of Essential Businesses Permitted to Open

Regulated Health-Care Providers Approved to Reopen - May 26th

Ontario is allowing over two dozen health-care providers, including chiropractors, dentists and massage therapists, to return to work immediately once health and safety guidelines are in place.  Health regulatory colleges are now in the process of developing guidance to ensure high-quality and safe clinical care that must be met before services can resume.  Providers should follow up with their regulatory college to obtain further direction/reopening requirements.

Ministry of Health Directive 2 for Health Care Providers

http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/coronavirus/docs/directives/RHPA_professionals.pdf

List of Regulated Health-Care Providers

http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/hhrsd/about/regulated_professions.aspx

Ontario Further Eases Restrictions on Retail Stores and Essential Construction During COVID-19 - May 16th

  • Friday, May 8 at 12:01 a.m., garden centres and nurseries will be able to open for in-store payment and purchases, operating under the same guidelines as grocery stores and pharmacies.
  • Saturday, May 9 @ 12:01 a.m., Hardware stores and safety supply stores will be permitted to open for in-store payment and purchases
  • Monday, May 11 at 12:01 a.m., retail stores with a street entrance can begin offering curbside pickup and delivery, in accordance with the Ministry of Health's Guidance Document for Essential Workplaces and occupational health and safety requirements.
  • Essential construction has also been extended to allow below-grade multi-unit residential construction projects like apartments and condominiums to begin and existing above-grade projects to continue.

Ontario Announces Additional Workplaces that Can Reopen - May 14th

Ontario Permits Certain Businesses to Reopen Under Strict Safety Guidelines - Effective Monday, May 4th, 2020 @ 12:01am

Alcohol and Gaming Commission - Liquor Licenses sell liquor for takeout or delivery along with food

Parks Canada suspends camping, group activities and events at all national parks, historic sites and canals until May 31, 2020

Prescott Business Opening/Closure Updates

For local business closures & ongoing COVID-19 business updates, monitor the official Town of Prescott and Prescott BIA social media pages.

Prescott Business Updates Ad - South Grenville Journal May 20th

Prescott Business Updates Ad - South Grenville Journal May 13th

Prescott Business Updates Ad - South Grenville Journal May 6th

Prescott Business Updates Ad - South Grenville Journal Apr 29th

FREE Business Advertising

Business Resources

Business Reopening Resources

Ontario Sector Specific Guidelines & Materials to Assist Businesses with Reopening

Health Unit Reopening Guidance for Businesses

Leeds Grenville PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Business Suppliers

Ontario PPE Business Supplier Directory

Ontario Framework for Reopening the Province

     Framework for Reopening - Stage 1

     Detailed List of Stage 1 Openings

Resources for Public Posting

Sector Specific Posters/Resources

Public Safety Guide - For Business Posting - Public Health Unit 

Cleaning Public Spaces Factsheet - Public Health Ontario

Preventing COVID-19 in the Workplace Factsheet - Government of Canada

Additional Links/Resources

Leeds-Grenville County - Business Supports Resource Page

Business Workshops/Webinars

SLCEDC - St. Lawrence Corridor Economic Development Commission

     SLCEDC - St. Lawrence Corridor Economic Development Commission - Business Supports

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)

Grenville CFDC (Community Futures Development Corporation)

CSE Consulting - Prescott

LG/Ontario Approved Professionals

Canadian Chamber of Commerce - Pandemic Preparedness Guide for Business

Canadian Business Resilience Network - COVID 19 Resources for Businesses

Ontario Chamber of Commerce

CFIB - Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses

RCC - Retail Council of Canada

BDC - Business Development Bank of Canada

RTO 9 - South Eastern Ontario

TIAO - Tourism Industry Association of Ontario

OBIAA - Ontario Business Improvement Area Association

National Research Council (NRC) COVID 19 Programs

Export Development Canada

Restaurants Canada

Business Supports Needed to Combat COVID-19

Are you a business that can supply products and services in support of the response to COVID-19?  The Ontario and Canada Governments are seeking help from businesses and organizations who can supply emergency products and innovative solutions to support our response to COVID-19.

Canada wants to hear from you. Find out more here.

Ontario wants to hear from you. Find out more here.

General Resources and News Updates

Stop the Spread Business Information Line Now Open at 1-888-444-3659

The province has launched a toll-free line 1-888-444-3659 to provide support to Ontario businesses who have questions about the province's recent emergency order to close at-risk workplaces following recommendations by Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health.

Report Price Gouging Related to COVID-19

Government of Ontario COVID-19 Resources/News

Government of Canada COVID-19 Resources/News

Don't hesitate to reach out to Prescott's Economic Development Department for assistance in navigating the various business resources available via email at dvalentyne@prescott.ca or phone at 613-925-2812 Ext 6221.

Social Services Relief Fund - Program Now Available

Protecting the health and well-being of our residents of Leeds and Grenville is a priority for the Community and Social Services Division of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville.

The Provincial government has announced a new Social Services Relief Fund (SSRF) in response to the COVID-19 crisis, which is a shared initiative between the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, and the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

In Leeds & Grenville, funding is available for SSRF services and programs. For those that are not associated with a community agency, please contact the Employment and Education Centre: (613) 498-2111 ext. 234 (Martin) or visit www.eecentre.com.  

SSRF funds can be accessed for assistance with utilities, personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies, rent, food, and travel costs. SSRF is a one-time financial assistance available for residents of Leeds & Grenville affected by COVID-19. 

 

Message from the OPP regarding COVID-19

OPP members continue to respond to all urgent and non–urgent calls for service. 

For emergencies, please call 9-1-1.

For all other police matters, please call 1-888-310-1122 or the Grenville County Detachment at 613-925-4221 (Prescott) or 613-258-3441 (Kemptville). 

For less serious incidents, report online by visiting www.opp.ca/reporting

You can use the online reporting system for: 

  • Lost/missing property under $5000
  • Stolen license plates or validation stickers
  • Theft from a vehicle under $5000
  • Mischief to a vehicle under 45000
  • Mischief under $5000
  • Theft under $5000
  • Driving Complaints 

 

Please DO NOT use the system for: 

  • If the occurrence is an emergency
  • Occurrences outside of OPP jurisdiction
  • If there are any identifiable suspects
  • If anyone was injured
  • If the occurrence involves a weapon
  • In the occurrence involves and damage to a motor vehicle due to an actual, or apparent collision, including fail to remain collisions
  • If the occurrence involves a break and enter
  • If the total value of the property or damage exceeds $5000
  • If the occurrence involves drugs or gambling
  • If the occurrence involves a passport
  • If the occurrence involves a lost or missing license plate, validation sticker or disabled parking permit 

 

The OPP has a responsibility to enforce laws enacted under the Emergency Measures and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA). This includes ensuring that specific business and facilities remain closed and that there are no organized public events which include 50 or more people. 

Questions regarding self-isolation or quarantines should be directed to Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit or to the Public health Agency of Canada. 

 

 Canada Emergency Response Benefit

In response to the COVID-19 situation, the government has introduced the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit as part of Canada’s Economic Response Plan.

CERB- Canada Emergency Response Benefit - Application Link

CERB FAQ's

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit will provide a taxable benefit of $2,000 a month for up to 4 months to:

  • Workers who must stop working due to COVID-19 and do not have access to paid leave or other income support.
  • Workers who are sick, quarantined, or taking care of someone who is sick with COVID-19.
  • Working parents who must stay home without pay to care for children that are sick or need additional care because of school and daycare closures.
  • Workers who still have their employment but are not being paid because there is currently not sufficient work and their employer has asked them not to come to work.
  • Wage earners and self-employed individuals, including contract workers, who would not otherwise be eligible for Employment Insurance.

 

Important information for workers who have lost their jobs or are unable to work:

  • Workers should continue to apply for Employment Insurance benefits.
  • Individuals who have already applied for Employment Insurance will be automatically enrolled for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit.
  • The Canada Emergency Response Benefit will be accessible through a secure web portal starting in early April. Applicants will also be able to apply via an automated telephone line or via a toll-free number.
  • Visit the Canada Revenue Agency website for additional information on how the Canada Emergency Response Benefit will help workers.

 

Service Canada can help!

Employment Insurance and Pension applications can be made online at:https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/portfolio/service-canada.html

If an individual requires assistance with one our critical services and benefits they can complete a service request form at: Canada.ca/service-canada-e-service. Once the service request is submitted, a Service Canada representative will contact the individual within 2 business days at the phone number they indicate.

Resources for Older Adults

Senior Centre Without Walls (SCWW) 

To help our adults and older adults connect socially from home during the COVID-19 public health crisis, Walker House Adult Recreation Centre is launching a NEW "Seniors' Centre Without Walls" program in partnership with the Older Adult Centres' Association of Ontario (OACAO) and sponsored by the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility (MSAA).

This is a free telephone program for recreational and social activities for all residents of Prescott (not required to be a member of Walker House). This program is intended to connect Prescott adults and older adults with others for support and friendly conversation during this time of physical distancing.

Whether you're seeking information, entertainment, or a friendly voice to chat with over the telephone, there is a full schedule of programming, including special guests from the community! We are continuing to explore new programming opportunities, and if you'd like to get involved please get in touch.

Free drop-in telephone program open to all residents of Prescott begins Friday, May 1.

Dial 1-866-279-1594   Enter passcode 5 9 5 0 5 6   Then press #            Say your name, then press #

May 2020 SCWW Activity Schedule
Mon. 11 a.m.  Mindfulness
Mon. 2 p.m.   Chat with Susan (updates) 
Tues. 11 a.m.  Use your Noodle! With Mary
Wed. 2 p.m.   Member Biography (May 6, 20) alternating with Special Guest (May 13, 27)
Thurs.10:30 a.m.  Faith Lift with Rev. Tracey
Fri. 11 a.m.  Share Good News
Fri. 2:30 p.m.  Name That Tune ‘50s (May 1)
Read me a Story (May 8, 22), Music Requests (May 15), Singalong to the Oldies (May 29)

No programs on Monday, May 18 (Victoria Day); Chat with Susan moved to May 19 (2 p.m.) 

More information: walkerhouse@prescott.ca    613 925 5300   www.walkerhouseprescott.com  www.facebook.com/WalkerHousePrescott 

Baby Boomer Fitness and Beyond

YourTV Brockville introduces “Baby Boomer Fitness and Beyond” with Lucy and Ramona Braganza. Exercise routines you can do in the comfort of your own home, plus nutrition tips designed for Baby Boomers and beyond!

Cogeco subscribers in the Brockville and Prescott region can watch every weekday beginning Monday April 13 at 12:00 p.m. on CH. 700

YourTV schedule information click here: https://yourtv.tv/brockville/schedule

Senior Support Services (CPHC) offers $20 food bags of staples by delivery, frozen meals, wellness calls, pick up medications 

Volunteer Centre St. Lawrence-Rideau can coordinate volunteer assistance to deliver groceries

 

 

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