Huron County, Ontario – The County of Huron is reviewing, expanding, and developing new youth engagement opportunities. This includes providing youth with professional development opportunities directly with the County. These internship programs and work placements are of great benefit to Huron’s youth. They help to ensure that the youth of today have access to the […]
On April 6, 2022, the County of Huron ended the State of Emergency that was declared on March 24, 2020 in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Municipalities may declare state of emergencies in accordance with the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.
The County of Huron has lowered its flags to half-mast to honour the 215 children whose lives were taken at the former Kamloops residential school and all Indigenous children who never made it home, the survivors, and their families. The flags will remain at half-mast for 9 days – 215 hours – to represent each life.
The Huron County Connects is a dynamic and interactive virtual engagement platform, that provides participants with the information they need to engage with County staff in real time and in a meaningful way. Projects listed on Huron County Connects are County of Huron initiatives identified for public engagement, and led by County staff. www.HuronCountyConnects.ca
The County of Huron encourages Huron County residents to continue following all public health guidelines and avoiding non-essential travel, under the provincial Stay-at-Home order. Thank you to all Huron County residents for their diligence and resilience over this last year.
The County of Huron extends heartfelt gratitude to the staff, partners, and many volunteers working to ensure the local mass vaccination clinic is a success. The clinic is operated in partnership with the Town of Goderich, the County of Huron, Primary Healthcare partners, and Huron Perth Public Health, and is supported by many dedicated volunteers.
Sunshine, warmer temperatures, and fresh spring blossoms are lifting spirits across the County as Huron heads into the long weekend. There is much to be joyful about, but as residents prepare for holiday celebrations they are reminded that the risks of COVID-19 remain steady. Residents should continue to follow all public health recommendations this Easter weekend.