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County of Huron to Match Employers with Employees
Huron County Economic Development is looking to hear from both businesses in need of employees to fill essential roles and those that are willing to share that they have laid off workers. This information will be used for the Huron County Economic Development department to help essential service businesses with interim workforce strategies to fill needed roles within the community.
COVID-19 – Huron County Cottagers: Safety First
Cottagers are encouraged to please consider the impact that these unexpected off-season relocations can have on rural communities. The County of Huron urges all residents and cottagers to avoid any non-essential travel. If you are a snowbird, or otherwise returning from travel abroad, the Government of Canada mandates that you self-isolate or self-quarantine for 14 days.
Huron County Businesses Asked to Complete COVID-19 Impact Survey
Huron County Economic Development is asking the business community to fill out a COVID-19 impact survey, providing high-level responses to 10 key questions. The 6-minute Huron County COVID-19 Impact Survey can be found by visiting www.huroncounty.ca/economic-development or Huron County Economic Development on Facebook.
COVID-19 – County of Huron Front Line Workers Need PPE Supplies
If you are a local business or organization that has available PPE supplies in stock for immediate use by County of Huron paramedics, social services, and long-term care homes, please contact the County of Huron.