April 22, 2021

Cycle Tourism Webinar to Help Businesses Further Develop Huron County as Cycling Destination

Supported by the County of Huron, the Ontario By Bike Network will be hosting a free cycle tourism webinar workshop, tailored for businesses in Huron County on May 10, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. To register for the Ontario By Bike & Cycle Tourism Development in Huron County workshop, visit:

April 19, 2021

County of Huron shares current climate actions in honour of Earth Day.

In honour of Earth Day, the County of Huron is reflecting on the ways current actions are contributing to and mitigating climate change. County staff are taking proactive action to reduce consumption, achieve energy savings, generate awareness on climate concerns and issues, and are always looking for areas of improvement.

April 9, 2021

Huron County Summer Company Program Now Accepting Applicants for 2021.

Applications are now being accepted for the annual Summer Company program. Successful applicants will receive up to $3,000 in start-up funds and business coaching throughout the summer, 2021. For more information about the Summer Company program, please visit or contact Patrick Donnelly, Entrepreneur and Business Coach, at 519.524.8394  x3307 or by email at

April 8, 2021

Free “How to Develop Your Mandatory COVID Safety Plan” webinars available for Huron County businesses and organizations.

Huron County Economic Development is joining the Stratford Perth Centre for Business, a department of investStratford, to offer 7 free webinars in April on “How to Develop Your Mandatory COVID Safety Plan” for general businesses, festivals and events, and cultural industries. To learn more or to register for one of these webinars, or any other free webinars hosted by Huron County Economic Development, please visit Huron County Economic Development on Facebook and Eventbrite.

March 31, 2021

Huron County residents urged to continue following public health directions for a safe and enjoyable Easter weekend

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.

March 30, 2021

Three Huron County Businesses Receive $5,000 Grant from Starter Company Plus Program

The County of Huron, in partnership with the Province of Ontario, have awarded three Huron County entrepreneurs grant funding of $5,000 to support their start-up and growth efforts through the Starter Company Plus program. For more information about the Starter Company Plus program, please visit or contact Patrick Donnelly, Entrepreneur and Business Coach, at 519.524.8394 ext. 3307 or by email at

March 26, 2021

Last Chance to Visit Reflections: The Life and Work of J.W. (Jack) McLaren at the Huron County Museum

The Exhibit, Reflections: The Life and Work of J.W. (Jack) McLaren, is on at the Huron County Museum until April 30, 2021. Visit for more information.

March 24, 2021

Huron Heritage Fund Deadline Approaches

May 1, 2021 is the next deadline for individuals and organizations to submit applications for the Huron Heritage Fund. More information about the application process can be found on the Huron County Museum’s website at

March 15, 2021

County of Huron Official Plan 5 Year Review Nears Completion

The Huron County Official Plan 5 Year Review process is nearing completion. The public is invited to learn more about the proposed Official Plan update by attending the final virtual Open House, which is scheduled for March 30th at 7PM. For more information and registration, visit