January 10, 2022

Huron Out of the Cold emergency shelter extends hours amid Omicron surge.

The Huron Out of the Cold: Heart to Home emergency cold weather shelter is extending its hours. See for hours.

January 6, 2022

Huron residents invited to engage in County of Huron’s 2022 budget process.

Stay informed on the County of Huron’s 2022 Budget process by visiting

January 5, 2022

Emergency Child Care available for school-aged children of health care and other eligible frontline workers.

The County of Huron Children’s Services Division and partner agencies are providing free Emergency Licensed Child Care for school-aged children of health care and other eligible frontline workers starting January 10. Visit for more information.

November 23, 2021

County of Huron Announces Awards of Merit for Accessibility

The Huron County Accessibility Awards Program celebrates organizations and individuals in Huron County who are working to build a more inclusive community and make a difference in the lives of Canadians living with a disability.

November 22, 2021

County of Huron undertakes a Homelessness Enumeration Project and By-Name List.

Individuals experiencing homelessness, who would like to participate in the Enumeration Project and/or be added to the By-Name List, are encouraged to reach out, between November 29 and December 3, to any Huron County support agencies such as, Choices for Change, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), or Ontario Works, or they can visit any Huron County Library branch, or call 519.525.5922.

November 18, 2021

County of Huron releases Be Part of the Solution, a homelessness & housing instability education campaign.

In recognition of National Housing Day (Canada) on November 22, the County of Huron has released Be Part of the Solution, a public awareness campaign to support the sharing of resources surrounding homelessness and housing instability in Huron. Learn more at

November 17, 2021

Report recommends steps to address discrimination in Huron-Perth

Indigenous people, immigrants and visible minorities are more likely to experience discrimination than white, non-immigrant individuals in Huron and Perth Counties, a new research report has found. Dr. Natalia Lapshina, Dr. Victoria Esses and the Network for Economic and Social Trends of Western University conducted the research, in partnership with the Forum Research Inc. who administered a survey to 595 individuals in Huron and Perth Counties.

November 15, 2021

Huron County Library will eliminate overdue fines in 2022

The Huron County Library is very pleased to announce that starting Jan. 1, 2022, the library will no longer charge fines on overdue materials. All outstanding overdue fines will be forgiven effective Jan. 1, 2022. Fees will, however, continue to be charged for lost or damaged materials.

November 9, 2021

Drive Safe and Arrive Safe in Grey, Bruce, and Huron County This Winter

The Transportation Departments of Grey, Bruce, and Huron County have partnered with the Ministry of Transportation and the Ontario Provincial Police to remind the public about Winter Road Safety. All roadway users must travel safely, share the road, and respect others.

November 8, 2021

County of Huron Welcomes Vicki Lass as the new Director of Economic Development

The County of Huron welcomes Vicki Lass.  Vicki has joined the County as Director of Economic Development and will begin her role on December 6, 2021.