The Big White Wall is a web site that offers free resources for people suffering from issues with their mental health. Support from peers and trained professionals is always available. The website provides a safe place where people can talk about their worries and fears anonymously.
A new public transportation route along highway 10 between Owen Sound and Shelburne has been created as a pilot project by Grey County and Home and Community Support Services of Grey-Bruce. This program is offering FREE transportation along the highway twice a day on Mondays and Thursdays until March 31, 2018. The transportation program is called Movin’GB. It was developed to assist residence without affordable transportation to get to community programs and medical appointments. This transportation service can be used by anyone over the age of eighteen. Riders need to be at pickup locations at the scheduled arrival times. Call 519-370-0558 or 1-888-660-6048 for more information about the program. A copy of the pickup schedule can be found at Movin’GB transportation Service.
If you are a resident of Canada for part or all of a tax year you may need to file a tax return. Individuals that do not file a tax return are not eligible to receive refundable tax credits. You may be eligible to have your taxes completed at a free tax clinic if you have a low-income and cannot afford to pay to have your taxes completed. The Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force has developed a list of Free Income Tax Preparation Services. Link into to find Government of Canada or Settlement.org to obtain information on filing a tax return.
The Ontario Parks Blog has some great tips on events happening at the numerous parks across the province of Ontario. There are helpful posts on a variety of topics including booking a site, finding employment, hiking and seasonal activities to enjoy. Here is a link to a excellent post that provides information on how to dress for a outdoor winter activity.
Take a minute and experience the spectacular aerial views of Grey County.