As part of the provincial response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, on March 22, 2020, the Ministry of Education announced plans to further support health care professionals and other essential frontline workers, including doctors, nurses, paramedics, firefighters, police, and correctional officers, as well as other essential workers, with access to safe, local emergency child care throughout the duration of the pandemic.

Emergency Child Care to be provided for local Essential Workers

Brant County, ON April 7 Treasure your leaves Shredded leaves are an excellent source of nutrients and protection for your lawn and garden. They help boost nutrients, maintain moisture levels and choke out weeds. For best results, shred leaves when they are dry. Here are some suggested tips: Spread shredded […]

Brant County – Treasure your Leaves

Below is a transcribed version of the statement made by Dr. Elizabeth Urbantke, Acting Medical Officer of Health, on April 10, 2020.  I want to first start by giving everyone an update of where we stand as far as key statistics. In Brant, we currently have: 60 Lab confirmed positive cases […]

Brant Covid-19 Numbers

April 1, 2020 The County of Branthas launched a webpage called Brant Cares ( which offers a variety of community resources and services available to people during this challenging time. “This is what our community is all about,” said Mayor David Bailey. “In our community, we take care of each […]

The County of Brant Launches Brant Cares

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