There is a watermain break at the corner of St. Lawrence St at Main St. Crews are onsite. Please avoid the area.
Victim Services in partnership with Ontario Provincial Police, Brockville Police Service and Gananoque Police Service along with numerous community agencies (Community Care and Access Centre, Geriatric Mental Health, Brockville General Hospital, Community Primary Health Care) with support from New Horizon’s Seniors programs have developed a series of services aimed to provide safety information and resources to older adults. These include free home safety audits and safety planning for older adults in Leeds & Grenville (click here to find out more).
How to get funding for projects that promote a culture of entrepreneurship among young Ontarians.
How it works
The Youth Entrepreneurship Partnerships program gives money to non-profit organizations for projects that:
- educate youth about being an entrepreneur
- encourage unique, innovative and collaborative initiatives that promote a culture of entrepreneurship among young Ontarians
The government will fund projects that help build a vibrant and diverse youth entrepreneurship ecosystem. Projects must be collaborative, which means that they must involve one or more partner (s):
- Entrepreneurship events: short-term activities that acknowledge and support young entrepreneurs
- Entrepreneurship initiatives: projects that support knowledge-transfer within or across organizations who offer youth entrepreneurship programs and services
- Entrepreneurship events are eligible for up to $15,000 per event
- Entrepreneurship initiatives are eligible for up to $50,000 per project
Larger community projects or projects targeting multiple communities may be eligible for additional funding.
Email your completed statement of interest to email@example.com
Deadline to submit: Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
More information about the grant visit: https://www.ontario.ca/business-and-economy/student-entrepreneurs-and-no...
Next week’s Regular council meeting will be held WEDNESDAY February 18th – at 6pm at Emergency Services Building at 340 Herbert Street. Agenda will be posted Friday afternoon . Visit: http://www.gananoque.ca/town-hall/town-council/council-meetings
Town Hall will be closed on February 16th for Family Day. Regular hours resume on February 17th 8:30am - 4:30pm . Hope everyone has a wonderful long weekend.
If you are unable to complete your income tax and benefit return by yourself and are unable to pay for assistance, our Community Volunteer Income Tax Program may be for you. max. income 28,000
Specially trained volunteers can help you complete your income tax and benefit return if your income is low and your tax situation is simple.
Volunteers do not complete income tax and benefit returns for deceased persons, bankrupt individuals, or individuals who have capital gains or losses, employment expenses, or business or rental income and expenses.
The service is FREE!
Gananoque location is at CPHC - 740 King St W. Mon. Tues and Thursday 9am-12 by appointment
613 865 - 7500 or 1 800 927 0777