Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2021 03:56 PM
In partnership with the Town of Georgina and York University's YSpace, the Town of EG has launched the Business Bounce Back program. This new three-month program is designed to support businesses and individuals who are primarily but not exclusively, within the hospitality and tourism sector who require the entrepreneurial and digital skills needed to pivot their existing business or create a new venture. The program will provide founders with the tools, skills, and connections they...
Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2021 02:18 PM
(East Gwillimbury, ON) June 1, 2021 - On Friday, May 28th, the Government of Canada announced it is investing over $192,000 through the Universal Broadband Fund to bring high-speed Internet to residents of rural communities in East Gwillimbury and Vaughan in partnership with Bell. The East Gwillimbury portion of the project will provide a fibre-based, high speed internet to 44 underserved homes in the Callwood Court area of Ward Three.
“With so many families working and learning from home this past...
Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2021 11:45 AM
The East Gwillimbury Farmers’ Market (EGFM) is three days away from the beginning of its 2021 market season, this Thursday, June 3 at the East Gwillimbury Civic Centre. Fresh local goods from a variety of vendors will available every Thursday from 2 to 7 p.m. at the EG Civic Centre until October 7. To welcome everyone, back the Market team will be handing out welcome bags to the first 50 families who visit and 50 children’s bag for kids aged 4 to 12 who want to sign up to join the Farmer Friends...
Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2021 11:18 AM
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Posted on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 10:33 AM
York Region is making improvements to Bathurst Street from Green Lane to Holland Landing Road!
A road preservation treatment, called microsurfacing, will be applied to Bathurst Street. Microsurfacing is a common and cost effective way to maintain and treat roads with minor defects. The road surface can feel rougher and sound noisier after the treatment. Over time, the stones will knead together and the surface will become quieter.
Work is scheduled to begin late May and is anticipated to be completed...