To help residents and business owners struggling to cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Municipality of Clarington is easing the tax burden.
Randon Acts of Kindness mean so much at times such as these. What a lovely find at the gazebo at the Orono Public Library. These carefully painted rocks magically appeared around the village spreading joy and reminding us to be kind and look out for each other.
As of March 20, 2020, the Municipality of Clarington has closed all playground equipment and structures. This decision was made based on evidence from the World Health Organization, which states that “… the novel coronavirus may remain on surfaces for a few hours or up to several days, depending on several conditions, including type of […]
Frank Palmieri is paying special attention to his customers. On Friday, March 20, he began implementation of “kindness hour,” opening his store one hour earlier (8:00am – 9:00am) for seniors and customers with disabilities.
An example of creativity and collaboration in trying times, Kendal Hills Farm officially opened its Virtual Farmers Market on Saturday, March 21 and is delivering local farm products to Clarington on Sundays and to Toronto on Thursdays and Fridays.
Just as Clarington East Food Bank (CEFB) was gearing up for community Easter/Spring food drives and anticipating volumes of non-perishable donations; the world came down with COVID-19.
As a community we need to continue working together to protect one another. This means: social distancing – personally, I think physical distancing is clearer, is to be strictly adhered to. Everyone must avoid crowded areas and maintain a distance of two meters (six feet) from people around you. This means: if you travelled during […]