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May 27, 2020

Lloyd Johnson entertains every Sunday morning at 10 am at Bond Head Park in Newcastle, raising money for Durham Region Hospice – Clarington. Johnson sings old gospel songs and some of his own music. Newcastle will be home to Clarington’s first residential hospice.

Clarington cancels summer camps and indoor facility rentals

To protect the health and safety of our children and to respond to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Municipality of Clarington has made the difficult decision to cancel its summer camps. Clarington is also suspending all indoor facility rental permits until at least June 28.
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Whatever the issue, community is the answer

COVID-19 impacts cash flow

In a report outlining Clarington’s financial situation, Clarington Council was told that the municipality’s cash flow would be $7.7 million short for 2020 fiscal year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. And as we are still in the pandemic; we have been told that a clear financial picture will be available once staff understands […]
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