Community Messages

Sunday, January 24
All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

Monday, January 25
All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

Tuesday, January 26
All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

Wednesday, January 27
All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

Thursday, January 28
All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

12:00 PM

Resiliency Building Tips - Virtual Workshop

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Townsend-Smith Foundation presents a Virtual Workshop RESILIENCY BUIDLING TIPS - FREE WORKSHOP Featuring Ana Nunes-Freitas Wellness Care Manager and Caregiver Educator Saturday, January 28, 2020 from 12:00-1:00pm Register at townsend-smith.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Virtual Workshop

  • Virtual , Virtual, N/A
Friday, January 29
All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

Saturday, January 30
All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

Sunday, January 31
All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Mayor Encourages Hope & Unity with a Leave-the-Lights on Challenge Halton Hills, ON – Following the example set by the City of Kitchener, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette is encouraging residents if they are able, to leave their holiday lights on throughout the month of January. “It’s the start of a new year and while we have every reason to be hopeful, these times remain challenging,” he said. “Let’s all keep our holiday lights on to spread goodwill during this gloomy time of year as we await news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.” Displaying Christmas lights is not the only way to keep festive cheer alive; residents may place a battery-operated candle in their window or build a snowman in the front yard as a demonstration of hope and community unity. “Although we remain at home respecting COVID-19 public health guidelines, this doesn’t preclude nighttime neighbourhood walks with the family to look at lights and displays,” said the Mayor.  

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

Monday, February 1
All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

Tuesday, February 2
All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

Wednesday, February 3
All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

Thursday, February 4
All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

Friday, February 5
All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

Saturday, February 6
All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

Sunday, February 7
All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

Monday, February 8
All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

Tuesday, February 9
All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

Wednesday, February 10
All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

Thursday, February 11
All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

Friday, February 12
All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

Saturday, February 13
All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

Sunday, February 14
All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

Monday, February 15
All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

Tuesday, February 16
All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

Wednesday, February 17
All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

Thursday, February 18
All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

Friday, February 19
All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

Saturday, February 20
All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

Sunday, February 21
All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

Monday, February 22
All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.    

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

Tuesday, February 23
All day

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

More Resources on the Coronavirus COVID-19 Visit the World Health Organization's website for more info on the COVID-19 Pandemic - www.who.int

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Halton Region For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Halton Region's website at www.halton.ca/coronavirus

All day

The Business Resilience Service

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Business Resilience Service (BRS) allows you to connect with experienced business advisors from across Canada for guidance on which government relief programs will be most appropriate support your small- to medium-sized business, not-for-profit or charity on how to respond and reshape amid uncertainty. The program, delivered to your organization free of charge, provides:
  • Guidance on COVID-19 financial support program options and eligibility
  • Direction on accessing the most appropriate support organizations
  • Help to make decisions to support recovery plans
  • Real time insights and feedback to policymakers
To access the BRS call 1-866-989-1080 to connect with a business advisor from the accounting profession. The service is available 7 days/week from 8am - 8pm ET (5am - 5pm PT).

All day

COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM FORMED

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

TOWN FORMS COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTION TEAM TO ASSIST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS DURING COVID-19

HALTON HILLS, ON – In partnership with Halton Region, surrounding municipalities and local organizations, the Town of Halton Hills has established the Community Support Action Team (CSAT) to aid the community’s most vulnerable during COVID-19. In past weeks, Access Halton (311) and Public Health have played a central role in responding to public inquiries. In an effort to assist, the CSAT has developed a registry of resources available to residents who cannot access essential goods through other support networks; are self-isolating due to compromised immune status; are financially insecure, or are experiencing mental health challenges due to isolation. “The CSAT is a terrific resource for our community and I’m pleased that we are able to help bridge the gap for residents to access services of other levels of government," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Connecting residents to agencies and organizations is fundamental to taking care of those in our community." Residents in need are encouraged to contact Service Halton Hills at 905-873-2600 or email servicehh@haltonhills.ca and staff will direct their call to the appropriate agency on the support registry. The Town will not only play a key role in supporting vulnerable residents but will also work to support those organizations providing vital services to the community. These services include food security, mental health support, housing, youth services, active living and community safety. “Our staff work with community supports on a daily basis," said Chief Administrative Officer Brent Marshall. “Staff has the ability to be flexible and adaptive and the establishment of the CSAT reflects current priorities." Residents are also invited to visit the Town’s COVID-19 Share the Care page on lesttalkhaltonhills.ca to share their experiences and spread the word about local organizations and agencies working to support the vulnerable. Town staff is closely monitoring the page and will consider additional organizations that could benefit the registry. For CSAT and updates regarding Town operations, programs and services, visit the Town of Halton Hills' COVID-19 webpage, https://www.haltonhills.ca/covid19/. For health-related information, follow Halton Region Public Health as the definitive source for COVID-19 and all public health information.

All day

Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Ontario Expands Virtual Mental Health Services During COVID-19

Free Internet-Based Programs Help People Cope with Unprecedented Situation

At Ontario.ca/coronavirus, people can find information about the different virtual mental health and wellness options that meet their unique needs, including online therapy.

All day

Halton Womens Place 

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Halton Womens Place  * South Halton 905-332-7892   * North Halton 905-878-8555   * 24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their dependent children, emergency transportation to shelter available   * see website https://haltonwomensplace.com/ for more resources 

All day

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Useful Links for Info on the Coronavirus from Ontario Government For more info on Coronavirus, visit the Government of Ontario's website: www.ontario.ca/coronavirus

All day

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Government of Canada Info on COVID-19 For the latest Public Health Info on the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Canada, please visit the Government of Canada's Public Health website at www.canada.ca/en/public-health  

All day

New E-services Available on Halton Hills Website

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town’s new, recently launched website, "haltonhills.ca", allows residents to access and pay for popular municipal services online. Transactions that previously required a trip to Town Hall, such as applying for a marriage license, acquiring and renewing dog licences and securing burn permits can now be done virtually.  As well, in addition to the ability to submit citizen inquiries, the website offers new, easy-to-use forms to submit enforcement complaints and service requests. In addition to updated information, calendars and events, the new site provides seamless entry to by-laws, facilities, parks, and licenses. By utilizing the new “Subscribe” feature, residents can receive updates to individual web pages, events, Media Releases, Mayor’s Messages and E-newsletters.  Users are encouraged to use the “Feedback” button on every page to help inform the continuous improvement, usability and relevance of the site.