Office of the Mayor and Council Update
Thursday, May 14 COVID-19 emergency
Today, the provincial government made it official, Ontario is entering stage one of reopening.

Starting Saturday, we will be able to do things like golf again and on Tuesday, more businesses will be able to reopen. All construction will resume. But all of this comes with a warning: business are asked to open only if it's safe to do so and citizens must maintain healthy practices and physical distancing. The declaration of emergency remains so the government can pivot if necessary. The Premier made it clear that a resurgence in cases could cause such a pivot.

In Halton the Medical Officer of Health Dr. Hamidah Meghani will be issuing a class order under the Health Promotion and Protection Act for all our safety. Read more about that below.

Also below you can read more about how Halton Region has avoided more than 100 coronavirus deaths and many more COVID-19 cases thanks to the measures put in place in March, and which were followed by residents.

This edition of the newsletter also looks at one program the Town's Recreation and Culture program has implemented: Message in a Bottle. This week, hundreds of bottles were delivered to seniors in the community. It's an incredible effort that shows how busy this group has been despite facility closures.

As we begin to reopen remember that you must remain diligent in our efforts so they are not lost. As a reminder of how far we've come and what we have to look forward to, please scroll to the end of this email for the updated timeline.
Items in this update:

  • Ontario to enter first stage of reopening
  • COVID case counts
  • Updated COVID-19 testing guidelines coming
  • Antibody test a step in the right direction
  • A California patient’s return to hospital COVID-19 unit underscores uncertainty to come
  • Deaths per million close to home and around the globe
  • Halton’s Medical Officer of Health to issue class order
  • Halton region has avoided more than 100 coronavirus deaths and 'thousands' of COVID-19 cases
  • Letter urges reconsideration of cancellation of courthouse project
  • Ontario's Big City Mayors calling for assistance from federal, provincial governments
  • Messages in a bottle delivered this week
  • Construction resumes at Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre and Neighbourhood Park
  • Oakville Ford Assembly Plant to reopen soon
  • Lakeshore construction continues
  • Bulk waste collection to resume next week
  • Practical guide to using tents
  • Some national sites to reopen June 1
  • PM wants answers from China, other countries on early days of COVID-19
  • B.C. extends state of emergency
  • Alberta begins asymptomatic testing
  • PM announces support for fish harvesters
  • Pregnancy in a pandemic
  • Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic could herald a rise in superbugs
  • COVID-19 daily death rates in U.S. and Canada begin to converge
  • Global markets drop again
  • Tokyo, Osaka maintain state of emergency
  • African nation kicks WHO representative out of the country
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Top news:
Ontario to enter first stage of reopening
Today, the Ontario government announced the retailers, seasonal businesses and health and community service providers who will be permitted to open or expand their services on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., provided that the general trend on health indicators continues to improve as part of the first stage of the government's reopening framework. The workplaces opening as part this stage are well-positioned to put workplace safety measures in place and get more people back to work, while not overburdening public transit and other services.

The government also announced additional seasonal services and activities will be permitted to open as early as Saturday May 16, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., in time for the Victoria Day long weekend, as key public health indicators continue to show progress. 

As soon as 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, May 16, 2020:
  • Golf courses will be able to open, with clubhouses open only for washrooms and restaurants open only for take-out.
  • Marinas, boat clubs and public boat launches may open for recreational use.
  • Private parks and campgrounds may open to enable preparation for the season and to allow access for trailers and recreational vehicles whose owners have a full season contract.
  • Businesses that board animals, such as stables, may allow boarders to visit, care for or ride their animal.

The government's responsible and measured approach to reopening will allow business owners and service provider's time to ensure workplaces are safe for staff, consumers and the general public. Assuming trends in key public health indicators continue to improve, Ontario's first stage of reopening will begin on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. and will include:
  • Retail services that are not in shopping malls and have separate street-front entrances with measures in place that can enable physical distancing, such as limiting the number of customers in the store at any one time and booking appointments beforehand or on the spot.
  • Seasonal businesses and recreational activities for individual or single competitors, including training and sport competitions conducted by a recognized national or provincial sport organization. This includes indoor and outdoor non-team sport competitions that can be played while maintaining physical distancing and without spectators, such as tennis, track and field and horse racing.
  • Animal services, specifically pet care services, such as grooming and training, and regular veterinary appointments.
  • Indoor and outdoor household services that can follow public health guidelines, such as housekeepers, cooks, cleaning and maintenance.
  • Lifting essential workplace limits on construction.
  • Allowing certain health and medical services to resume, such as in-person counselling and scheduled surgeries based on the ability to meet pre-specified conditions as outlined in A Measured Approach to Planning for Surgeries and Procedures During the COVID-19 Pandemic, as well as resuming professional services such as shifting Children's Treatment Centres from virtual to in-person.

The government and health and safety associations have released more than  90 safety guidance documents  to assist employers in multiple sectors, including construction, retail, facilities maintenance and manufacturing. As new sectors of the economy begin to reopen, additional resources will be made available to help protect the safety of workers and the general public.

To support business-owners, workers and the economic recovery of the province, the government has launched a website to provide businesses with information on personal protective equipment (PPE) suppliers. The  Workplace PPE Supplier Directory  has an up-to-date list of Ontario companies and business associations that are ready to supply personal protective equipment.

Oakville & Halton:
COVID case counts
Total confirmed cases in Halton have increased by 8 from 524 confirmed cases yesterday to  532  with  new confirmed cases in Oakville, so the total remains at  180 . There was +1 reported recovery in Oakville, the total changed from 155 to  156 . There was one reported death in Halton Hills.

Oakville's community transmission has increased from 28 per cent in the last surveillance report from the beginning of the week to 30 per cent as pictured below.
Ontario has recorded the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in the province in more than six weeks.

On Thursday, health officials reported 258 new cases of the disease, bringing the total to 21,494.

This is the lowest number of new cases in a single-day since March 29. Health officials also reported 33 additional COVID-19 deaths on Thursday. The death toll now stands at 1,798. The total number of recoveries in Ontario has also increased to 16,204. The number of resolved cases accounts for more than 75 per cent of cases in the province. 

There are 72,536 COVID-19 cases, including 5,337 deaths with 35,523 or 49 per cent of cases recovered.

Visit for the U of T COVID-19 data aggregation map
Updated COVID-19 testing guidelines coming
With the early stages of its reopening plan looming, Ontario plans to expand its testing guidelines for COVID-19 as the province reported its lowest number of new daily cases since March 29.

In a series of tweets Thursday morning, Christine Elliott said that the revised guidelines will allow for "anyone with symptoms" to get a test.

Antibody test a step in the right direction
Scientists are optimistic about a newly approved blood test that can detect COVID-19 antibodies, saying it will help provide a wider picture of how many Canadians were infected and support research into one of the most pressing questions about the virus: how long immunity lasts.

A California patient’s return to hospital COVID-19 unit underscores uncertainty to come
Janice Brown, 66, was the first patient at Desert Valley to test positive for the coronavirus. One of the first to be released. She thought she was in the clear, spending weeks — masked but confident — walking around her sister’s home and backyard in Rancho Cucamonga.

Her doctor, Imran Siddiqui, certainly thought he’d seen the last of Janice Brown. Just days after he discharged her on April 3, she told Siddiqui that she was feeling great.

Two weeks after that follow-up call, Siddiqui spotted her name on the patient list. She had tested positive a second time.

The story of Janice Brown, two-time coronavirus patient, parallels the story of the hospital that treated her. Both narratives are built around a hope that the worst is in the past. Or, at the least, not waiting on the horizon.

Deaths per million around the globe and close to home
Halton’s Medical Officer of Health to issue class order
Yesterday in Regional Council, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Hamidah Meghani announced that she will be issuing a class order under section 22 of the Health Promotion and Protection Act.

This order will help ensure that everyone who needs to comply with public health direction to self isolate does so to protect the community from the spread of COIVD-19.

It will apply to people diagnosed with COVID-19, has been tested and is waiting for results, or is experiencing or has experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the recent past, and close contacts of these individuals as well as parent/guardians of these individuals.

As restrictions begin to loosen at the provincial and local levels, more people will be out in the community. It’s more important than ever to ensure that those who need to self isolate do so for the protection of everyone else.

The class order provides a legal tool to help Public Health help the community. This tool will be especially important for people who have symptoms of COVID-19 but have not had direct contact with Public Health staff. It will give them clear direction about what to do and for how long. And will communicate the critical importance of complying with these directions.

Public Health will also continue to work closely with high-risk settings to protect those most vulnerable to COVID-19 and to provide evidence and informed guidance to municipalities and to the public.

Halton region has avoided more than 100 coronavirus deaths and 'thousands' of COVID-19 cases
Thousands of coronavirus cases and more than 100 deaths in the region have been prevented due to public health measures taken by Halton’s municipalities, residents and businesses, says the region’s top doctor.

The news from Medical Officer of Health Dr. Hamidah Meghani was among the extensive updates received by regional council during their May 13 session — their second meeting since the pandemic was declared.

She showed council a graph that uses a federal infectious disease model to illustrate the predicted worst-case scenario, or a huge spike in cases, if no public health measures had been implemented, versus the trajectory of cases based on Halton’s actual experience so far that shows a much smaller curve flattening over time.

Letter urges reconsideration of cancellation of courthouse project
Halton ' s Mayors and I wrote to the Premier and Attorney General to urge them to reconsider their cancellation decision of the Halton Region Consolidated Courthouse project and request instead only a postponement of this shovel ready project. Otherwise the Province will be left with cancellation costs and no economic return.

Ontario's Big City Mayors calling for assistance from federal, provincial governments
Today, Ontario's Big City Mayors called again on federal and provincial governments to provide immediate financial support to municipalities as they face unprecedented economic challenges due to COVID-19. 

The Large Urban Mayors’ Caucus of Ontario (LUMCO) is grateful for the leadership and collaboration demonstrated by the provincial and federal governments to support residents and businesses during the pandemic. 
Now is the time to do the same for municipalities, who are working tirelessly to deliver the critical services that residents rely on in the face of plummeting revenues and increasing costs. 

Ontario’s big city mayors support the approach proposed by the Ontario government to provide immediate financial relief to municipalities for COVID-19 – related expenses and lost revenues, in a manner similar to other programs already fully funded by the Governments of Canada and Ontario to support individuals and businesses throughout the COVID-19 crisis. 

Messages in a Bottle delivered this week
Our Message in a Bottle care packages are filled and being delivered!

These care packages are packed with items to help raise the spirits of isolated seniors during self-isolation. A great initiative from our Rec & Culture team!

Construction resumes in Ward 3 at Community Centre
Following the Ontario government's allowance of municipal projects to continue construction, the town has reopened the Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre construction site and construction activities have resumed.

Crews onsite are following COVID-19 precautions to ensure the safety of workers and the public.
Oakville Ford Assembly Plant to resume production soon
The Oakville Ford Assembly Plant will resume production on Monday, May 25.
The auto giant confirmed recently that one shift would return to work at the Oakville plant on that day as part of Ford’s phased production and operations restart in North America.

Lakeshore construction continues
What's happening now

Allan to Reynolds
·      Sanitary works at Reynolds
·      Road excavation
·      Installation of granite curbs at Allan Street intersection
Reynolds to Trafalgar
·      Watermain connections at Trafalgar
·      Wiring work continues on Trafalgar intersection 

Phase One (Navy to Dunn)
·      Granite curb and paver installation ongoing
·      Asphalt removals ongoing
What has been completed

Allan to Reynolds
·      Sanitary works from Allan to Douglas 
·      Silva Cell backfill along the north side of Lakeshore
·      Road Excavation at Allan continues
·      Streetlight footings, traffic control pads, wiring

Reynolds to Trafalgar
·      Watermain pressure test and sampling
·      Duct work on-going at Trafalgar Road

Trafalgar to Dunn
·      Catch basin relocations
Installation has begun for the duct work and footings at Dunn Street. This is to accommodate the new pedestrian cross over (PXO)
Bulk waste collection to resume next week
Starting May 19, curbside bulk waste collection will resume in Halton on your regularly scheduled waste collection day (three item limit). Please wrap mattresses and box springs in plastic before placing at the curb.

Practical guide to using tents
Pat's Party Rentals has prepared a  practical guide on use of tents  for a variety of businesses, with suggestions on scenarios where renting a tent (and other rented equipment) will help them re-open while maintaining the safety of all involved.

Email  for special rates and to discuss how they can help organize your business with items and related equipment that will enable you to take more control of your business in these changing times

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $2.25 million to help farmers better protect employees and ensure the continued supply of healthy food products for consumers during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (the Partnership), the federal and provincial governments are launching the second intake of the Agri-food Workplace Protection Program to help farmers enhance health and safety measures to prevent the spread of the virus. The funding will be used for initiatives like purchasing personal protective equipment, enhanced cleaning and disinfection, and redesigning workstations.

Support is also available for farmers who experience unexpected costs for housing and transportation as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak among on-farm employees.

Tory sounds optimistic on indications that Ottawa, Queen’s Park will provide help for cities
Toronto Mayor John Tory said Wednesday that he is “encouraged” by indications that the provincial and federal governments will come to the table to discuss help for Canada’s municipalities and in particular for Toronto, which is staring down a best-case loss of $1.5 billion this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

For weeks he has been calling on the province and the federal government to come to the aid of cities, which by law in Ontario, are not allowed to run deficits.

Tory announced Wednesday that while support from higher levels of government is key, the city is moving ahead with a plan to raise cash for key projects by issuing “social bonds.”
“We expect to issue up to $100 million in social bonds this year,” he said.

He said investor demand for the bonds will lead to a lower interest cost for the city.
“These investments of course then bring about positive change in our communities,” Tory said.

Specifically, the  bond program  will fund capital projects for various social initiatives, including access to clean drinking water, sewage and sanitation systems and transit, long-term care, senior services and emergency shelters, libraries and community hubs.

According to a release from the city, Toronto is the first municipality in Canada to establish a social debenture program.

Can social distancing save summer camp? Operators face a tall order if they get the go-ahead
Usually, in May Ontario’s summer camps are hosting school groups and preparing for peak season. This year, camps are non-essential services, shuttered as parents, children and camp directors wait for answers during the  pandemic .

As the weeks pass by, the normal prep time for the summer ebbs away and the window for making decisions about the season is closing. Some have cancelled early sessions, a few have cancelled summers, and many are awaiting official word from the government to better understand how camp might work, if it works at all.

Some national sites to reopen June 1
Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, announced that starting June 1, 2020, the Government of Canada will gradually resume some operations at certain national parks, national historic sites, historic waterways, and national marine conservation areas. This will include access to some trails, day use areas, and green spaces, and some access for recreational boating, as well as the gradual resumption of some key field-based ecological and cultural resource protection activities. Environment and Climate Change Canada will also gradually resume some operations at selected national wildlife areas, including conservation activities and day use access for visitors on June 1, 2020.

Parks Canada will continue to work closely with local tourism-related businesses and associations throughout the gradual resumption of operations. The Agency will also inform visitors of the appropriate physical distancing, hygiene and safety measures to follow.
Until June 1, suspensions of visitor services and closures of facilities announced in March remain in place, including over the Victoria Day long weekend. For their own safety, Canadians should not try to access locations that are closed.

All camping facilities remain closed until at least June 21, 2020, while Parks Canada assesses whether and how these services might resume. Group activities and public events will be prohibited until further notice.

PM wants answers from China, other countries on early days of COVID-19
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are many questions for countries, particularly China, around the origins of COVID-19 and how they reacted in the early days of the pandemic.

At the same time, Trudeau told a daily news briefing, the spread of the virus requires a global, co-ordinated response. He emphasized that countries are supporting one another and moving forward during a difficult time.

Alberta begins asymptomatic testing in advance of reopening local economy
As Alberta prepares to reopen the local economy, the province has begun widespread testing for COVID-19, including for those who aren’t showing any symptoms of the virus.

The province is testing 1,000 asymptomatic people in Calgary each day between May 11 and 18. The tests are prioritized to people who work outside and are capped at 1,000 to ensure there are enough tests for those who are showing symptoms.

The testing is focused on Calgary because the city is showing higher cases of COVID-19 than the rest of the province. As of Monday, the Calgary Zone represented 68 per cent of Alberta’s COVID-19 cases.

B.C. extends state of emergency
A state of emergency first issued back in March was extended again by B.C.'s premier on Wednesday.

John Horgan announced another two-week extension during a joint news conference with the province's energy minister. Cabinet approved the extension at a meeting earlier in the day. Horgan described it as a move meant to keep people healthy and safe, and said the state of emergency will remain in place for the foreseeable future.

Prime Minister announces new support for Canada’s fish harvesters
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced up to $469.4 million in new measures to support Canada’s fish harvesters, who are economically impacted by the pandemic but cannot access existing federal measures. This investment builds on the $62.5 million for the new Canadian Seafood Stabilization Fund announced last month to help Canada’s fish and seafood processing sector.
The Government of Canada will:
  • Launch the Fish Harvester Benefit, a program worth up to $267.6 million, to help provide income support for this year’s fishing seasons to eligible self-employed fish harvesters and sharespersons crew who cannot access the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. Support will be provided to those that experience fishing income declines of greater than 25 per cent in the 2020 tax year, compared with a reference period to be identified. This measure covers 75 per cent of fishing income losses beyond a 25 per cent income decline threshold, up to a maximum individual entitlement equivalent to what is provided under the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy ($847 per week for up to 12 weeks).
  • Launch the Fish Harvester Grant, a program worth up to $201.8 million, to provide grants to help fish harvesters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and who are ineligible for the Canada Emergency Business Account or equivalent measures. This will give them more liquidity to address non-deferrable business costs. The program would provide non-repayable support of up to $10,000 to self-employed fish harvesters with a valid fishing licence. Size of the non-repayable support will vary depending on the level of fish harvesters’ historic revenue.
  • Propose measures or changes to Employment Insurance (EI) that would allow self-employed fish harvesters and sharespersons to access EI benefits on the basis of insurable earnings from previous seasons (winter and summer claims).

Pregnancy in a pandemic
Public Health Agency of Canada has developed this resource to give you answers to your questions.
Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic could herald a rise in superbugs
Copious use of hand sanitizer and disinfectant is crucial in the fight against COVID-19, but it could be setting Canada back in the battle against superbugs.

Microbiologists say antimicrobial resistant organisms, or superbugs, are a pandemic on the same scale as COVID-19, though it will play out on a much longer timeline.

COVID-19 daily death rates in U.S. and Canada begin to converge
At the start of April, the gap between daily COVID-19 death rates in Canada and the U.S. was stark. By some tallies, Americans – after adjusting for population – were dying at a rate more than 500 per cent that of their neighbours to the north.

But that gulf has steadily narrowed over the past six weeks, and the difference in daily death rates is now less than 20 per cent.

While the cumulative deaths per million in the U.S. over the course of the pandemic is still nearly double Canada’s, that gap is gradually eroding as daily death rates steadily converge.

Global markets drop again
Global shares declined Thursday   on pessimism about life getting back to normal soon amid the coronavirus pandemic, after the U.S. central bank chief warned of hard times to come.
Investors were also braced for more jobless claims data out of the U.S., which are expected to show another 2 to 3 million people applied for benefits in the last week, further straining the labour market in the world's largest economy.

In Europe, France's CAC 40 was down 1.9 per cent to 4,261, while Germany's DAX fell 1.8 per cent to 10,357. Britain's FTSE 100 was down 2.4 per cent at 5,765. U.S. shares were also set for declines, with Dow and S&P 500 futures both down 0.2 per cent.

Stephen Innes, chief global strategist at AxiCorp, said markets were jittery after comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, which set off worries about the risks of corporate failure in the U.S. and job losses.

Tokyo, Osaka maintain state of emergency
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will maintain a state of emergency for Tokyo and Osaka   due to the coronavirus while lifting it for 39 of the country’s 47 prefectures earlier than scheduled, as infection cases have waned.

Abe also told a news conference Thursday that the government will immediately start work on a second extra budget to aid people and businesses reeling from the effects of the pandemic. The plan will include handouts to help with rent, and raise the maximum subsidy for furloughed workers.
African nation kicks WHO representative out of country
Burundi is kicking out the World Health Organization’s top official in the country just days before the presidential election and after the WHO raised concerns about crowded political rallies.

A foreign ministry letter seen by The Associated Press says the WHO representative to Burundi, Walter Kazadi Mulombo, has been declared persona non grata and must leave the East African nation by Friday. The letter gives no explanation for the expulsions.

What's on at the OPL
The Virtual Adult Book Club meets every Wednesday at 6:30 pm. This week, they are discussing The Lost Book of Adana Moreau by Michael Zapata .
Learn more about upcoming sessions

Monday, May 11 • 12 pm
Let’s Talk About ... Books, Movies and More: Fierce Women
This session, we're discussing our favourite books, movies, and podcasts that feature fierce women. These weekly virtual sessions explore different themes in arts, culture and literature.
Join us on Zoom (Meeting ID: 979 3115 3183) or call 1-647-558-0588. Details

Tuesdays & Thursdays • 10 am
Family Storytime on Instagram Live
Get moving with stories, songs and fun during Family Storytime! Hosted virtually on Instagram Live. Follow @oakvillelibrary on Instagram .

Tuesdays & Thursdays • 2 pm
Kids Library Club
Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays as we explore fun activities in the fields of science, technology, art and more! Tuesday's session is all about Poetry and Thursday will be Hour of Code (wait list only). Limited spaces. Register

Wednesday, May 13 • 6:30 pm
Adult Book Club: The Lost Book of Adana Moreau by Michael Zapata
Join us every Wednesday for our Virtual Adult Book Club!
Join us on Zoom (Meeting ID: 979 5422 2073) or call 1-647-558-0588. Details

Thursday, May 14 • 11 am
Let’s Talk About ... Books, Movies and More: Historical Fiction
This week, we'll discuss our favourite books, movies, podcasts, and more that relate to historical fiction! "Let's Talk About" are weekly, virtual sessions that explore different themes in arts, culture and literature.
Join us on Zoom (Meeting ID: 978 6552 4184) or call 1-647-558-0588. Details

Fridays and Saturdays • 10 am
Family Storytime on YouTube 
Follow OPL on YouTube and enjoy Family Storytime, both live and pre-recorded. On Fridays, we go Live at 10 am, and on Saturdays, we upload new, pre-recorded stories - both at 10 am, and by OPL staff. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube page so you don't miss out!

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Staff Book Recommendations on YouTube
Listen to over 100 short book reviews from OPL staff, uploaded weekly on YouTube .

Virtual Tech Help
Book a virtual one-on-one session for basic technology assistance. Limited sessions. Register  

Note: Dates and times are subject to change without notice. Visit for up-to-date information.
Food Banks experiencing record demand
Oakville's food banks are in record-breaking demand. If you can donate anything, please do. Your help is needed.

Fareshare Food Bank Oakville: 905-847-3988 or email

Kerr Street Mission: 905-845-7485 or donate online at

The Salvation Army Oakville: Donate online
Oakville Meals on Wheels continues to operate

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Oakville Meals on Wheels continues to operate under increased safety measures. I f you know or are aware of someone who is struggling, call 211 and get help to navigate the network of health, community and social service programs. This service is offered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and has interpretation for over 150 languages. And, if you are able, please consider supporting the Meals on Wheels effort by making a donation.

Downtown Oakville Instagram live series
On Wednesday, May 6 Downtown Oakville will be launching a weekly Instagram Live Series hosted by different Downtown businesses. The live events will allow you to purchase products, participate in fitness classes, attend workshops, and more!

Follow @oakvilledowntown on Instagram to learn more and tune in. 

May 13 at 7 p.m. - Hot Yoga and Pilates 
May 20 at 7 p.m. - Fred Astaire Dance Studio 
May 27 at 7 p.m. - Downtown Oakville Live Auction 
June 3 at 2 p.m. - Lakeshore Yoga 
June 10 at 1 p.m. - Makers Mojo 
June 17 at 2 p.m. - Must Boutique 
June 24 at 7 p.m. - Dr. Adrienne, Naturopathic Doctor 
Call the COVID-19 hotline
For the duration of the pandemic, if a member of the public wishes to report an incident of non-compliance with the emergency orders, they may contact the Halton Regional Police Service COVID-19 Hotline: 905-825-4722

It is critical that our residents use 911 for emergencies only.
Coronavirus timeline