The provincal government has declared its third state of emergency and issued another stay-at-home order to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Brock Township council may consider banning anglers from fishing at public docks and boat launches.
With the provincial government utilizing the “emergency brake,” Ontario is set to move into a shutdown as of Saturday (April 3).
Recent staff departures, impending retirements and the need to focus on the people of our organization has resulted in council taking a pause to focus on the administrative processes and services to ensure equitable and progressive attention to human resource issues in the Township.
A former Brock Township CAO was paid nearly $160,000 in 2020 despite parting ways with the municipality six months into the year.
There’s been yet another CAO shakeup at Brock Township.
Two days after being sworn in as Brock Township’s new mayor, John Grant has completed the declaration of office for regional council.
With a new COVID-19 vaccination site opening in Whitby, some members of Brock Township council aren’t exactly impressed with the decision to postpone clinics in North Durham.
John Grant is expected to be sworn in as Brock Township’s new mayor following a special council meeting Monday (March 15) afternoon.
Bridge repairs will force the closure of Regional Road 50 in Brock and Ramara townships for the next seven months.