Monthly Archives April 2017

Job Opening at Victoria Park Campground and Marina

Park Attendant & Tourism Ambassador Office and outdoors position Booking camp sites and assisting boaters with mooring Taking payments and making change General park and building maintenance (light duties, grounds keeping, odd jobs) Providing information to tourists and directing them to Smiths Falls’ businesses   Must have knowledge of the Town of Smiths Falls and surrounding areas Excellent customer service skills – attentive, polite, friendly and diligent Some knowledge of RVs and/or Boats considered an asset Must speak, read, write English. French considered an asset Must have good math skills and computer experience. Must be able to work weekdays, evenings
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Ontario Chamber of Commerce on Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan

Rapid Policy Update: Canadian Free Trade Agreement Rapid Policy Update: Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan Today, the Ontario government released a set of 16 comprehensive measures aimed at helping Ontarians find affordable homes and bring stability to the real estate market. The OCC applauds the government for taking action to ensure affordability, however we believe that measures should target increasing supply and protecting landlords while encouraging new opportunities for growth. Background on Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan Ontario’s housing market has seen dynamic growth in recent years, with prices in the Greater Toronto Area and the Greater Golden Horseshoe rising significantly. After
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T’s Chips adds Gluten Free Buns

For immediate release: T’s Chips and More Most celiacs & gluten intolerant people know it’s tough to find gluten free products & even fewer that are affordable & taste good. We’re ecstatic to announce that as of April 14 (Good Friday) we will have the Purest Bakery hamburger buns!! We will have these as an option for our guests with our pulled pork bunwich & our signature burgers. There will be a small charge of $.50 each for the buns. We were suitably impressed with the taste & how well it held up with our burgers to know we needed
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What is Accessibility?  – Making Our Community More Accessible

Submitted by the United Way of Lanark County, April 2017 When we think of disabilities, we tend to think of people in wheelchairs and physical disabilities – disabilities that are visible and apparent.  However, disabilities may also be non-visible.  We can’t always tell who has one.  The broad range of disabilities also includes vision, deafness or being hard of hearing, intellectual or developmental, learning, and mental health disabilities.  A disability may be permanent or it may be temporary, and it may happen to anyone at any time. Accessibility simply means giving people of all abilities opportunities to participate fully in
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