Posted on Tuesday, May 03, 2022 03:10 PM
Innisfil, ON – The Town of Innisfil has received a $450,000 grant from the Ontario government to provide in-depth business operations training to town staff, affiliated organizations, and key community partners in partnership with the Schulich Executive Education Centre.
“This grant is a tremendous opportunity for the Town of Innisfil and community partners to further enhance their skills under the guidance of Canada’s leading business school and act as a tool to recruit and retain employees,” says...
Posted on Monday, May 02, 2022 04:48 PM
Whereas mental health is an essential part of everyone’s health and well-being; and
Whereas Mental Health Week has been hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association in communities across Canada for over 70 years; and
Whereas all people in Canada need to promote, protect, and nurture their mental health; and
Whereas promoting social connection is an important aspect of human life and an effective way to protect mental health; and
Whereas in the past two years of the pandemic,...
Posted on Friday, April 29, 2022 01:13 PM
The reconstruction of the medians along Innisfil Beach Road is starting the first week of May. Work is estimated to take 3-4 weeks to complete with intermittent lane closures. To minimize traffic disruptions, work will be done to one median at a time in each direction across the four-lane road. The hours of construction will be between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. over this time.
Salt use over the past many winters has lead to wear and tear on the medians. During reconstruction, a stronger stone with a...
Posted on Friday, April 29, 2022 12:49 PM
Street sweeping will be underway in Innisfil starting the first week of May. Street sweeping happens every spring to clear our roads and protect our pathways from the leftovers of winter. The street sweeping schedule moves throughout Innisfil, prioritizing downtown cores first. Between town staff and a contractor, sweeping takes approximately 8-10 weeks to complete, weather permitting.
We ask that residents avoid parking on the road during this time to ensure street sweepers can do their jobs. Sweepers...
Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2022 04:05 PM
WHEREAS April 28 is observed across Canada and around the world as the National Day of Mourning for workers who were killed, injured, disabled or who suffered disease as a result of work; and
WHEREAS April 28 was proclaimed a “National Day of Mourning” by an Act of Parliament on February 1, 1991, as a day to remember, reflect and re-commit; and
WHEREAS thanks to the commitment and dedication of those who fight for improved workplace health and safety every day, advances have been...