On May 21, 2021, the Ministry of Long-Term Care provided Long-Term Care Homes, with information regarding changes to outdoor visits for general visitors and essential caregiver visitors.
As you will have heard, yesterday, the government released its “Roadmap to Reopen”, a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health measures.
In accordance with provincial regulations, recreational amenities in Elgin County will reopen to the public on Saturday May 22, 2021.
Elgin County wants to remind residents that all current emergency orders remain in effect this Victoria Day Weekend, including the closure of outdoor recreational amenities.
May 11, 2021 – County Council Highlights County Welcomes Director of Information Technology Services Elgin County welcomed Jeff Brock as Director of Information Technology Services on Monday, May 10, 2021. … Read more
New! Print Wirelessly to Library Branches Mobile or wireless printing services are now available from each Elgin County Library branch. Send your print jobs wirelessly from home in a variety … Read more
We are excited to announce that we have just updated our online database to include the Elgin County Archives as well as partner museums in Elgin County and St. Thomas, as a single search interface.
We are excited to announce that we have just updated our online database to include the Elgin County Museum as well as partner museums in Elgin County and St. Thomas, as a single search interface.
As a result of delays associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic the King George VI Lift Bridge Rehabilitation will continue until June 25, 2021.
While the Infection Prevention and Control measures in Long-Term Care Homes (LTCH’s) of masking, protective eyewear, physical distancing, resident and staff cohorting, visitor policy, and immunization have been highly effective in minimizing transmission of COVID-19, the Ministry of Long-Term Care (MLTC) has heard from families, residents and families within the current COVID-19 long-term care home experience.
On May 4, 2021, the Ministry of Long-term Care, provided information to Long-Term Care Homes regarding updates to Directive #3 and the new Ministry of Long-Term Care COVID-19 Guidance Document for LTCH’s in Ontario, to be implemented as soon as feasible.