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Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Clarington November 21, 2017/- Planning for the Municipality of Clarington’s 2018 Budget is well underway. During a Special Budget Committee meeting on Friday, Council had a first look at the proposed budget. The education workshop is organized by the Director of Finance Nancy Taylor to present Council with a preliminary overview and forecast for the 2018 budget.
As Council heard during the workshop, Clarington remains an affordable place to live as compared to other...

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Posted Monday, November 13, 2017

Toyota logo BOWMANVILLE, ONTARIO, November 13, 2017 - Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) has officially announced plans to build its new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre (PDC) in Bowmanville, Ontario.
For over 50 years, Toyota has planted roots in Canadian communities. The company has sold over five million vehicles in Canada to date, and its customer base continues to grow as more and more Canadians are choosing to purchase Toyota or Lexus vehicles.
To meet this growing demand and...

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Posted Friday, November 10, 2017

Clarington November 10, 2017/- A Town Hall meeting planned for November 16, 2017 at the Enniskillen Public School to address rural issues has been cancelled. Instead, Clarington will launch a new interactive online platform that will allow all rural residents to express any community-wide concerns and also make suggestions for improvements.
The Town Hall was planned by Ward 2 Councillor Ron Hooper to focus on issues affecting rural residents including taxes, natural gas,...

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Posted Thursday, November 09, 2017

Frank Cowan Company Logo Princeton, ON – The Municipality Clarington is receiving $5,000 from the Frank Cowan Company Home Town Program to improve trail safety for all users.
The funds will be used to paint directional arrows and centre lines at locations where there is limited visibility. Signs will also be installed at strategic locations to remind users of the trails multiple uses such as cycling and hiking.
Quotes:
Larry Ryan, President, Frank Cowan Company “The Home Town...

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Posted Monday, November 06, 2017

Minister Leal meets with the Agricultural Advisory Committee of Clarington. Pictured above (L to R): Jennifer Knox, John Cartwright, Eric Bowman, Ted Watson, Councillor Partner, Minister Leal, Tom Barrie, Don Rickard, Les Caswell, Richard Rekker, (front row) Brenda Metcalf, Elgin Greenham Clarington November 6, 2017- Ontario’s Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, the Honourable Jeff Leal, met with members of the Agricultural Advisory Committee of Clarington last Thursday. Minister Leal was invited by committee members to come to a scheduled meeting and discuss agricultural issues facing Clarington farmers.
Minister Leal addressed a variety of issues. He reiterated the importance of the agri-food sector and the essential role it plays in...

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