In these days of factories shutting down, it’s hard to know if something is temporary or permanent – and it doesn’t help if contact people are unreachable or don’t have answers. But we have two facts: 1) The operators of the Cannabis operation at 520 William street announced on March 23 that they are stopping production at their plant because of Covid-19 restrictions. Less noticed but more importantly, around the same time (the broker didn’t remember exactly when), 2) the entire plant was put up for sale for $19.9M. If their plant is up for sale, then the idea that all their staff is “furloughed” is questionable. How can they return to work if their building has been sold? So… Read complete articleIs Cannabis Factory leaving Cobourg?
MPP David Piccini today provided a number of updates of actions by the Ford Government that impact Cobourg residents. They include an upgrade to Emergency Child care, changes to the availability of campgrounds (like Cobourg’s Trailer Park), clarification on allowed construction projects, rules on camping on Crown land and fishing (important at Cobourg/Factory creek and the Ganaraska river), help in hiring farm workers and more. Below are more details on each of these plus links to the source and/or expanded information. Emergency Child Care A plan to provide free Child Care to front-line workers was setup a few weeks ago but the list of eligible workers has now been expanded. See the full list of those eligible and make an… Read complete articleUpdate on Provincial Covid-19 Actions