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naloxoneOver the past 5 days, there have been six reported opioid overdoses within both Grey and Bruce Counties. Although laboratory and coroner confirmation are still required, it appears that there was one fatal overdose included in this number.

People that use drugs are at significant risk of overdose due to the local street drug supply containing the highly toxic drug Fentanyl. People must assume that any and all drugs purchased on the street contain Fentanyl or Carfentanil

pumpkin seedsAs you are probably aware, Port Elgin Pumpkinfest has made the decision to go virtual on October 3, 2020 with a live webcast of the weigh-off, but no public attendance, due to COVID. The festival will not be the same format as the years prior, but we certainly do not want to give up the ever-popular Seed...

laptop outsideAt their meeting on July 2nd the Western Ontario Wardens’ Caucus approved a series of recommendations to support rural broadband in Southwestern Ontario. Increased funding from both the Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada is urgently needed to address Southwestern Ontario’s large connectivity gaps, so that we can...

Public health logoThe Grey Bruce Health Unit has been advised of a local incident of an international visitor who failed to self-quarantine upon arrival in Canada. The individual arrived in Canada July 14, and failed to isolate for 14 days, as required under the Quarantine Act. The individual was charged by Grey Bruce OPP, Bruce Peninsula Detachment...

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