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If you’re between the ages of 16 and 35, complete the survey at http://fluidsurveys.com/s/tattoo by October 31, 2013 for a chance to win a $25 gift card.

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Regular hours resume Tuesday, August 6.

This year’s mosquito Larviciding program will run until October 31 in Wellington and Dufferin counties. The purpose of this program is to reduce mosquito populations suspected of carrying West Nile Virus.

Applicators will apply the larvicide by hand to breeding sites such as:

  • Roadside ditches
  • Temporary pools
  • Sewage lagoons
  • Storm-water retention ponds
  • Areas of standing water
  • Municipal catch basins

For more information and a list of products used, visit our West Nile virus page or call 1-855-220-7022.

Public Health is working with partnering agencies to facilitate Bridges Out of Poverty in our community. Bridges raises awareness about the issues individuals face living in  Bridges out of poverty logo poverty. It’s based on understanding the hidden rules of poverty and on building relationships to create a sustainable community.

We provide workshops and information sessions to community groups about Bridges Out of Poverty. The next one is Wednesday, June 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Fergus. The cost is $40 and lunch is included. Register online for this session or download the information flyer (PDF).

Visit our Bridges Out of Poverty page for more information, to request an information session, or to become an Ally.

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