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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

No Bruce Cheques in Mail

Bruce County | by Manny Paiva  

Bruce County is not mailing Ontario Works cheques due to possible mail strike.


Bruce County is not mailing Ontario Works cheques this month due to the possible strike at Canada Post.

Bruce County residents who receive Ontario Works cheques will have to pick up their cheques this week.

There are different pick up locations across the County.

The Pick-up for residents of Kincardine and the former Huron Township is the Resource Centre on Queen Street in Kincardine.

Residents of Northern Bruce Peninsula and South Bruce Peninsula can pick up cheques at the Resource Centre in the Children's Aid Society Building on Berford Street in Wiarton.

Saugeen Shores and former Arran Township residents are directed to the Resource Centre on Mill Street in Port Elgin.

And residents of Brockton, South Bruce, the former Elderslie and Kinloss Townships, as well as Paisley and Chesley can get their cheques at the Bruce County Social Services office in Walkerton.

Staff will be available Wednesday from 12:30 to 4 PM and Thursday and Friday from 9:30 AM to 4 PM.

People who cannot get to a pick-up centre are asked to call the Walkerton office for alternate arrangements.

For more information, visit the County of Bruce website at www.brucecounty.on.ca or call 519-881-0431 or  1-800-265-3005.

 

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