COVID update for Quinte Manufacturers
Quinte Economic Development Commission (QEDC) hosted an information session for Quinte area manufacturers on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022.
Thanks to Mike Hewitt from QEDC for facilitating the virtual meeting with two of the regions' experts on hand to answer questions.
Expert panelists included:
Lindsey Bearnes, MPH, BSc, BHSc, C.P.H.I. (C)
Infectious & Communicable Diseases Program
Occupational Health & Safety Inspector
Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
WATCH RECORDING FROM Information Session and
June 23, 2022
National Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Mayor Mitch Panciuk is pleased to proclaim today National Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the City of Belleville in honour of the national celebration.
On National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. There are a number of activities and initiatives taking place throughout the City in honour of today, and June being National Indigenous History Month.
Glanmore National Historic Site is now hosting a #hopeandhealingcanada display by Métis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers. The
June 21, 2022
Local groups to give away bike helmets to kids
Three local groups are teaming up to help local children protect themselves while riding their bicycles.
Habitat for Humanity PEH, the Brain Injury Association of Quinte District and the Children’s Safety Village are joining forces to give bicycle helmets away free to children on Saturday June 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Safety Village.
Habitat for Humanity received a donation of children’s bicycle helmets from an anonymous corporate retail donor and reached out to the Children’s Safety Village about a possible partnership. Kris Bonn of Bonn Law and the Brain Injury Association
June 17, 2022
Belleville's Update on operations following severe weather event
City of Belleville staff continue to work through the aftermath of yesterday’s significant weather event.
A number of traffic lights remain down throughout the city. Staff is working to restore them as quickly as possible. Drivers are reminded to treat all downed traffic lights as a four-way stop and to exercise caution when driving through impacted areas.
Bridge Street East at Plaza Square and Front Street at Pinnacle Street remain closed at this time. Please avoid the area and consider a different route where possible.
Transportation and Operations Services staff worked through
June 17, 2022
Tausendfreund honoured in City Dedication
Mayor Mitch Panciuk, members of Belleville City Council, staff and invited guests were pleased to join former City Councillor Wolf Tausendfreund, friends and family for a special plaque dedication in the Commons Area on Front Street this afternoon.
Wolf Tausendfreund served as a member of Belleville City Council from 1985 to 2000. During his 15-year tenure, he served on many committees as a member and Chair including the Planning Advisory Committee, Lahr-Belleville Student Exchange Committee and Belleville Police Services Board.
As a private citizen, Wolf also served as President of the
June 15, 2022