Norfolk County’s economy gained 2,400 jobs over the last year,of which1,900 were full-time positions, according to Statistics Canada figures released by the Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie. The figures show that 30,900 people in Norfolk were employed in March 2014, up 2,400 fro
In March 2014, Norfolk County Council will review the third draft of its new consolidated Zoning By-Law. Planners have worked closely with residents and stakeholders to produce a document that aligns the many rules of land-use policy under former municipalities. Suggestions for flexib
Norfolk County was honoured to receive recognition from the Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO) recently. Norfolk County won three provincial awards, including the Best Public-Private Partnership in Ontario for the collaboration among Mumford & Sons, Live Nation, Norfolk
Garrett Reid of Explore Green Adventures / Long Point Tours was named Norfolk County’s Youth Entrepreneur of the Year recently. He offers unique trips to the tip of Long Point on his zodiac boat tours.
Roulston’s Pharmacy was named Norfolk County Entrepreneur of the Year at the Economic Development Symposium on January 29, 2014. “Our company remains locally owned and operated, and the owners respect the tradition of making a difference to their patients,” said Laura Snow