WELLINGTON COUNTY – While the active COVID-19 case count in the region remains high, it has dropped significantly over the last two weeks. Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health reported 141 new cases over the weekend (April 30 to May 2), bringing active cases in the region to 435.
A truth that is deemed to be universal, is the fact that the most valuable resource of any business is the people. Regardless of technology, automation or other means, human capital remains essential in ensuring the continued production of high-quality food, fibre and fuel.
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WELLINGTON NORTH – Though active cases of COVID-19 in the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) region recently hit a record high, Wellington North Mayor Andy Lennox is encouraged by local progress on vaccinations.
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