Local News from Thursday, March 26th, 2020
Officer Administers Naloxone, Likely Saving a Life
Norfolk OPP are crediting the quick actions of an officer in Delhi who potentially saved a life by administering nalaxone.
United Way Oxford Launches COVID-19 Community Response Fund
United Way Oxford has Launched a new fund to help protect some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
Town of Tillsonburg to Start Posting Daily COVID-19 Bulletins
The Town of Tillsonburg will start posting daily COVID-19 bulletins on the Town's web site.
Tips for Working From Home
Grand River OHS is providing some tips on working from home.
Southwestern Public Health Has Four Confirmed Cases of COVID-19
Southwestern Public Health currently has four confirmed cases of COVID-19. Two people are in the hospital with the virus, including a senior from Elgin County.
Government Warns of Text Scam Related to COVID-19 Emergency funds
The Prime Minister warned Canadians today about a text scam that is trying to exploit a COVID-19 Government program.
Explaining Mortgage Deferrals and Eligibility
The Principal Broker and CEO For the Mortgage Centre in Woodstock joined Heart FM today to explain how mortgage deferrals work and who is eligible.
Toyota Extending Shutdown to April 20th
Toyota announced today they are extending their shutdown until April 20th. Employees will be paid for the first three weeks of the shut down and then will have the option of using vacation days or unpaid time off.
Full Interview With Ontario Premier Doug Ford
Ontario Premier Doug Ford joined Dan Henry and Chris McMillan today for a special interview to discuss everything happening in the Province right now.
A Second Case of COVID-19 Confirmed in Oxford County
The Province of Ontario has confirmed 170 new cases of COVID-19 this morning, including a second case confirmed in Oxford County.
Full Interview With Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Ernie Hardeman
Oxford County MPP and the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Ernie Hardeman joined Dan Henry and Chris McMillan this morning for an update on the COVID-19 Pandemic.