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October 18, 2021
2 min. read
As the pandemic continues, we’re helping the community of Tweed to connect and get moving to promote health and well-being.
Participating in sports and activities, especially during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, is helping the residents of Tweed maintain their mental and physical well-being, while connecting to one another. To bring the community together, we’re supporting Let’s Move, Municipality of Tweed to enhance the Tweed Recreation Area’s outdoor trail system with a new walking loop, and additional rest areas and benches for all residents to enjoy. Together, we’re aiming to energize life by prioritizing the safety and well-being of community members.
"We’re thrilled to be supporting charitable organizations, municipalities and communities in their efforts to improve physical and emotional safety across Ontario. With fewer resources and greater emerging needs, communities like the Municipality of Tweed can benefit from this programming by encouraging the community to rebuild connections and get moving again."
Jay Armitage, Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Hydro One
of charities have seen a decline in donations
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Reports by Imagine Canada
"We are thankful to our community and partners at Hydro One for sharing our vision in making Tweed a great place to live, with a thriving community who can now get moving. Programs like this allow us to enhance the quality of life and health among our residents and we are hopeful for what this means for our future."
Jo-Anne Albert, Mayor of Tweed
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