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Cambium Plant Sciences

Posted by Operations Manager on  23 July, 2019

Category: Local News
  The Huron Chamber of Commerce – Goderich, Central and North Huron is proud to announce it’s newest Enhanced Member Cambium Plant Sciences, a division of Supreme Cannabis. “In April, The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. launched Cambium Plant Sciences with a $14 million investment into Goderich, Ontario. Supreme Cannabis is the trusted parent company of well-known 7ACRES, located in Kincardine, Ontario.” Cambium will also be a new employer seeking local talent, so check out their

Engaging on Instagram?

Posted by Operations Manager on  15 July, 2019

Category: Uncategorized
Bailey Regier of the Downtown Goderich BIA is here with some of the basics of driving traffic with Instagram. “We’ve all had the age-old problem of running out of ideas when it comes to promoting your brand online with Instagram and Facebook. Here are seven inspirational ideas to boost your brand online, and increase awareness.” From: 7 phenomenal social media ideas to inspire your next Instagram marketing campaign.  By Bailey Regier Read the whole post
With such a great turnout in 2018, this year Goderich Tourism will be organizing their 2nd Scavenger Hunt around the town for visitors to complete while visiting Goderich! This year they hope to increase the number of participants and receive lots of support from local businesses, residents and tourists. Last year they were limited to the downtown businesses, but this year they hope to increase tourism all around Goderich. The Scavenger Hunt is a sheet

Huron County Five Year Plan

Posted by Operations Manager on  10 July, 2019

Category: Uncategorized
“The County of Huron’s Official Plan includes the vision, goals and policy directions of the County, as established by the community, and provides guidance for land use planning decisions in the County; including: locations for new housing, industry, offices and shops; what services like roads, water mains, sewers, parks and schools will be needed; when and in what order parts of our communities will grow;  and protection for agricultural, mineral and environmental resources” From: “Huron County

Digital Main Street

Posted by Operations Manager on  8 July, 2019

Digital Main Street (DMS) is a program To provide access to a platform where small businesses will have the tools to develop a comprehensive plan for digital adoption The program will also provide access to training to develop digital literacy skills, and qualifying businesses could be eligible to receive a $2,500 grant to help implement their digital transformation plan. In the next few months the county will be rolling out their teams, and the Chamber