COVID-19: NB's Plan for Schools (Aug. 20, 2021)

The New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has released its Healthy and Safe Schools guidelines for the public school system.
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Meantime, NB Public Health reported 34 new cases of COVID-19 in the province on August 20th, including 11 in Zone 1 (Moncton region).
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A Message from Mayor and Council

The Village of Salisbury passes along our deepest sympathies to those touched by the recent, and tragic, discoveries at residential school sites throughout Canada.
It is out of deep respect for our First Nations that the Village has chosen to postpone all virtual Canada Day celebrations originally planned for July 1st.
While there are so many reasons to celebrate Canada, this year marks an important opportunity to reflect and educate ourselves on Canada's history.
When the time is right, we look forward to the opportunity when we can join together as a community and enjoy the beauty we are blessed to have in our area.
As a tribute to the young lives lost in these residential schools, the Village of Salisbury Municipal Building will be illuminated in orange from June 30th to July 4th.

Tree-trimming to take place on June 28th at Highland Park

An important advisory for those who frequent Salisbury’s Highland Park…
On Monday, June 28th, there will be a tree-cutting crew from Fundy Tree Trimming at Highland Park doing some necessary work. This job could take a couple days. Please give the tree-trimmers the space they need so their work can be accomplished safely. The Village of Salisbury thanks you for your cooperation and patience.

Still Time to Join ParticipACTION Challenge!

    Join the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge taking place all June across Canada! Salisbury is currently ranked third among New Brunswick communities and 20th nationally. Check out the link and get involved!
    The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge is open to everyone. All minutes tracked on the app and website from June 1–30 count toward a community’s score. When it is over, 50 finalist communities will be invited to apply to be named Canada's Most Active Community, earning a top prize of $100,000!

COVID-19: Phase 2 on Path to Green (June 16, 2021)

Another significant step forward for New Brunswick in its coronavirus recovery plan. The Government has announced that as of 12:01am, June 17th, the Province will enter Phase 2 on its "Path to Green." Of eligible New Brunswickers, 75.4 per cent of those aged 12 and older have been vaccinated with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 20.2 per cent of people 65 and older have received both doses. While masks remain mandated, a number of other restrictions have been loosened to varying degrees. Full details HERE.
Meantime, NB Public Health announced three new cases of COVID-19 on June 16th, including one in Zone 1 (Moncton and surrounding area). To date in New Brunswick there have been 2,305 cases, of which 58 are active cases. There have been 45 deaths and 2,201 recoveries.

COVID-19: First Phase of Path to Green (June 15, 2021)

At midnight, New Brunswick will enter the first phase of its "Path to Green" in the Province's coronavirus recovery plan. As of June 15th, 75.1 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers over the age of 12 had received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, which was the condition to unlocking this first phase. It will include a loosening of (but not entirely lifting) restrictions regarding indoor and outdoor gatherings, as well as relaxing border crossing rules for people entering New Brunswick from Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, and designated bordering regions of Quebec (Avignon and Témiscouata) and Nova Scotia (Cumberland County). Full details HERE.
The second phase of the Path to Green will be activated once 20 per cent of New Brunswickers aged 65 and older receive their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccination.
Meantime, Public Health reported three new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday -- two in Zone 3 (Fredericton region) and one in Zone 6 (Bathurst region). The number of confirmed cases in New Brunswick since the onset of the pandemic last year is 2,302 with 2,171 recoveries to date. There have been 45 deaths. The number of active cases is 85 including eight patients in hospital, three of whom are in intensive care. As of June 14th, 1,118 tests were conducted for a total of 352,506.

New Village of Salisbury Council Sworn In (June 14, 2021)

VOS Council 2021
On June 14, 2021, the new Council of the Village of Salisbury for 2021-2025 was sworn-in. Pictured individually, clockwise from top left, are: Mayor Rob Campbell, Councillor Sarah Colwell, Councillor Jason Gallant, Councillor Stephanie Thorne, Councillor Nathan O'Blenis, and Deputy Mayor Doug Hamer.

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