Simcoe County Linx is a regional public transit service that operates buses connecting various communities within the county. Local municipalities may also have their own transit systems.
GO Transit: Barrie has a GO Transit commuter train service that connects to Toronto, providing an option for commuters.
Simcoe County walk-in /after hours clinic’s – They provide access to medical advice, assessment and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries such as cuts, bruises, minor infections, sprains and skin conditions. An experienced nurse or doctor is available, and an appointment is not necessary. You can also visit a walk-in/after hours clinic if you don’t currently have a family doctor or if your doctor’s office is closed.Click here for a list of clinics
The North Simcoe Muskoka Healthlineis a web-based resource that provides comprehensive and up-to-date information about health and social services available in the North Simcoe Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada.
Subsidized housing in Simcoeis for people who do not have a lot of money to pay for rent. Rent is paid based on what you can afford. Subsidized housing receives government funding to make homes affordable to people with low incomes. Subsidized housing is also referred to as rent-geared-to-income, non-profit, or social housing. To learn more about Subsidized Housing in Simcoe County, visit the County of Simcoe Social Housing Department website.
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