29
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, Decision Saskatchewan, Politics, Regina Walsh Acres, Sask Election, Sask Election 2020, Sask Politics, Saskatchewan Election, Saskatchewan Election 2020, Saskatchewan Election Regina Walsh Acres, Sk election, SK Election 2020

Saskatchewan election: Regina Walsh Acres

Summary A new MLA will be elected in Regina Walsh Acres after Saskatchewan Party MLA Warren Steinley resigned his seat after winning the Regina-Lewvan riding for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2019 federal election. Boundaries Regina Walsh Acres includes the neighbourhoods of Regent Park, Walsh Acres and…
24
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: 3M Harvest Lunch, Canada, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Harvest Lunch, United Way, United Way Elgin Middlesex, Virtual campaign

United Way’s Harvest Lunch feeds local families with virtual campaign – London

The United Way Elgin Middlesex 3M Harvest Lunch is trading in the ground floor of Budweiser Gardens this year for a virtual campaign. As with many other big events, this year Harvest Lunch organizers have had to adapt their large gathering due to the novel coronavirus. To help those…
24
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Assante, Assante Dorval, Assante Quebec, Canada, CI Financial, Consumer, Dorval, Economy, financial planning, Money, wealth planning

CI Financial acquires minority stake in Assante Dorval

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted September 24, 2020 8:48 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ CI Financial Corp. and its Assante Wealth Management (Canada) Ltd. subsidiary have signed a deal to acquire a…
22
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, downtown guelph, downtown guelph crime, downtown guelph police, Guelph crime, Guelph News, Guelph Police, Guelph police downtown resource officers, Is downtown Guelph safe

Guelph police will continue to deploy downtown resource officers after pilot project ends – Guelph

Guelph police say their downtown resource officer pilot project will become a permanent fixture in the service. Chief Gord Cobey made the announcement during a police services board meeting earlier this month as the pilot was scheduled to end at the end of September. Read more: Guelph police introduce…
21
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, Crime, Dale McFee, Dale McFee end racism, Dale McFee racism, Edmonton community engagement, Edmonton crime, Edmonton police, Edmonton police racism, edmonton police service, Edmonton police systemic racism, EPS, Plan to end systemic racism, Police racism, Systemic Racism

Edmonton police chief releases commitment to take action to improve relations with racialized, underserved communities – Edmonton

Edmonton’s police chief says he is committed to taking action to improve and repair relationships with racialized and underserved communities in the city. At police headquarters Monday morning, Dale McFee committed to a “new path forward” to work with communities most affected in the fight against systemic racism, including…
15
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: binh's nail salon, Canada, Case Count, Coronavirus, Covid19, Eastern Ontario, Health, Kingston, Kingston Covid Cases, kingston ontario, Money, Nail Salon, Pandemic, Virus

‘I apologize to the community’: Kingston nail salon owner speaks out after COVID-19 outbreak

It’s been nearly three months since Kingston, Ont., saw its largest COVID-19 outbreak. Thirty-seven cases were linked to several local nail salons. Of that number, 33 were connected to Binh’s nail salon, according to KFL&A Public Health. The owner of the nail salon, Binh Nguyen, sat down with Global…
08
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Bar Italia, Canada, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Fall, Food, patio, PUB, Restaraunts, Season, Silver Heights, Winnipeg patios, Winnipeg Restaurants

‘Sales will be down for sure’: Winnipeg bars brace for end of patio season – Winnipeg

Winnipeg restaurants have been through the wringer over the last few months, but the worst might be yet to come. Cool weather over the long weekend set the scene for empty patios across the city following a busy summer for outdoor seating areas. Many restaurants are already seeing dips…
06
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Bison, Canada, Consumer, Coronavirus, COVID-19, dance performances, Playground, Renovations, Reopening, Restaurant, Trails, Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Wanuskewin Heritage Park reopens after being temporarily closed for roughly 6 months – Saskatoon

The parking lot at Wanuskewin Hertitage Park featured visitors in it for the first time since March. The park temporarily closed its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic and renovations. The renos are part of a $40 million project that is nearly complete. Upgrades include those to inside the…
03
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Alberta economy, Alberta Small Business, Calgary small business, Canada, Canadian Federation of Independent Business, CFIb, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Economy, edmonton small business, Federal Small Business Programs, news, Nicks Steakhouse, Rent Relief Small Business

Low sales, fewer customers creating dire situation for Alberta small businesses: CFIB ​

A newly released survey from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business shows Alberta small businesses remain tough as the province enters its sixth month of COVID-19 infections. The survey, conducted on Aug. 27, attributed fewer customers and lower sales as the root causes of a slower recovery for Alberta’s…
02
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, Canada Coronavirus, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Cases, Coronavirus In Canada, coronavirus news, coronavirus update, COVID-19, covid-19 canada, covid-19 news, Project Montreal, Valerie Plante

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante calls for provincial, federal help to rebuild from COVID-19 – Montreal

Valérie Plante is approaching the start of her fourth year in office as mayor of Montreal in circumstances dramatically different from when she marked the start to her third. The COVID-19 pandemic, and the economic crisis that has come with it, has completely upended life as we knew it…