05
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: Love Your Local, NS Community Haul

Love your Local: NS Community Haul

We chat with Keely Wallace to find out more about Nova Scotia’s Community Haul, a Nova Scotian subscription box that supports over 80 local businesses! They also partner with the IWK Foundation to donate $5 from every box sold!
03
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: cathedral, Education, Holy Rosary School, news, Regina Catholic School Board, Regina Catholic School Division, Regina News, Saskatchewan News

Regina Catholic School Board looking for partners to keep community school open – Regina

The Regina Catholic School Board is looking to find partners who can help develop a business plan and keep a school in the Cathedral neighbourhood open. Holy Rosary School has approximately 96 students. Board chairperson Vicky Bonnell said if partners aren’t found, the school will be closed by June…
15
Jan
2021
Posted by: In: 880 Edmonton features, biera, Community League, COVID-19, Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, Features, Kind Ice Cream, OurYEG, Ritchie, Ritchie Community League, ritchie edmonton, Ritchie Market, Ritchie subscription, Shop local, Shop Local Edmonton

Ritchie community league launches neighbourhood subscription service – Edmonton

A community league in Edmonton is hoping to help residents and businesses by providing a subscription service to the neighbourhood. Ritchie Community League volunteer Seghan McDonald said the community league created the initiative to raise funds for the league. “We had to find a way to build revenue for…
09
Dec
2020
Posted by: In: 880 Edmonton features, Dentons, dentons make your mark on poverty, Elementary School, elk island public school, Features, good deed, make your mark on poverty, OurYEG, sock donation, southpointe school, United Way

Fort Saskatchewan students collect socks, snacks for vulnerable community members – Edmonton

Students in Fort Saskatchewan are gathering a few winter essentials to help their community during its coldest months. Kids in Grade 5 classes at Southpointe School have been collecting sock and snack donations from family, friends and local businesses. A Southpointe School teacher poses in front of school donations.…
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…