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SO YOU THINK YOU CAN STAGECOACH? TORONTO’S RISING STARS GET SET TO HIT THE STAGE FOR THEIR BACK TO BACK PERFORMANCES AT THE TORONTO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

The Future Stars of Stagecoach Canada Performing Arts are on tap to thrill audiences at their two-day 2019 Performance Showcase.


George Brown College president CFUW-N luncheon speaker May 8

Anne Sado, president of George Brown College for 15 years, will be guest speaker at the Canadian Federation of University Women - Northumberland scholarship fundraising luncheon May 8 at the Dalewood Golf Club in Cobourg.


East End Bike Lane Dig Out

Community members, led by cycling advocacy groups 32 Spokes (Ward 19) and Ward 14 Bikes, will gather on Dundas Street East and Jones Avenue with shovels in hand to clear a section of the Dundas Bike Lanes to the city mandated standard. The symbolic act is a way of telling Toronto politicians that City of Toronto winter maintenance operations are failing to meet the bike lane clearing standards.


Niagara Businesses Collect Over 2 Tonnes Of Textile Waste To Fundraise In Support Of Local Food Program

Five businesses spread across Niagara teamed up to host what was supposed to be a small used clothing fundraiser over the holidays in support of Small Scale Farms, a local low cost food program. Through word of mouth, donations kept pouring in long after the January deadline, to a staggering total of 4523 lbs- over 2 tonnes.


Young Media Entrepreneur Starts Campaign Dedicated to Helping Homeless Off the Streets

Young group of students plan to face Toronto's homeless concerns head-on, and show no signs no stopping.



Top 25 iTunes Artist Tia McGraff Releases Autobiographical Single And Video “Stubborn In My Blood”

CanadianBeats.ca will premiere the lyric video from the award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter and children’s book author on Monday, February 11th.


Natural Stems Meets With E.U. Advisor

Natural Stems Entering Europe


Classical music and activism: Windsor’s official International Women’s Day 2019 event is not your typical concert

A Concert for Hope is a unique evening of chamber music composed and performed by women for flute and strings in benefit of The Welcome Centre Shelter for Women in Windsor and Warrior Women Against Poverty in Detroit. A cocktail reception by MIAM French Crêpes and Koolini Italian Eatery is included.


Celebrating Over Two Years in Business, Minuteman Press Printing Franchise in Guelph, Ontario Gains Trust with Clients

Minuteman Press franchise owner Jeff Wereley has dedicated his entire career to the printing industry. Since he was twenty years old, Jeff has developed a body of knowledge that began humbly in shipping and receiving before working his way through the ranks of management.

Execulink Announces New Store Grand Opening in Port Dover

Execulink is excited to announce that their new Port Dover store is now open. A grand opening is scheduled to take place on February 6th to celebrate with the community. 


Downtown London’s Annual General Meeting

Downtown businesses and property owners will have a chance to tour the latest Fanshawe College building downtown when Downtown London hosts its Annual General Meeting at 130 Dundas Street on January 22, 2019.


Autism Dog Services is in need of Foster Homes for puppies

ADS provides children with autism and their families companionship and support through offering specialized service dogs.

ADS DJ Bedford

The cleanest water in the world is under threat. Scientist William Shotyk is worried

Bill Shotyk, the Bocock Chair for Agriculture and Environment at the University of Alberta, is featured in the current issue of Georgian Bay Today (Winter 2018/19 #123).


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