Day: July 19, 2020

Three new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Durham Sunday, active cases steady at 50

Durham is reporting three new cases of COVID-19. Sunday’s update also comes with three more resolved cases. As such, the number of active cases in the region remains at 50.  All patients are isolating at home. No new deaths were reported.  Thus, the death toll remains at 181, most of which have been linked to …

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Canopy (TSX:WEED) and Aurora (TSX:ACB): Two Industry Juggernauts With Very Different Strategies

As the Canadian cannabis space has begun to enter a new phase, it is interesting to look back at how we got here. An initial frantic arms race to accumulate as much production capacity as possible eventually gave way to the reality that demand would be a lot slower to migrate to the legal market …

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This Indigenous gardener is sharing his techniques to grow the next generation of green thumbs

Toronto·Video Isaac Crosby got his start at his family farm several decades ago and often credits his Indigenous and Black background as inspiration for the way he works. Now, he’s bringing his knowledge to Evergreen Brickworks. In a segment for Our Toronto, Lisa Xing went there to find out how he’s passing on his skills. …

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Three protestors charged and released by Toronto police after statues covered in paint

A trio of activists detained by Toronto police have all been released, according to a lawyer claiming to represent one of them. Saron Gebresellassi tweeted around 3 a.m. Sunday that the last person had finally been released. BREAKING: ALL 3 detainees have now been released. Court date will be September 30th at Old City Hall. …

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Memoir by women’s advocate and community planner Elaine Alec a story of survival and transformation

Elaine Alec (Syilx-Secwepemc) has made a career of working with First Nations across the country to build stronger communities and organizations.  She’d long wanted to write a book that could inform other planners working with Indigenous Peoples but it was her recent community work, focused on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, that inspired …

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