Day: August 12, 2020

Durham police search for suspects after break and enters in Pickering

Durham police are looking for a man and a woman after two businesses were broken into in Pickering. Officers say on Monday, just before 3 a.m., someone smashed the front door of St. Louis Bar and Grill on Bayly Street and overturned items inside. The front door of Pretty Girl Lounge, located next to the …

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Pickering grey water project could save homeowners thousands of litres of water

A developer in North Pickering is hoping its move to help homeowners reuse grey water will help inspire more sustainable plans when building homes. In a partnership with a local company, Geranium Homes is installing a grey water conservation system in new builds that could help revolutionalize how homeowners use their water. The system is …

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A Viral TikTok Of Two BFFs Setting Up Their Parents On A Date Is The Wholesome Content You Need Today

“We ran into them completely coincidentally at a local winery and knew it was meant to be somehow.” This is Catherine and Allison from San Jose, California. They’re two best friends who both had single parents. When Allison went to TikTok to explain how she and Catherine “Parent Trapped” their parents (aka set them up …

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Investing $3,000 in These Under-$30 Stocks Would Be a Brilliant Move for Your TFSA

The Canadian stock market has been resilient, despite the fear of an economic slowdown. The rising COVID-19 infections and the weak economic outlook suggest that the market could shed most of its gains. However, that is not happening, as investors’ optimism over the reopening of the economy and increase in economic activities continue to lend …

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Mi’kmaw community seeks temporary halt on N.S. highway project, renewed negotiations with province

Sipekne’katik First Nation in Nova Scotia is testing out a new Indigenous rights-focused consultation process by asking the provincial government to temporarily halt a major highway project and to clearly define any impact on the rights of the Mi’kmaq.  The $390 million project, which will twin a 9.5 kilometre section of Highway 101 near Windsor, N.S., …

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Durham to receive more than $22.9-million as province announces first round of emergency COVID-19 funding

The province, in partnership with the federal government, is providing municipalities with up to $1.6-billion as part of the first round of emergency funding. This funding is to help municipalities protect the health and well-being of Ontarians, while continuing to ensure services like public transit and shelters operate safely. “Since the beginning of the pandemic, …

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‘This is about prayer’: Inside Edmonton’s Camp Pekiwewin

Jeremy Samuel McFeeters thought he’d stay at Camp Pekiwewin for a night, maybe a few nights at most.  Homeless for two years, McFeeters got used to camping alone in the river valley, out of sight of bylaw officers. But when he arrived at the sprawling homeless encampment in the heart of Rossdale late last month, he found a …

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