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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

S&P/TSX composite down as energy sector falls, U.S. stock markets up in early trading

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index fell in early trading amid weakness in the energy sector, while U.S. stock markets climbed higher. The S&P/TSX composite...
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Resource Revenue Sharing And Small/Medium Business Support For Indigenous Communities

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The Ontario Government says it is committed to resource revenue sharing with regard to Indigenous and northern communities. That commitment is contained in the Ford...
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Huron Shores Council Meeting Wrap-up

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The monthly meeting for Huron Shores was held October 14, 2020. The meeting was quick and lacking contentious issues. Council members passed six new bylaws including...
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Health Preparedness and Rebuilding the Economy Top Priorities for Doug Ford’s Government

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The Ontario government is releasing its priorities for the Fall session of the Legislature. The Ford Conservatives will be focusing on job creation, skills training,...
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Canada’s employment rate rose in August, but it’s still short of pre-pandemic levels

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Canada’s economy added more jobs in August, but employment numbers are still 1.1 million fewer than they were before the onset of the COVID-19...
Rural Employment

COVID-19: Rural Ontario employment nearly back to pre-pandemic levels: Rural Ontario Institute

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Employment numbers in rural Ontario are almost back to pre-pandemic levels, new data show. From July to August, rural employment increased by 1.5 percent, according...
COVID-19 drops cloud of financial uncertainty on universities and colleges

COVID-19 drops cloud of financial uncertainty on universities and colleges

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The impact of COVID-19 could be “calamitous” for some small colleges after international students and the schools they plan to attend have been left...

Premier Doug Ford to lay out plan today to reopen Ontario economy

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TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected today to lay out his plan for reopening the province's economy, which has been largely locked down...

Crisis lines face volunteer, cash crunch even as COVID-19 drives surge in calls

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OTTAWA — Despite a surge in demand due to COVID-19, many distress centres across Canada are dangerously close to folding thanks to major declines...

Community First Wants you to Nominate a Healthcare Hero

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Community First, A Division of Your Neighbourhood Credit Union, recognizes the unique times that our communities are experiencing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In an...