The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), with support of the Ontario government is launching a new Ontario Made searchable directory, making it easier for shoppers to find local products and support local business and manufacturers.
Here is what’s on for the weekend of Oct. 30-Nov.1. Listed below are public events planned in Grimsby, Beamsville, Smithville, Jordan Station, Vineland and area. Happy Halloween from Bench News Are you ready for Halloween? All you need to know about safety protocols and alternative activities is in this article: Halloween 2020 less spooky with …
While 2020 may have caused misery on many fronts this year, wine lovers will be pleased to know the grape crop in Niagara is about to produce one of the best years for wine in recent history. “It’s a stellar crop, meaning the quality is through the roof,” said Debbie Zimmerman, President of the Ontario …
The Ontario government is spending $1.05 billion to support projects in long-term care, education, and municipalities which Premier Doug Ford called a critical component to long-term economic recovery.
Lincoln’s town council has recognized 50 citizens who have made notable contributions to the community, with a mural of portraits prominently displayed on a wall along the walking track at the Fleming Centre.
With Niagara currently in Stage 3, trick-or-treating is permitted this Saturday evening, but with restrictions. So if COVID-19 has spooked your family from its traditional door-knocking costumed adventures, here are some guidelines and alternative activities.
Ontario reports 827 new COVID-19 cases today, a slight decrease from yesterday’s report of 851 cases. Hospitalized cases were reported above 300 for the first time since June. Niagara Region reports seven, a slight increase from yesterday’s report of four.
It’s not just ghosts and ghouls that make Halloween so terrifying in 2020. The second wave of COVID-19 is making trick or treating scary too. Luckily, one local business is offering virtual candy to kids this year.
The Ontario government announced today that it will be releasing the 2020 Provincial Budget on Thursday, Nov. 5. The budget will focus on health care, supporting Ontarians during the pandemic, and economic recovery.