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Big Canoe vows to fight charges, after police bust Indigenous pot shop in Sutton

By Mike Anderson After his Indigenous pot shop on High Street was raided by York Regional Police earlier this month, Jared Big Canoe says he's...

Artisanal sandwich shop opens in Sutton

By Mike Anderson If you fancy a Philly cheesesteak, lobster roll or a Cubano sandwich for lunch, you now have a go-to place in Sutton. Speak...

Skills Training Centre offers free seminars for entrepreneurs this month

By Mike Anderson With Canadian business insolvencies hitting a 19-year high, it's probably a good time for new and aspiring entrepreneurs to think about how...

Move over chocolate, popcorn is the new Valentine’s Day treat

By Michelle Poirier RJ Gorman is betting that your Valentine will appreciate a bag of RJ’s World Famous popcorn more than the usual box...

Women In Business Conference inspires future entrepreneurs

By Ewa Chwojko-Srawley After a two-year hiatus, Wonder Women: Women in Business Conference, hosted by the Georgina Chamber of Commerce on September 23, presented local...

Pefferlaw’s treasured pet food store to close in September

By Mike Anderson The Kibble House, a favourite with pet owners in Pefferlaw, will be closing its doors in September. Owners Diane Meharg, 63, and John...

Georgina’s new craft brewery is getting ready to open its doors

By: Michelle Poirier The final pieces are falling into place for Turkey Shoot Brewing Co. (TSBC) as it gets ready to open its new craft...

Why a pandemic can’t stop the mighty butter tart

By: Ewa Chwojko-Srawley Opening a new business during a pandemic is not for the faint of heart. But if your business is baking mouth-watering, gourmet butter...

Taste of Georgina coming in February

By: Michelle Poirier The Town of Georgina's Economic Development and Tourism Division is launching a new culinary event, Taste of Georgina. "You're invited to experience the...

Business group slams new Ontario retail rule, others laud expanded COVID-19 tests

TORONTO — The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is criticizing new provincial lockdown rules in Ontario, saying they are unfair to small businesses. For the...


May 10, 2024 Issue

Main Stories: Council approves increase in funding for replacement Civic Centre, Council allows food vendors at two waterfront parks, Georgina Spring Fling Marathon grows in popularity, Photo exhibit features iconic portraits of 60s rock stars, Sutton Legion benefits from Ontario Trillium Grant