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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...

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...

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...

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...

‘Not as easy as it looks’: Small businesses share what it takes to move...

TORONTO — Kiki Lally has never met a mess she was afraid of. The...

Keswick Canadian Tire owner named Jumpstart Charities dealer of the year

Garry Johnston receives award from Martha Billes, owner of Canadian Tire By: Michelle Poirier Garry...

Local restaurants get creative to keep afloat during pandemic

Natalie Saunders donated potatoes to 60 families By: Michelle Poirier Take-out and delivery have not...

Local businesses are struggling to stay afloat during COVID-19 pandemic

By: Michelle Poirier Despite the promise of emergency wage subsidies and low-interest loans, many local businesses in Georgina are...

Udora’s historic general store now sells booze

By: Mike Anderson Built-in 1860, and converted into a general store in 1895, the Udora General Store is one...

Why a hug a day could keep the doctor away

By: Tina Novotny The digital age offers enhanced human connection, but many say we’ve lost the common touch –...

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October 10, 2021 Issue

Main Stories: Town of Georgina backtacks on plan to shut down public water taps, Food Pantry sees rise in first-time clients National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at Civic Centre