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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...

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...

Rosie’s Barber Shop To Close Christmas Eve

By: Mike Anderson After 31 years of barbering, Rosemary Zammit is hanging up her hair-cutting shears, barber combs...

Buchner Manufacturing Celebrates 40 Years

By: Tina Novotny What began as a home installation business has grown into one of Georgina’s leading manufacturers and...

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...

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...

Georgina Civic Centre: Not Giving Up The Ghost Yet!

By: Tanya Edwards Take four people with the same spooky hobby, and what do you get? COPi, Central Ontario...

Quilting makes a comeback in Georgina

By: Tina Novotny They say if you do what you love, you’ll never have to work a day in...

‘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...

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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