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Bahar Fine Foods brings new and vibrant flavours to Georgina

By Weichen Xu Bahar Fine Foods is a grocery store and Persian-Afghan diner catering to Georgina’s growing appetite for diverse and authentic flavours. Owners Ali and...

Artisanal sandwich shop opens in Sutton

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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...

Oh!Nest Café offers a variety of fresh meals and treats

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By Michelle Poirier Freshly prepared foods, desserts and drinks can be found at one of Keswick’s hidden gems, Oh!Nest Café, located at 672 The Queensway...

Wind Pho: Bringing authentic Vietnamese cuisine to Georgina

By Weichen Xu Rain or shine, a bowl of noodles will always be PHO-nomenal. As summer cures our seasonal depression, so does pho. This typical Vietnamese...

What to do this Valentine’s Day

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By Michelle Poirier The day of love sneaks up on us every year; here are some ideas of what to do this Valentine's Day, and weekend,...

What to do this Valentine’s Day weekend?

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By Michelle Poirier Although Valentine's Day is fast approaching, there is still time to make plans.  If you are looking for a romantic dinner, many local...

Local restaurants support The Georgina Cares Fund

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By Michelle Poirier Two local fast-food chains have raised money for The Georgina Cares Fund, Tim Hortons through their Smile Cookie campaign, and McDonald’s through...

Local restaurants get creative to keep afloat during pandemic

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By: Michelle Poirier Take-out and delivery have not been as lucrative as traditional sit-down service, so some restaurants are coming up with different ideas to...

Captain Cernel brings magic to movie night with home delivery popcorn

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By: Michelle Poirier After bringing movie magic to Georgina for 22 years through The Gem Theatre, RJ Gorman, a.k.a. Captain Cernel, is now on a...

Bars, cannabis sector eligible for $40B credit program from government bank

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TORONTO — Devastated bars and lounges as well as the country’s hard-hit cannabis sector will have access to $40 billion in new credit being made...

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May 10, 2024 Issue

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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
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