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Ontario invests $100,000 in Port Dover seniors

Ontario invests $100,000 in Port Dover seniors Services and supports for seniors in Port Dover have received a boost from the Ontario Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility’s Seniors Community Grant Program. The $100,000 grant will help fund efforts to connect seniors to local food bank services, prevent financial elder abuse, establish a seniors’ advocacy strategy, […]

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Great Backyard Bird Count starts worldwide Feb. 12th

Great Backyard Bird Count starts worldwide Feb. 12th Lots of people turned to birdwatching during the past year, seeking enjoyment and relaxation. Chickadees, cardinals, finches and other birds are doing their part to lift human spirits this winter. The 24th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) is a great opportunity for all budding birdwatchers and […]

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Puppies popular: Local breeder received 50 emails a day

Puppies popular Local breeder received 50 emails a day By Donna McMillan   In the early months of the pandemic, Port Dover dog breeder Lily Eggink was receiving more than 50 e-mails a day from people interested in purchasing one of her Labrador Retrievers. Enquiries have dwindled during the winter months, Lily told the Maple […]

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An idea to consolidate museums

An idea to consolidate museums By David Judd   Norfolk CAO Jason Burgess has an idea for the future of Norfolk’s museums: consolidate them at Simcoe’s historic town hall on Colborne Street.   Consolidating museums would save money and breathe new life into a heritage building that Mr. Burgess calls “a crown jewel.” In a […]

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Rebecca Featherstone

MUSICOLOGY: Rebecca Featherstone finds solution to teaching music online

MUSICOLOGY Rebecca Featherstone finds solution to teaching music online By Nate Clark It happened last March, and Rebecca Featherstone’s panicked staff of 14 piano, guitar and voice teachers looked to her for answers. In the blink of an eye, everything she’d worked the last 12 years for was on the brink of collapse. It was […]

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