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Canadian Spending And Purchase Habits Have Not Yet Returned To Pre-Pandemic...

Payments Canada has released new data on Canadian payment trends since the onset of COVID-19, showing that Canadians continue to spend less overall, and...

Clearing The Way This Winter

The Town of Bracebridge provides a high level of winter operations to ensure that residents and visitors can travel safely. Throughout the winter months,...

Giving Back! This Year More Than Ever

Study Finds Link Between Generosity and Life Satisfaction. As businesses enter a season usually filled with in-person holiday parties and an abundance of team-building volunteer...

The 2021 Canadian Travel Forecast Is Firmly Focused On Domestic Adventure

A recent survey conducted by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THIA) found that 80 per cent of Canadians plan to travel in 2021, but...

Stuff A Cruiser Events In Muskoka On Sat. Dec. 5

The OPP Muskoka-Georgian Bay Auxiliary Unit have once again partnered with the Salvation Army in Muskoka for the annual "Stuff a Cruiser" event. Those wishing...

Canadians May Overestimate Their Ability To Spot Phishing Scams

Despite a growing understanding that cyber security is essential in a digital era, some Canadians still need help in getting the message that simple...

Four People Charged After A Drug Bust In Parry Sound

Several police resources were used on November 19th to executed a drug warrant at a home on William Street in Parry Sound. OPP say they...

Suicidal Ideation At Record Levels Among Ontario Students

Even before the pandemic began, Ontario students were experiencing the highest levels of suicidal ideation and serious psychological distress ever recorded, according to the latest Ontario Student...

Pandemic Impact On Holiday Shopping: Budgeting, Big Purchases And Personal Debt

Gift-giving is a ‘go’ for most Canadians leading up to Black Friday according to a recent survey* by Equifax Canada, with 58 per cent...

Ontario’s COVID-19 Response Faced Systemic Issues And Delays

Ontario's Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk says the province's response to COVID-19 in the winter and spring of 2020 was slower and more reactive relative...