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Monday, April 22, 2019

Firing up the tandoor in a first for Elmira

Diversity comes in a variety of flavours, literally in the case of Elmira’s newest restaurant, which offers authentic Indian cuisine. The first of its kind...

Region looks to become green-tech hub with evolvGREEN

In and of itself, the evolv1 office building is an impressive feat of engineering. Aptly situated in the “Idea Quarter” of the City of...

Hold the milk, says new Canada’s Food Guide

The Canadian government released its new, revised food guide this week, upending years of convention in the process. In a marked departure from the...

Maple syrup producers waiting on a deep freeze

The chilling cold of Canada’s winter has long been the herald of the coming maple syrup season. And though the weather has been less...

The summer employment hunt starts now

The weather hasn’t been overly wintry, but it’s certainly not putting many of us in mind of summer. If you’re an employer planning on...

Promoting the little fruit that could

As their family-run business expands, two Wellesley brothers are making plenty of alterations to their crabapple company, including a new location and a retail...

Farm toys range from sandbox to curio cabinet

There’s something markedly human about collecting. Whether it’s curious baubles found at the market, extravagant paintings worth small fortunes, that mug that says “world’s...

Stone Crock gets new owners in sale by Shantz family

It’s been a well regarded name in St. Jacobs for generations. From the meats and cheese store to the bakery, and the...

Online shopping a growing part of Christmas experience

Whether you’ve already got something for everyone on your list or you’re the last-minute shopper, there’s a growing chance online purchases are part of...

Kindred Credit Union names new CEO

Kindred Credit Union’s ongoing search for a CEO is over, the position having been awarded to Ian Thomas, who is coming all the way...