5 takeaways from Canada’s official electoral debates

OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to call an election two years ahead of schedule did not work out as planned. Polls have always followed a drop in voter support for his Liberal Party and an increase in support for his closest rivals, the Conservatives, leaving parties in statistical …

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Online guide to going green

?? Information on how to live sustainably is now easier to find thanks to an upgrade to Wellington Shire Council’s online resources for residents and local businesses. The Council’s website update includes an in-depth review of all things sustainability and the environment. This is part of a commitment made by …

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Steel Dust Recycling is eager to fill new staff positions

Steel Dust Recycling is looking for its next great employee MILLPORT, al. (WCBI) – Job opportunities exist; whether it’s a restaurant, retail or factory, employers hire. Steel Dust Recycling or SDR is looking for its next big employee. Work was quick and efficient in 2019, and the company wants to …

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Guyanese volunteer suffers from Ground Zero aftermath

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Ronald “Wenick” King, a former civilian construction supervisor, told Caribbean Life that he was part of a group of volunteers who rushed to Ground Zero …

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