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See the Best of Ontario

Many of us have been waiting to travel for months. Before non-essential international travel reopens, exploring Ontario’s hidden gems is a great idea. These guide books can make your plans for exploring the province much easier. All are available at...

Manufacturing and its Impact on Ontario’s Economy

Ontario is rich in natural resources – from the forests and minerals in the north to the fertile farmland in the south. Although some of these resources are exported as raw materials, Ontario has a large manufacturing industry that...

Honouring the Miracle Fibre

Seven years ago, on a chilly pier in Pictou, N.S., Canadians got the wool pulled away from their eyes. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were there on a royal visit and launched Campaign for Wool Canada, an...

How the Bluenose Won Our Hearts

She was one of the hardest working schooners of her time. And the fastest. Go to her website, bluenose.novascotia.ca, and you’ll see the descriptors. Undefeated champion, Canadian icon, Nova Scotian ambassador. The Bluenose was a wooden schooner built in 1921 in...

Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, Incredible Trails Near downtown Toronto

An hour and 15 minutes drive from downtown Toronto, Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area is home to one of the most beautiful hikes in Ontario. There are 10km-long trails with five outlooks on the edge of towering cliffs, making it...

Things are Looking Up for Personal Care Businesses in Canada

Throughout the difficult experiences that Canadians have had to face in the past one year, it seems that personal care businesses have been hit the hardest. They have borne the brunt of Covid-19 since the very beginning of the...

The Best Spots to Embrace Cottage Life in Ontario

Cottages are known for their surrounding great lakes and are a cheaper and accessible alternative to flying out of Canada. Since the pandemic, many Canadians have been on the hunt for a staycation, renting waterfront cottages and even purchasing...

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Public Daycare Workers Across Quebec to Strike For 1 Day Next Week

Workers in the province's public daycares will be walking off the job for a day next Friday. Earlier this week,...
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