Business

Health unit encourages caution with move to reopening

As the province lifts a number of COVID-19 restrictions for some stores, services and activities in coming days, the local health unit asks people to continue staying safe every step of the way. 

As of 12:01 am on Friday (June 11), Ontario will enter Step 1 of its Roadmap to Reopen. In this first step, non-essential retailers will be able to reopen for limited in-person shopping, limited outdoor dining on restaurant patios will be allowed, more outdoor activities like camping, fitness classes and religious services can resume, and outdoor gathering sizes will double to up to 10 people.

Morrison Nicholls wins international award

Marlene Morrison Nicholls of Stewart Morrison Insurance has won an Enterprising Women of the Year Award. A media release calls… Continue reading “Morrison Nicholls wins international award”

Real estate buyers and sellers see plenty with OneLook

OneLook Productions, a real estate marketing company, is seeing a surge in interest, says co-founder Darryl Griffioen.  Based in Prince… Continue reading “Real estate buyers and sellers see plenty with OneLook”

Grasshopper Lawn Care cleans up — one property at a time

Jeremy Decloux’s Grasshopper Lawn Care is a known quantity in Durham Region when it comes to lawn care, tree trimming… Continue reading “Grasshopper Lawn Care cleans up — one property at a time”

Local man says Kawartha Lakes should allow tiny houses

Local man says Kawartha Lakes should allow tiny houses

With local real estate prices spiralling into the stratosphere, Peter Wallace wants Kawartha Lakes to allow the construction and full-time occupancy of tiny homes.

Popular local business owner’s death prompts outpouring of grief, good will

By William McGinn and Roderick Benns Local businessman and owner of Burns Bulk Foods, Dan Burns, died May 2 after… Continue reading “Popular local business owner’s death prompts outpouring of grief, good will”

Brittany N Bros believes shopping in person will be popular again after pandemic

Nearly 23 years ago, a small shoe store in downtown Lindsay opened but soon grew to carry clothing as well…. Continue reading “Brittany N Bros believes shopping in person will be popular again after pandemic”