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Soup surplus for homeless, thanks to Cambridge Street United Church

Soup surplus for homeless, thanks to Cambridge Street United Church

Cambridge Street United Church’s recent crock pot extravaganza at a fellowship lunch was a boon for A Place Called Home,… Continue reading “Soup surplus for homeless, thanks to Cambridge Street United Church”

Lindsay: The kindest town around

Free coffee for Common Kindness Day at Boiling Over

Get a free coffee (or tea) at Boiling Over’s Coffee Vault in Lindsay on Jan. 10, paid for by Commonwell… Continue reading “Free coffee for Common Kindness Day at Boiling Over”

Chamber hosts workshop on poverty and low income

The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of workshops on welcoming diversity to Kawartha Lakes. On Jan. 16… Continue reading “Chamber hosts workshop on poverty and low income”

Quit smoking contest offers cash for winners

Quit smoking contest offers cash for winners

If you’re someone who regularly smokes, smokes socially, has stopped smoking or never smoked in your life, this contest can… Continue reading “Quit smoking contest offers cash for winners”

Hiding in plain sight: Post Envelopes a thriving 83-year-old Lindsay business

All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. — Leo Tolstoy Tolstoy got it all… Continue reading “Hiding in plain sight: Post Envelopes a thriving 83-year-old Lindsay business”

Lindsay's Tim Hortons not willing to talk about wages, employee incentives

Lindsay’s Tim Hortons not willing to talk about wages, employee incentives

Last week’s national headlines were dominated by the Tim Hortons brand. Not surprising. In nearby Cobourg, the owners of the… Continue reading “Lindsay’s Tim Hortons not willing to talk about wages, employee incentives”

Majority of basic income applicants continue to be low income workers

As basic income enrollments continue in Lindsay and two other Ontario cities, one key trend seems to be emerging –… Continue reading “Majority of basic income applicants continue to be low income workers”