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Task force prioritizes broadband as greatest need; expanded patios may open

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Sisters Kim Wagg, left, and Nicole Rochette, far right, own Coach and Horses in Lindsay, buying it from Wim Beeekhuis, centre, last fall.

Mayor Andy Letham says the local economic recovery task force has pinpointed better broadband as the key need in the city.

The task force, created by council at their May meeting and now boasting such local business luminaries as Bjorn Alfredsson, formerly of Holsag Furniture, Jill Quast of Happy Days Houseboats and Mark Wilson from Mark Wilson Contracting, focused on broadband being a key to economic recovery for all of eastern Ontario.

Letham says the pandemic “has exposed the weakness of local broadband.”

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Milk & Honey Eatery owner always had the drive to own her own restaurant

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Milk & Honey Eatery owner always had the drive to own her own restaurant

Olivia Moore may just be 22 but she’s hoping for big success at her new restaurant in Lindsay’s bustling downtown. She opened Milk & Honey Eatery last week “because I have always had a strong passion for cooking and baking,” she tells the Advocate.

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Entrepreneur brings homemade Chinese food to Lindsay

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On November 30 (an auspicious date) a small green neon ‘open’ sign flashed on at 235 Kent St. in Lindsay (an auspicious location). It marked the launch of a new restaurant: Ping’s Home Made Chinese Food.

The obvious questions: Who is Ping? And…could it really be homemade?

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