Month: December 2021

Clarington launches joint mental health partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada

posted Thursday, December 16, 2021

by: in Community

Clarington Fire and the Clarington Fire Fighters’ Association are pleased to announce a partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada to provide first responders and their families an additional layer of mental health support through trauma therapy and education. Under the terms of the partnership, Wounded Warriors Canada will provide Clarington’s firefighters and their families access to […]

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Uxbridge Holiday Trail – light displays, shopping, treats, eats, and drinks

posted Wednesday, December 15, 2021

by: in Community

‘Tis the Season and a great time to get into the holiday spirit with a magical journey through the Trail Capital of Canada. Start with a drive through the Uxbridge Optimist Fantasy of Lights, a trail of brilliant holiday displays winding through Uxbridge’s Elgin Park. The park is open nightly until January 2 from 6 to […]

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A Country Path Christmas Tour – shop throughout Durham this holiday season, and collect stamps for prizes

posted Monday, December 13, 2021

by: in Community

A Country Path Christmas Tour looks slightly different this year. Instead of being one weekend only, you’re invited to choose your own day(s) to drive along A Country Path and browse numerous shops to see what remarkable treasures they have in store. The tour runs Until December 19. Pick-up a postcard at any of the […]

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Holiday shopping made easy at The Leaskdale Loop artist and market community just outside of Uxbridge

posted Thursday, December 9, 2021

by: in Community

Discover distinctive and diverse destinations along the scenic countryside of the Leaskdale area, located near Uxbridge.  Explore artist studios, farm markets, and beautiful rural tourist destinations, all within a 10-minute drive. The owners of a number of businesses across Leaskdale and the surrounding area have come together for a new day trip attraction: The Leaskdale […]

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Theatre on the Ridge gets festive this December in Port Perry

posted Wednesday, December 8, 2021

by: in Uncategorized

This December, Theatre on the Ridge is welcoming the season and live audiences safely back into the theatre with two festive events! Theatre on the Ridge,  (formerly Theatre 3×60) was founded in 2013 by Joan Etienne and Carey Nicholson, and is a not for profit, professional, collaborative company in which committed artists can produce high quality work […]

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The Letter dices RRSP next to a white ceramic piggybank and a wooden hourglass. A fifty dollar banknote is inserted into the piggybank's slot.

Why You Need to Start an RRSP Plan

posted Tuesday, December 7, 2021

by: in Durham Region's Financial Expert

Why You Need to Start an RRSP Plan If you want to retire and enjoy financial freedom, you need to start an RRSP plan today. If you’re like most Canadians, you might not know what an RRSP, or Registered Retirement Savings Plan, is or why you should be using one. This article guides you through […]

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A look back at cook books and cooking traditions

posted Wednesday, December 1, 2021

by: in Boomers

There has been so much COVID news lately. Lots of it not good. I think it’s time for me to think of other things. Something that I enjoy reading (and sometimes using) are cook books. Over the years I have bought and donated many cookbooks. Right now, I have around fifty. The oldest one is […]

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