Stats Canada Says Canada’s Home Ownership Rate Fell in Latest 2021 Census Release

Meanwhile, the Renter Rate Increased Courtesy of Barrie 360 and Canadian Press Published: Sep 21st, 2022 Facebook Twitter By Nojoud Al Mallees in Ottawa Canada’s homeownership rate is on the decline, with young adults in particular less likely to own a home in 2021 than they were in 2011, says Statistics Canada. According to the latest census release,…

Ontario CUPE Education Workers Start Voting On Whether To Strike

Ontario’s Five Major Education Unions Are In The Midst Of Bargaining With The Government Courtesy of Barrie 360 and Canadian Press Published: Sep 23rd, 2022 Allison Jones, The Canadian Press Ontario education workers including librarians, custodians and administrative staff are set to start voting today on whether to strike – and their union is recommending…

Deaths Are Declining But The Pandemic Isn’t Over Yet, Experts Warn

The Good news: The Number of deaths worldwide is at it’s lowest point since the pandemic began. [In my opinion: The Bad news: There appears to be increased transmissibility of the current variants and some experts are warning it’s not over] Courtesy of Barrie 360 and The Canadian Press While the head of the World…

Our Leaving Corporate Summit … may actually be for you too!

THE (FREE) LEAVING CORPORATE SUMMIT STARTS NEXT TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27TH… I want to ask you… Have you figured out how your business can adapt during one of the longest periods of change in entrepreneurial history? Experts with their finger on the pulse of entrepreneurship are not just for brand new entrepreneurs. If you don’t keep…

The Passing of a Queen

I have debated whether to include this report of Queen Elizabeth II ‘s funeral. In the end I was moved by this article (courtesy of Barrie 360/The Canadian Press), realizing that this time of her passing may be more momentous than we know right now, occurring as it has done amidst a period of so…

Restaurants Usher in Higher Prices, Smaller Portion Sizes as Costs Rise, Restaurants Canada Report Says

The Report Says Foot Traffic to Restaurants is Still Below Pre-Pandemic Levels Courtesy of Barrie 360, Canadian Press Published: Sep 16th, 2022 Toronto Restaurants in Canada are raising prices, shrinking menus and reducing hours in a bid to survive inflation and labour shortages, a new report says.  The Restaurants Canada report released Thursday said the…

Health Unit Resumes 2022-2023 School-Based Immunization Program [no, not covid]

The Health Unit Advises Getting Immunized According to the Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule for Ontario Courtesy of Barrie 360 News release – Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) Beginning September 2022, the SMDHU in partnership with local school boards, will resume offering school-based clinics for routine immunizations for Hepatitis B, Meningococcal Conjugate (Men-C-ACYW) and Human…

Temporary Boost to GST Rebate Appropriate Amid High Inflaction: Economists

Stacks up as a better policy than some of the cash payments issued by provinces Courtesy of Barrie 360 & Canadian Press Published: Sep 14th, 2022 Facebook Twitter Nojoud Al Mallees, The Canadian Press The federal government’s newly announced inflation relief for lower−income Canadians through the GST rebate stacks up as a better policy than some…

Honouring the Queen

The passing of Queen Elizabeth will be another historic event that we have marked in the first 22 years of this century. Many articles and much coverage have marked her passing. Here is a link to an article courtesy of Barrie 360 and The Canadian Press on the impact Queen Elizabeth had on the expectations…