As the new crown epidemic slowly came to an end, the college community began to gradually return to the lively scene they are accustomed to before the epidemic. On Saturday morning, I went to take part in the college grass volleyball game that everyone enjoys. Yesterday morning, I participated in the college table tennis competition […]
Ontario is expanding eligibility for COVID-19 booster vaccine for children aged 5-11 for additional protection. Ontario is also updating public health guidance to help manage COVID-19 during the flu and respiratory-prone seasons. Please visit here for more Parents and child caregivers are encouraged to speak with their child’s doctor, or call the provincial Vaccine Contact […]
Convenience stores play an important role in our community and contribute enormously to our province’s economy. The convenience store industry’s 78,000 hard-working employees work around the clock to keep goods stocked in a clean and safe stores. Many of these stores are open 365 days a year. Thanks to their efforts, all residents, including remote […]
Independent pharmacy has been a key partner to government over the past two years as we have battled through the most serious public health crisis in our generation. Taken as a whole, there are over 4,300 community pharmacies in Ontario. Approximately 50% of those are small independent businesses. The sector has helped not only improve […]
Great pleasure to meet the Vice President of Trinity Western University yesterday at the OLA, and I was delighted to know #TrinityWesternUniversity , Canada’s premier Christian university and the largest liberal arts university, is planning to open a new campus in our community.