Sometimes we don’t look at what is on our own front doorstep! I was born and brought up on the Wirral (just over the Mersey from Liverpool) and have seen some positive and not so positive changes to the area over the last 30 years. 157 more words
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People "think" the ACA Individual Mandate and its "penalty" is gone thanks to the Tax Cut & Jobs Act of 2017. But is it and why are so many confused about it?
As happens so often, people hear about an action taken by some level of their local, state or Federal Government authority and misunderstand its effect it has on them as well as the timeline for that effect in their life. 526 more words
A temporary homeless shelter in downtown Kelowna will remain open for two more months, possibly longer.
The Cornerstone emergency shelter, in the 400-block of Leon Avenue at the former A&B Sound building, is run by the John Howard Society which has confirmed that BC Housing has extended the funding for the 80-bed shelter by another two months until the end of May. 380 more words
The CEO of London’s Chamber of Commerce is concerned with U.S. President Donald Trump’s planned steel and aluminum import tariffs.
The finer details of a 25 per cent penalty on imported steel and a 10 per cent penalty on imported aluminum, and who they apply to, are set to emerge next week. 255 more words
The Canadian-Hemphill County Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation – wow, that’s a mouthful! This long title comes down to one small office with one big goal, supporting the businesses and people of Canadian, Texas. 583 more words