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Cole Dickinson's Baseball Career Is A Cakewalk

Three years ago, Westport’s all-stars electrified the town with a great run to the Little League World Series championship game.

Among their many fans was Rick Dickinson. 255 more words

People

Magog restaurateurs raise (and grow) what they serve

MAGOG — Being a chef in a small community often means wearing a lot of hats.

But Sébastien Lefebvre, 42, wears more than most.

The co-owner of the restaurant La Retenue also has a catering business, gives cooking courses, prepares the cafeteria lunches for two primary schools and co-owns a 50-acre family farm four kilometres from his restaurant where many of the items on the menu — including pork, beef and chicken — are raised and/or grown. 853 more words

Business

Gone Getting Hitched

My apologies for the extended absence and gap between posts.  I’ve been out of town for the last couple of weeks for my wedding.

I’ll be posting more soon!

Regards,

Corey

Auto Insurance

Underage dancer leads to Amazones licence suspension

A Montreal strip club has had its liquor and video-poker licences suspended six days for employing an underage dancer.

This decision this month by La Régie des Alcools, Des Courses et des Jeux related to an incident from Oct. 67 more words

Montreal

WestJet adding dozens of domestic and international flights for winter season

WestJet has announced it will add dozens of new flights to its domestic and international networks as part of its 2016-2017 winter schedule.

Scheduled to start in late October, highlights from the airline’s new flight roster include additional domestic routes from Toronto to Vancouver, Ottawa and Moncton, N.B. 91 more words

Local Business

DM Rose Accountancy

DM Rose Accountancy is primarily for local small and medium sized businesses offering:

  • Bookkeeping
  • VAT Returns
  • Preparing End of Year Accounts for Sole Traders
  • Payroll for small businesses…
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Highworth

Coaxing tourists off the beaten path: Solving Alberta's hotel crisis

Alberta’s tourism industry is facing an economic dichotomy, as chockablock resorts in the Rockies report one of their best years while hotels in other parts of the province struggle to simply remain open. 513 more words

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