Spring has just hit Ontario and we have already seen warmer than normal temperatures in the initial days. The coming months are expected to see different weather conditions, according to Environment Canada meteorologist Jeff Coulson.
Author: Foram Kantharia
“As a graduate of global business management, I was looking and hoping for a position like a business analyst or a manager at a reputed business organization but I had to settle for a customer service representative job,” said Pankti Patel, a financial services representative at one of Canada’s big banks who graduated in September 2020 from Fanshawe College
The region is sitting at 338 active cases, 222 deaths and 13,101 full vaccinations as of Tuesday, Feb. 23. The situation is still unpredictable but all we can do together is to hope for the best and stay safe.
Michele McBride-Roach, event and program coordinator at the Kitchener Market, says these classes have already gained popularity across the community.
“You have to wear a mask on the property, on lift lines, on the lifts and keep social distancing,” Chicopee CEO Bill Creighton said in an interview.
Geoff Coulson, a meteorologist from Environment Canada, says winter might be a little warmer this year.
“The problem that arises is when these companies have your personal information and they end up using it for variety of other purposes that were never intended,” said Ann Cavoukian, the former information and privacy commissioner of Ontario.
Nobody knows travel will go back to normal.
A popular sightseeing company is shifting its boats on Niagara Falls to a fully electric fleet.
“About one in 20 households access food assistance in Waterloo Region,” said Katherine MacDuff, network programs and planning managers at The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
Ontario has a limit of only 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors and India has a limit of 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors. With these limits, it is difficult to host traditional Indian weddings as people cannot invite hundreds of guests.
Conestoga Students Inc. hosted the virtual inclusivity event last week called “Come as we are, Were and Want to be – A Panel on Inclusion.”