Publisher comment - Feb 2021
How are you?
I hope your month is off to a great start.
I’m feeling cautiously optimistic these days, and that’s probably because schools opened again. Many parents are back to witnessing the not-so-regular event of their children getting out of bed and out the door before noon. That’s a signifi...
Public health roles and responsibilities
If 2020 brought us anything, it was a renewed relationship with our public health authorities. When the world is not battling a global pandemic, we often think of them as health education resources. But have you ever wondered, just what our federal and provincial public health agencies do? And who i...
Room for us to run
Contributed by Richelle Molaro – Humber Summit resident and dog owner
The residents of Emery Village are fortunate to have many tall trees and wide open spaces within easy walking distance. Access to our beautiful parks has become even more critical as we all make efforts to stay closer to home du...
Year in Review - 2020
Service continues to be an honour, Rakocevic
By Sean Delaney
Tom Rakocevic, MPP for Humber River-Black Creek, said it has certainly been an unprecedented year, but that hasn’t stopped him from getting to work.
With the pandemic dominating headlines and needs, the virus has been his priority in 2...
Businesses challenged by COVID-19 outbreak
By Sean Delaney
(Due to some concerns we’re not mentioning the full name of one of our sources) .
Workers depending on every paycheque, could be impacted if the coronavirus pandemic worsens, said an official for a large local manufacturing facility in Emery Village.
Amid the COVID-19 outbre...