Recipe for success: Lethbridge chef reflects on career following national recognition – Lethbridge

in Dec 15, 2021

Chef Doug Overes, chair of the School of Culinary Arts at Lethbridge College, is adding to his collection of accolades after earning the Canadian Culinary Federation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He was nominated by fellow chef Jeremy Luypen, the executive winery chef at Summerhill Winery in B.C.’s Okanagan Valley. “There are a lot of gentlemen,[…]

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‘Sense of community is a strength’: SMU researchers look into impact of COVID-19 on N.S. communities – Halifax

‘Sense of community is a strength’: SMU researchers look into impact of COVID-19 on N.S. communities – Halifax

in Dec 23, 2020

A research team at St. Mary’s University in Halifax released a new study on Tuesday that looks into the impact of COVID-19 on communities across Nova Scotia and shows that communities are coming together to help each other during a time of need.  When the pandemic came to Nova Scotia, the team was already[…]

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New restaurant to fill iconic Saskatoon building is hiring – Saskatoon

in Jan 03, 2020

An iconic building on Idylwyld Drive is expected to soon open its doors to hungry Saskatoon customers, with a new owner. Saskatoon Station Place closed in July 2019 and in its place will be a chain restaurant, the Old Spaghetti Factory. READ MORE: ‘It’s hard to let go’: Saskatoon Station Place closing in June Hunter[…]

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‘Our job is to be there for the community’: Halifax firefighters help less fortunate – Halifax

‘Our job is to be there for the community’: Halifax firefighters help less fortunate – Halifax

in Mar 02, 2019

[ad_1] For the sixth year in a row a number of Halifax firefighters spent their Saturday giving back to the community that they serve. “Subbing in for Hunger” sees them take donated items like food, toiletries and clothing, bag them up in individual care packages and deliver them to the less fortunate. READ MORE: Nova[…]

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Family Matters podcast: Moms re-entering the workforce & Canada’s new food guide

Family Matters podcast: Moms re-entering the workforce & Canada’s new food guide

in Jan 28, 2019

[ad_1]     View link » Getting back into a career after staying home to raise kids can be daunting, especially competing against people who haven’t left the workforce. According to data from the Harvard Business Review, stay-at-home moms are half as likely to land a job interview compared to moms who get laid off. In[…]

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