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LawnStarter Acquires Lawn Love to Create Powerhouse Marketplace for On-Demand Outdoor Services
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LawnStarter Acquires Lawn Love to Create Powerhouse Marketplace for On-Demand Outdoor Services | Business | valdostadailytimes.com ...

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Here’s how you can support independent businesses hit by the coronavirus crisis
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A POP-UP independent marketplace is returning to Brighton this weekend, providing local brands a boost following coronavirus restrictions. The Pop-Up ...

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Tata Digital to acquire majority stake in online healthcare marketplace 1MG
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Tata Digital Limited, a 100% subsidiary of Tata Sons, will acquire a majority stake in ...

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Red River Ex hopeful for late-August return, CEO says
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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of many high-profile local events — the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Jazz Winnipeg, and countless ...

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More than 8,000 Nova Scotians can reschedule to receive 2nd dose of vaccine earlier
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Nova Scotians who received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine between March 11 and 21 and who are scheduled to receive their second dose between ...

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Can governments mandate COVID-19 vaccines for long-term care staff? Experts weigh in
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As the mass vaccination effort against COVID-19 continues across Canada, Ontario became the first province to make receiving the shot mandatory for ...

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Outdoor sports return to action in Step 1 of Saskatchewan’s reopening roadmap
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Across Saskatchewan, athletes and coaches are rejoicing as outdoor sports can resume play as of May 30. “It’s great news, I can’t wait,” Saskatoon ...

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Ontario reports 1,033 new COVID-19 cases, 18 deaths
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Ontario is reporting 1,033 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. The provincial total now stands at 530,543. Sunday’s case count is slightly lower than ...

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Are financial incentives motivators for individuals not yet inoculated?
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For Canadians reluctant to get the COVID-19 vaccine, financial incentives from organizations might motivate individuals to get their first dose. ...

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COVID-19: Ontario’s science table says schools can safely reopen on regional basis
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TORONTO — Ontario’s COVID-19 science table says the province can re-open schools safely on a regional basis while limiting the risk of further virus ...

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