Three dead in face-to-face in Ontario

SCUGOG, Ont. – A car accident left three people dead and two seriously injured early Saturday morning near Port Perry in Scugog, Ontario. The accident occurred shortly after 1:00 am at the 4th Line on Highway 7/12, said Sergeant Kerry Schmidt of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Authorities believe that an SUV moving north has deviated […]

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$ 1 beer back in Ontario

The new beer floor price, reduced from $ 1.25 to $ 1 by the Ford government, comes into effect Monday. Brewers participating in the “Buck-A-Beer” Challenge will benefit from time-limited rewards at LCBO locations, special displays, LCBO flyer advertising and more. newspaper inserts. The province has 272 breweries, in addition to about 15 foreign producers, […]

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Blockchain: Bank of Montreal and Ontario Teachers Launch Fixed Income Pilot Project

According to a Bloomberg report of August 15 The Bank of Montreal and the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan tested a Canadian dollar debt deal using Blockchain. A pioneering initiative based on the Blockchain The Financial Markets Division of Bank of Montreal (BMO) announced the launch of the first transaction using Blockchain technology for a Canadian dollar transfer transaction. […]

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Ontario joins the fight against the carbon tax

New Prime Minister Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will support Saskatchewan in challenging the federal carbon tax in court. The Premier of Ontario and his Saskatchewan counterpart, Scott Moe, made the announcement just before the opening of the Council of the Federation, which begins today in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. “Today we have agreed […]

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