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If you’re a high school student who is interested in business, you may want to attend a youth camp in May sponsored by the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill.
From May 8 to 11, students can take part in Camp Enterprise, a free weekend camp focusing on leadership and networking. You can learn how to start your own business and there are outdoor activities such as rock climbing and rope challenges.
Sponsored and funded by several Rotary service clubs, the camp is held at Cedar Glen in Bolton, near Nobleton.
Grade 11 or 12 students from Richmond Hill and Thornhill must apply before March 15 and some Grade 10 students may qualify. Those who have been accepted will be notified by March 31.
For additional information and application submissions, email Rotarian Dr. Emmanuel Abara, director of youth programs, at email@example.com or visit www.campenterprise.com
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Two Woodbridge residents were handcuffed after a violent home invasion that occurred just before noon today, York Regional police say.
The incident at the Villagewood Court home, near Kipling Avenue and Hwy. 7, resulted in several guns being stolen from the residence. A man and woman, who suffered non life-threatening injuries...( Read More
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canada Border Services Agency arrested two Greater Toronto Area residents after intercepting a shipment of contraband cigarettes that were sent from China and routed through Vancouver, Montreal and onto Toronto.
One of the people charged is from Markham.
On Feb. 12, border services officers working...( Read More
The Walk for Wellness raised some healthy proceeds this year.
Community & Home Assistance to Seniors announced more than $30,000 was earned through the 2014 walk.Proceeds will benefit the 7,600 CHATS clients in York Region and southern Simcoe County.
A community partnership program was introduced for this year’s walk, giving other non-profit...( Read More
You could call it karma, or call it common sense.
Wendy Schie knows something good is emanating from the relaxed bodies on the floor at Thornhill Employment Hub.
Ms Schie is a Kripalu yoga instructor.She is also director of the non-profit centre that helps unemployed find work.Every Thursday morning she combines her...( Read More
It’s tax season and for that reason alone York Regional Police are asking residents to be extra careful as they have seen an increase in tax-related scams often done by phone or email. In recent cases the fraudsters have been posing as agents from the Canada Revenue Agency. They then...( Read More
While many municipalities brace for a bumpy pothole season, York Region says it’s ready for whatever spring holds.
The Town of Innisfil, for example, is already struggling with a number of pesky potholes and anticipates the coming spring will be among the worst in recent memory for motorists when it comes...( Read More
A York Regional Police have had to officer is facing charges following an internal investigation into alleged misuse of insurance benefits.
Last summer two separate investigations began after the force received a number of complaints from its benefits provider.
Police say that, Const. Eric MacDonald, 40, of Barrie, Ont., is charged with...( Read More
The Progressive Conservatives demanded the resignation of the Ontario cabinet minister in charge of the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto on Monday after it was announced security costs for the event had jumped by $33 million.
While Tourism Minister Michael Chan was assuring the legislature the Games were on time...( Read More
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Why not embrace winter this March Break, and bring your family to a Richmond Hill arena for a skate?
Between March 7 and 14, various rinks around Richmond Hill will offer you and your family a fun opportunity to remain active during the break.
Friday, March 7, come to Ed Sackfield from...( Read More
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