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Melony Teague, local new author - Talking about the challenges for getting promoted in Covid times

At last week's Connecting the Community meeting, Melony told us about the struggles for authors, particularly first time authors, to get their books known.

It's a battle with algorithyms.

Have a listen:

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Finding a Hobby in Retirement

When you retire you think you’ll pursue all sorts of new and exciting hobbies, but sometimes finding a hobby or two may not be that easy. Hobbies should have a mind body connection.

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Gardening Tips - Want to start a garden now? Try Indoor plants.

Given the temperature is dropping, why not start a garden indoors!

You don’t have to be an expert if you follow the advice in this article, you can have some nice plants growing in your home in no time!

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Can you help? Salvation Army Winter Coat Drive

Looking for new and gently used winter coats for children, youth and adults.

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Ward 6 Councillor Godwin Chan is happy that the Ed Sackfield Arena and David Hamilton Park is now re-opened!

"As the local Councillor who advocated for the City’s first indoor tracks and outdoor exercise equipment, I am proud to share that Mayor, Council members and I joined Ed Sackfield to cut ribbon for the newly-expanded arena and the redeveloped

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"Fill a Purse for a Sister Campaign" needs to find drop-off locations

The Fill a Purse for a Sister Campaign began locally six years ago.  

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Let's support a green recovery. Sign petition and contact our MPs

Richmond Hill is a community that has many environmental supporters, people who want a better future.

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Richmond Hill Council Strategic Plan - Take the Survey! Please!!

In response to the changing landscape resulting from the COVID-19 emergency and with a view on future planning, Richmond Hill Council is developing a new strategic plan to ensure the City is focused on meeting the evolving needs of the community o

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