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Ponoka’s Twisted Label is No. 1 storefront in Canada

Ladies’ fashions boutique ‘taking off’ during COVID-19

 

The Boho Apothecary and Studio in Bentley celebrates one year

The Boho Apothecary and Studio in Bentley celebrates one year

Bentley business well-received by community

 

(Emily Jaycox/Ponoka News)

Capitol Theatre remaining closed indefinitely

‘We are just unsure of anything’

 

Camp Day: Ponoka Tim Horton’s held its Camp Day on Aug. 12. On Camp Day, 100 per cent of proceeds from iced or hot coffee, and the sale of $2 bracelets, goes towards sending youth from disadvantaged circumstances to Tim Hortons Foundation Camps. Photo by Emily Jaycox
Camp Day: Ponoka Tim Horton’s held its Camp Day on Aug. 12. On Camp Day, 100 per cent of proceeds from iced or hot coffee, and the sale of $2 bracelets, goes towards sending youth from disadvantaged circumstances to Tim Hortons Foundation Camps. Photo by Emily Jaycox
While other distillers are bottling individual sizes of sanitizer, focusing on larger-size products lets Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point serve organizations like the RCMP, Department of National Defence, Fraser Health Authority, and school districts.

Vancouver Island distillery crafts sanitizer to meet Canadian need

Local know-how, economies of scale come together in Shelter Point sanitizer

  • Jun 8, 2020
While other distillers are bottling individual sizes of sanitizer, focusing on larger-size products lets Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point serve organizations like the RCMP, Department of National Defence, Fraser Health Authority, and school districts.
Switchback Mercantile, Millet, Alta. Submitted.

Local businesses try to find their ‘new normal’ during COVID-19

COVID-19 is pushing local businesses to their breaking point.

Switchback Mercantile, Millet, Alta. Submitted.