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New baseball diamond completes school sports field project that began in 2013

A project that began in 2013 is receiving the finishing touches with the construction of a new baseball diamond on the back campus of Dresden, Ont.’s Lambton-Kent Composite School. In addition to the ball diamond, the project also included two full-size soccer fields, a track, and physical activity area featuring outdoor fitness equipment.

B.C.’s Phase 3 restart plan helped boost golf by 500 per cent in July, August

Tourism in British Columbia this year took a significant hit with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it wasn’t a complete disaster.

Winnipeg shuts down sports fields as Manitoba enters pandemic’s red level

Winnipeg is closing its recreational sports fields, skate parks and playgrounds after Manitoba declared it is entering the red level of the province’s pandemic response plan.

Saskatoon snow and ice contractors are ‘crazy busy’ and getting little sleep

The blast of wintry weather that hit Saskatoon on the weekend has kept snow contractors “crazy busy” with one company noting its phone has been ringing every two minutes.
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Slip-and-fall claims

New Ontario bill aims to drastically close window for slip-and-fall claims

A private members bill passed by the Ontario Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills aims to pare back the cost of liability insurance for snow contractors by reducing the number of “frivolous” slip-and-fall claims. » Read More

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