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Help for Farmers Through Market Access Initiative

News just in:New programming provided through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership will help the Ontario government with the Market Access Initiative, a new cost-share funding initiative open to all Ontario food and agri-product exporters to assist them with diversification projects and accessing new markets. Through the Market Access Initiative, sector organizations and businesses can apply for
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Jim Cuddy Tours Escarpment Towns

This entertainment news just received:Jim Cuddy has written many of the songs that have become indelible in the soundtrack of Canadian lives.  To celebrate the release of his fifth solo album, Countrywide Soul, Jim – along with fiddler Anne Lindsay and guitarist Colin Cripps – will be performing for audiences across Ontario this fall.  Tickets
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Milton’s Art Shop for Originals

Original art is for sale at The Gallery Upstairs in Milton. With price points for every budget, there are also gift items and large outdoor pieces for the garden.The rooms in this building go on and on and there’s much more to find outside, too. This is a charming place to explore. September 2019 is
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Autumn 2019: Our Annual Focus on Art

By Gloria Hildebrandt Our Autumn issue is at the printer now. It’ll be mailed to subscribers and important contacts in the next few days and will be available at our advertisers by around Sept. 1. Also around that time, you can see which advertisers will have free copies to give out, on our page neviews.ca/where-to-get-copies/.
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Conservation Halton Foundation raises funds to plant entire forest

Here’s hopeful news from Conservation Halton. This is their report. Conservation Halton recently hosted the Friluftsliv Foundation Gala on Thursday, June 20 at Kelso Quarry Park. In just one evening, guests were able to plant an entire forest, with funds raised to put 1,487 trees and shrubs in the ground. If you were not able to attend Friluftsliv this
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Only Cavers Can Rescue Cavers

There are caves along the Niagara Escarpment but they are not extensive. Indeed, caving enthusiasts consider them beginner caves. But an incident this past weekend, involving experienced cavers in an Ontario cave system not near the Escarpment, emphasized the need to respect even the “easiest” caves & to enter them only with a clear plan
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Impressions of Glen Williams’ Canada Day 2019 by Chris Miller

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MPP Bill Walker & Bruce Power

Here’s news provided by the office of MPP Bill Walker, mentioning Bruce Power. Both Minister Walker & Bruce Power are supporters of Niagara Escarpment Views magazine. The news begins here: Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker is excited about the opportunity to serve as the new Associate Minister of Energy in Premier Doug Ford’s cabinet.The Premier
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Rick Grant’s May Photos from RBG

In the Summer 2019 issue we were happy to publish some of Rick Grant’s wildlife photography, on page 54. Here is a selection of more of Rick’s photos, from his visits to Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, this May. First, we have some amazing photos of birds. Can you identify them? Use the comments for
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Testimonial from Irish Cabinet Maker!

We’re very happy to learn of this success for one of our regular advertisers, Irish Cabinet Maker of Georgetown: “I was very pleased to get a $5,000 job as a direct result of my ad in the Spring issue of your magazine,” says Harold Kirkland. “My new client told me they had phoned other people,
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