Pictured is Harmony Evans, of Wild Ginger Farms, with her constant companion, Meekin, in her half-acre plot on the edge of town. She is one of my young farmers including Amanda Rice, of Spring Bloom Orchards, Cody and Kelsey Armstrong, Eban Hancock, and Merridey Senior, of Puddleduck Farm, who are bucking the trend of large, commercial farms with a “small-is-beautiful” attitude. With particular sensitivity to sustainability, they are diligently working to meet the growing appetite for nutritious, local food. See their stories here:
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- Refugee claimants take Safe Third Country Agreement appeal to Supreme Court September 15, 2021Refugee claimants and their advocates are asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review a decision that affirmed the constitutionality of a key pact between Ottawa and Washington on asylum seekers.
- Truro, N.S. police continue to investigate homicide of Prabhjot Singh Katri September 15, 2021Police in Truro, N.S., say they have made 'substantial progress' into their investigation of the homicide of Prabhjot Singh Katri.
- Refugee claimants take Safe Third Country Agreement appeal to Supreme Court September 15, 2021
- Robbie Ray fans 13; Bo Bichette drives in five as Blue Jays beat Rays 6-3 September 15, 2021Bo Bichette knocked in five runs, and starter Robbie Ray struck out 13 to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 6-3 win in the rubber match against the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday.
- AP source: 6 Saints coaches have positive COVID-19 tests September 15, 2021Six unidentified members of the New Orleans Saints coaching staff, a player and a nutritionist have tested positive for COVID-19, two people familiar with the situation said.
- Robbie Ray fans 13; Bo Bichette drives in five as Blue Jays beat Rays 6-3 September 15, 2021
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