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Karen Cilevitz, Ward 5 Councillor, Addresses the Ahmadiyya International Women's Day Event

Good afternoon Ladies, and to all joining us today - Bonjour, Shalom, As-salaam alechem, Namaste, peace and blessings upon all.

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Introducing the Hub - Richmond Hill Public Library wants to create a more connected and caring community

There are some decisions in life where you could really use practical advice from people who've been there before.  

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Peter Dennis Presents Channeler Terri Rainer

A little over two and a half years ago, while working as a Hypnotherapist, a number of my clients started to channel, while in hypnosis. Since then, I have been working with 36 individuals, all of whom have channeled.

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Doreen Coyne talks about the Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society

At the Tuesday morning Connecting the Community meeting, (March 2nd, 2021)Doreen Coyne, current president of the local Horticultural Society gives a talk, including photos, of what the Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society has been doin

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Gardening Tips - Growing plants from Seeds

Milkweed is a great addition to your native garden. It especially attracts Monarch butterflies. But it can be hard to grow from seed, but last year I learned about a process that copies nature. It worked!

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This Week "In Conversation with Ann Rohmer". Women juggling, International Women's Day.....

On this weekend's edition of THE FEED with ANN ROHMER.

THESE STORIES AND MORE ON THE FEED with Ann Rohmer: Saturday @9am & Sunday 5pm.

THE FEED : SATURDAY AT 9AM,SUNDAY AT 5PM ONLY ON 1059 THE REGION.

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Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is March 15-21, 2021. Breakthrough Research That’s Changing How We Address Brain-Related Disorders

Scientists are learning more about how to tackle ADHD, TBI, Memory, and Neuroplasticity

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Monthly Tax Tips – March 2021, by Andre La Rosa

A few things to consider.

2020 Tax Receipts 

You should have most of your tax receipts by now.

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