Wyoming Natural Diversity Database Releases New Thistle Field Guide

Wyoming Natural Diversity Database Releases New Thistle Field Guide

The Wyoming Natural Diversity Database (WYNDD) at the University of Wyoming has released a new field guide on Wyoming thistles, designed to assist those who work or recreate outdoors in identifying native and nonnative thistles. Titled “Wyoming Thistle Field Guide” and published in partnership with UW Extension, the pocket-sized guide features photos and descriptions of … Read more

No fireworks but lots of fun for Canada Day celebrations in Vernon, Armstrong – The Golden Star

No fireworks but lots of fun for Canada Day celebrations in Vernon, Armstrong – The Golden Star

Kids were eager to enjoy some cake at Davison Orchard during Canada Day celebrations Friday, July 1. (Contributed) Looking for something to do this Canada Day? There’s lots happening across the North Okanagan, including full-day events in Vernon and Armstrong. (Armstrong Canada Day file photo) There’s no shortage of ways to celebrate this fine country … Read more

YUMY CANDY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH SUNGIVEN FOODS SUPERMARKET CHAIN WITH OVER 200 STORES AND MINIMUM ORDER COMMITMENT OF 155,000 UNITS

YUMY CANDY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH SUNGIVEN FOODS SUPERMARKET CHAIN WITH OVER 200 STORES AND MINIMUM ORDER COMMITMENT OF 155,000 UNITS

VANCOUVER, B.C., July 1, 2022 /CNW/ – The Yumy Candy Company Inc., (CSE: TYUM) (“Yumy” or the “Company”) Canada’s first publicly traded low sugar, plant-based confectionery company, is pleased to announce its partnership with Sungiven Foods, a top-quality large Asian conglomerate supermarket chain with more than 200 stores and over 3,000 employees worldwide. The partnership … Read more

What’s happening on Canada Day?

What’s happening on Canada Day?

From firework celebrations to powwows, people in New Brunswick are choosing to mark Canada Day their own way. Most cities and towns in the province are having family-friendly outdoor celebrations. Saint John, Moncton, Fredericton, Tabusintac, Burtts Corner and others will be putting on firework displays. Here are a few of the events planned for July … Read more

Familiar faces expected at Steveston Salmon Festival as circus group returns to perform

Familiar faces expected at Steveston Salmon Festival as circus group returns to perform

‘Steveston is like this magical space of fresh ocean air,’ said director of circus company. Towering lumberjacks, jugglers and entertainers on a giant unicycle are only a few of many circus acts planned for this weekend’s Steveston Salmon Festival. Entertainers with NZR Productions, an international circus company, are excited to return to Steveston for the … Read more

Kitimat Elementary School recognized nationally for sustainable rhubarb shortcake recipe – Surrey Now-Leader

Kitimat Elementary School recognized nationally for sustainable rhubarb shortcake recipe – Surrey Now-Leader

Kitimat Elementary School nationally recognized for sustainable rhubarb shortcake recipe Kildala Elementary School was one of only four schools across recognized for their sustainable recipe Kildala Elementary School was one of only four schools across Canada to win Cheese4Change and receive a $5,000 prize. Cheese4Change launched this year and is a national program that aims … Read more

Health Canada says ground meats will not require warning label, in a reversal of initial position

Health Canada says ground meats will not require warning label, in a reversal of initial position

Minister of Health Jean-Yves Duclos announces new food labeling in Ottawa on June 30. Canada will require that companies add nutrition warnings to the front of pre-packaged food with high levels of saturated fat, sugar or sodium, starting in 2026.Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press After six years of contentious negotiations, Health Canada has officially finalized its … Read more