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Being a leader in a time of COVID

By Tristan Marks NewsNow Organizations need leaders, not heroes. That is the advice Sean Reid, president and head coach of Arrowhead Coaching and Facilitation Services, has for companies, charities and more weathering the COVID-19 storm. †...

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Sean Reid, head coach and president of Arrowhead Coaching

Spread some LOVE

It’s time for West Niagara residents to show who they love. Residents can try to make their favourite West Niagara business a part of the LOVE-19. To enter, one just needs to email the name of their favourite Niagara West business to love ...

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NewsNow’s Business Boost launched

(Editor’s Note: Countless businesses in very tough against COVID-19 and residents who are housebound are not sure who is open, closed or just what level of service is being provided. This feature, launched this week is a FREE listing for ...

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Grimsby residents, business survey now live

A survey generated by a group of concerned residents and business operators in Grimsby is now live online. In the April 2 edition of NewsNow, the group published an advertisement highlighting a series of concerns it has for the Gr ...

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Hotels feeling COVID-19 pinch

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Virtually every person and business is feeling the pinch from COVID-19’s impact and the hotel sector is no different. Both the Casablanca Inn and Super 8 Grimsby are among those who have seen reservat ...

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WL Chamber launches business survey

If you own or operate a business in West Lincoln, the West Lincoln Chamber of Commerce wants to hear from you. The chamber is launching a survey of local businesses and organizations in the hopes of finding out how best to support ...

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Friends have Found their creative outlet

Vita Kairys, one of the three partners behind Found consignment shop on Main Street in Grimsby’s downtown. ...

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Beamsville Tim’s takes another step

By Katherine Grant NewsNow The Tim Hortons proposed for the corner of Alyssa Drive and Ontario Street in Beamsville moved a step closer to becoming a reality after Town of Lincoln’s Committee of Adjustment gave the green light t ...

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Carruthers salutes 60 years in business

When Ivan Carrutthers started working at the Smithville Review as a 17-year-old, he never suspected where that job would take him. Turn the clock ahead 60 years and man who was the youngest community newspaper publisher in Canada ...

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