Meet the candidates for mayor and councilor in the city of Ottawa election

Meet the candidates for mayor and councilor in the city of Ottawa election

Ottawa residents head to the polls in ten weeks to elect a new mayor and councilor. With five days left to register to run for mayor, councilor and school board trustee, there are 13 candidates on the ballot for mayor of Ottawa and 80 candidates running in one of the 24 wards across the city … Read more

Drug savings in new law aren’t just for seniors and mortgage application activity falls to lowest level since 2000 amid higher rates and recession fears

Drug savings in new law aren’t just for seniors and mortgage application activity falls to lowest level since 2000 amid higher rates and recession fears

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. My son and his girlfriend want to buy our home and build an ‘in-law suite.’ Should I add him to the deed of our house? ‘Should we put them on the deed and then have them get a home equity loan to build or should we do a … Read more

Vancouver offers to extend leases to residents of 13 buildings in False Creek South

Vancouver offers to extend leases to residents of 13 buildings in False Creek South

MiJoung Kim and her husband Rob Renger spending time in their False Creek South neighborhood in Vancouver on August 12, 2022.Jimmy Jeong/The Globe and Mail After years of uncertainty, the owners of 13 strata leasehold buildings in Vancouver’s False Creek South neighborhood have been offered extensions on their leases with the city. The local government … Read more

What Indonesians in Australia would like their neighbors to understand better about their home country

What Indonesians in Australia would like their neighbors to understand better about their home country

Baca dalam bahasa Indonesia/Read this story in Bahasa Indonesia Is Indonesia an Islamic country or just a country with lots of Muslims? Is it all just like Bali? Is the whole place “poor, uneducated and underdeveloped”? Indonesians and Australians have been on good terms for hundreds of years — at least — but still some … Read more

House hunters are ‘enjoying newfound bargaining power’ and fewer younger people say they are investing in the stock market — as inflation eats into their savings

Drug savings in new law aren’t just for seniors and mortgage application activity falls to lowest level since 2000 amid higher rates and recession fears

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Fewer younger people say they are investing in the stock market — as inflation eats into their savings The investor pool risks becoming ‘increasingly homogenous’ as more young investors are sidelined, one analyst says. Read More House hunters in the market are ‘enjoying newfound bargaining power,’ Redfin report … Read more

Fewer younger people say they are investing in the market compared to a year ago

Fewer younger people say they are investing in the market compared to a year ago

The S&P 500 has recently recovered half of the fall from its early January high, and some fund managers are sounding less pessimistic about the toll inflation and rising interest rates have taken on the market. But if the comeback has legs, a new survey indicates many younger investors and those with smaller incomes will … Read more

Holmes CC lineman program receives assistance in relocation

Holmes CC lineman program receives assistance in relocation

GOODMAN, Miss. (WJTV) – The Holmes Community College Electrical Lineman program is in the process of being relocated to its new site at the Bulldog Ranch off Interstate 55 in Goodman. Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association, a partner of the program since its inception, continues to help Holmes become a force in educating the future … Read more

New report underscores concerns about child mental health in Mississippi

New report underscores concerns about child mental health in Mississippi

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Mississippi is ranked as one of the worst states for child well-being in a new study from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The 2022 Kids Count Data Book, published by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, analyzes how states rank in different areas, such as health, education, family, and well-being. Mississippi improved … Read more

Needs and answers in local mental health care subject of new report | Mental Health

Needs and answers in local mental health care subject of new report |  Mental Health

Almost 100 individual interviews. Two communitywide listening sessions. Flights across the nation. Some 1,000 hours, if not more, spent on listening, talking, research and writing. Bi-monthly meetings with county and health officials for close to a year. Added up, those pieces gave Bevin Croft and her team from the Human Services Research Institute a much … Read more