Alberta Food and Beverage Suppliers Develop Unique New Products to Address Pandemic Crisis

Paul Toutanen, owner of the Tippa Distillery, presents his Alchemist’s Vinegar at the Pioneer Christmas Market in downtown Calgary on December 12.Gavin John / The Globe and Mail For the past few years, distiller Paul Toutanen has worked hard at his Okotoks, Alta. Plant, focusing on making gin. His company, …

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Coral Springs man sentenced over COVID loan program • Coral Springs Talk

By Kevin Deutsch A Coral Springs man pleaded guilty this week in Ohio to leading a national program to fraudulently obtain more than $ 35 million in loans from the COVID-19 Paycheck Protection Program, federal prosecutors have said. According to court documents, Phillip J. Augustin, 52, conspired to obtain millions …

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Don’t let heartburn ruin your holiday party – Consumer Health News

SATURDAY, December 18, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Like Mr. Grinch, heartburn can crush your vacation, but there are easy ways to avoid it. “Heartburn is caused by the acidic contents of the stomach entering the esophagus, or esophagus, which is much less resistant to acid,” said Dr. James East, gastroenterologist …

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How I almost got a traffic ticket because of the chipotle peanuts

We have learned from studies of the past decades that distracted driving here in the United States is a huge problem. Distracted driving is responsible for hundreds of accidents a year across the country. In some cases, these accidents are serious or fatal. It’s not just because of our phones, …

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Ichigo: New loans linked to sustainable development

Make the world More sustainable [Provisional Translation Only] This English translation of the original Japanese document is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancies between this translation and the Japanese original, the latter shall prevail. December 17, 2021 Ichigo inc. (Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section, 2337) …

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Where to eat Chinese food on Christmas Day in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a city with endless dining options, any day of the year. This includes December 25, when those not celebrating Christmas (or anyone who just doesn’t feel like cooking) descend to restaurants in town for a warm winter meal. And while there are all kinds of restaurants that …

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Vir Das makes a confession, shares the article that “travels the world” with him

We all have one favorite thing that we just can’t live without. Whether it’s our favorite pillow or our water bottle, some basic things become an indispensable part of our daily routine and we make sure to take them everywhere, even when traveling. Comedian Vir Das is no different as …

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Health inspections: December 16, 2021 | Recordings

These food services were inspected by the Green River District Health Department from December 4-14. The following definitions are alphabetical definitions: A – 85 to 100% without any critical violation. B – Failed two consecutive regular inspections or one follow-up inspection. C – Any critical violation or 84% and less. …

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People on the move 12.15.21 | Housing finance magazine

Homeport appoints its President and CEO Lea evans was appointed President and CEO of Homeport, a Columbus, Ohio-based non-profit affordable housing provider, effective January 1, 2022. Lea evans Evans, who most recently served as senior vice president of real estate development, succeeds first from Bruce luecke, who is retiring after …

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Biden unlikely to extend student loan hiatus – how borrowers can prepare

As of March 27, 2020, payments on federal student loans have been suspended and the interest rate on federal student loans has been set at 0%. This moratorium on student loans is currently set to expire on January 31, 2022, and payments are expected to resume on February 1. Recently, …

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