Pool

Landscaping, pool companies say demand is at an all-time high ahead of 2nd COVID-19 summer

Halifax teachers breathe a ‘sigh of relief’ over shift to online learning, union president says

As people prepare for their second COVID-19 summer, the increased demand for landscaping, grills and pools has not slowed down since last year. With more people staying home amid the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, landscaping companies and those that sell outdoor recreation items like pools and barbecues say business …

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St-Lazare family raises awareness about pool safety; Quebec sees spike in drownings – Montreal

St-Lazare family raises awareness about pool safety; Quebec sees spike in drownings - Montreal

A St-Lazare family with 11 children is hoping to raise awareness about pool safety and drowning prevention after their toddler was found unconscious in their backyard pool in late April. The cold water likely saved her life, paramedics said, and her parents are now on a mission to educate others …

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Coronavirus: More services resume in City of Kawartha Lakes – Peterborough

Coronavirus: More services resume in City of Kawartha Lakes - Peterborough

There’s good news for any kids looking to cool off this summer in the City of Kawartha Lakes. The municipality is turning on its splash pads on June 26. The service was previously on hold due to the ongoing emergency orders due to the coronavirus pandemic. “There will be a …

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Montreal-area municipalities making different decisions on summer day camps – Montreal

Montreal-area municipalities making different decisions on summer day camps - Montreal

Zoé Kandalaft and her dad were taking advantage of having the soccer field in Valois Park in Pointe-Claire to themselves on Thursday. And it may be like this for the entire summer. The City of Pointe-Claire announced Wednesday the cancellation of its summer day camp program. READ MORE: 2 more …

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