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Riley Smith

Riley Smith

Riley Smith has been with Village Media since November 2018. She holds a double Honours Degree in History and Political Science from Algoma University, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations and Event Management from Sault College.

Recent Work by Riley

Signs that your child may need a tutor

Signs that your child may need a tutor

The owners of Oxford Learning Waterloo and Kitchener North explain how parents can tell if their child may need academic help.
September market update: Still an extreme sellers’ market in Kitchener/Waterloo

September market update: Still an extreme sellers’ market in Kitchener/Waterloo

An increase in new listings last month, but fewer than you would expect, says Greig Turvey of the GoWylde Team
Feds extend border closure until June 21

Feds extend border closure until June 21

Border closed to non-essential travel for another month
Hugs allowed again for vaccinated long-term care residents and caregivers

Hugs allowed again for vaccinated long-term care residents and caregivers

Directive also allows for communal dining in fully vaccinated LTC homes
Emergency orders extended until November

Emergency orders extended until November

Extension comes as province continues to battle second wave of COVID-19
Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

International students will be allowed into Canada starting Tuesday
<b>COVID-19:</b> Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

COVID-19: Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

International students will be allowed into Canada starting Tuesday
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Outings on pause for long-term care residents in COVID-19 hotspots

ONTARIO: Outings on pause for long-term care residents in COVID-19 hotspots

Absences for medical or compassionate reasons will be permitted
Ford tightens gathering restrictions in COVID-19 hot spots

Ford tightens gathering restrictions in COVID-19 hot spots

The provincial government has also announced a $10K fine for illegal party organizers
Most emergency orders extended until Sept. 22

Most emergency orders extended until Sept. 22

The government is enforcing emergency orders under the Reopening Ontario Act, which allows them to extend some but not all orders for up to a year
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