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#ChooseBDA Launched by Local Business Owners

The digital campaign #ChooseBDA was launched on Sunday, May 3rd on Instagram and Facebook as an effort by a small group of business owners to help bring awareness to the major impact local small businesses have on the island’s overall economy. These founding business owners hail from different sectors of the economy and collectively saw the need for a conversation about a change in mindset from the consumers to the local business and all of Bermuda’s stakeholders. Danielle Paynter from…


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Everything You Need to Know About Phase 1 of Reopening Bermuda

On Saturday, May 2nd at 6AM, Bermuda’s Shelter in Place period will end, and the island will enter into Phase 1 of the proposed phased reopening of Bermuda. But, how does Phase 1 differ from Shelter in Place? Where Shelter…


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10 Things COVID-19 is Teaching Us

Believe it or not, COVID-19 is instilling in us some very important lessons, ones that we can carry with us into the future.   1. How Important Our Growers and Makers Are  Locally-grown produce and locally-made products are more important…


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COVID-19 Community Heroes

While the majority of us are practicing isolation for the safety of ourselves and others, there are those who are on the front lines, helping our country to successfully navigate this unprecedented time. Here we salute our 11 local heroes,…


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5 Digital Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action. The enormous challenge — but also the vast opportunities — of action on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary. Climate change represents…

Climate Change

How to Celebrate Earth Day at Home

Today is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! First celebrated in 1970, we celebrate Earth Day as a way to raise awareness about environmental issues. Although we’re currently on lockdown, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate Earth Day…