b'Well it certainly will be a day that was rememberedfor completely di erent reasonsthis year.COVID-19 put a damper on the July 1st celebrations, although the township joined in a region-wide virtual event called Canada Day the Durham Way. Donna van Bilsen of Scugog Chamber of Commerce hands Karen Teed of Operation Scugog a cheque for $260. The money was raised from the Canada Day draw.The Nutty ChocolatierA grand Canada Day for window for Canada DayGayle as she won the $480 was very festive. prize package from the draw. Tree Trimming & Pruning Tree & Stump Removal Free Estimates Arbor ConsultationJAMES PAPIAISA Certified Arborist #SO-4204A905firstname.lastname@example.orgProudly serving our communitiesThe health and well-being of our team members andWith the usual Canada Day festivities cancelled this year, Stewart guests is our first priority. Bennett from The Wee Tartan Shop decided he would bring some cheer to this day anyway by marching to the sound of bagpipes and singing O Canada on 5 different outdoor patios in Port Perry. And Port Perrys own Laci Otis played the bagpipes along the way. First stop Anchor Point Grill, then on to The Pub, up the All Port Perry locations street to the Old Flame Brewery, then a left to Jesters Court andnally back to Marwans Global Bistro. 28FOCUS - AUGUST 2020'