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Jake Owen Happy To Be a Father Of A Daughter Again

Jake Owen Happy To Be a Father Of A Daughter Again

Jake Owen became the father of a new child from her girlfriend Erica Hartlein. Both welcomed their new baby on 29th April.

Jake is already father to her five-year-old daughter Pearl from his ex-wife Lacey Buchanan. Erica is an interior designer. Both first met while she was remodelling Jake’s house. The couple mad revealed their relationship publically on ACM Awards 2018. But, this year she didn’t attend the show.

Elder sister of the new kid is very excited. Hopefully, soon we will get to see pictures of Jake’s children together. Jake Owen announced childbirth on his twitter handle. You can check his tweet below:

In this tweet, as you can see he also wished Willie Nelson along with his newborn daughter.

Jake Owen loves to post pictures of his lovable daughter Pearl on social media. Earlier this year, he uploaded pictures of Pearl with a sweet caption. He said, “I’ve realized when I look at my pics I’ve posted, I’ve been putting up a lot of photos of my little girl.”

Further, he said, “That’s because she’s what makes me proud. My life isn’t just pictures of me strumming a guitar or crowds with lighters in the air. She’s my life, and everything else comes second.”

Congrats to the parents of new kid Paris Hatley Owen.

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Simcoe County Man Arrested by Peel Regional Police for Defrauding the Public


Investigators from the Fraud Bureau have arrested and charged a man with defrauding the public.

Between March 1, 2015, and July 15, 2018, the man attended multiple businesses throughout the Region of Peel and City of Toronto selling and installing point of sale machines (POS). During installation, he received the victim’s business banking information. Following the above time, victims became aware of a large number of unauthorized withdrawals being diverted to a numbered company associated to Jafry.  

On Tuesday, July 7, 2020, Syed Jafry, a 48-year-old man from Innisfil, was arrested and charged with Defraud the Public. He was released with conditions and will be attending the Ontario Court of Justice in the City of Brampton on September 14, 2020. 

To date, the total amount defrauded stands at approximately $131,000. 

Investigators believe there may be more victims who have not come forward and request they contact the police. Syed Jafry is believed to also have associations across the GTA.

Anyone with information can contact the Fraud Investigators at 905-453-2121 ext. 3342. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting

Peel Regional Police also shared a tweet regarding this update on their Official Twitter handle.

For media inquiries, please contact the on-duty Public and Media Relations Officer at 905-453-2121, ext. 4027.

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Ontario must plan for second wave, bolster health-care system supports: OHA

TORONTO — Ontario’s hospitals are warning the province it must prepare the health-care system for a potential second wave of COVID-19 this fall.

The Ontario Hospital Association says the government must develop a contingency plan to ensure regional service and staffing plans are in place ahead of a possible surge.

OHA president Anthony Dale says a potential second wave will likely collide with flu season, adding significant pressures to hospital operations. 

The call comes in reaction to the government’s decision to move most of Ontario to Stage 3 of reopening later this week.

Dale says moving to Stage 3 will represent a heightened risk for the province and it must be prepared to respond.

Meanwhile, Ontario is reporting 111 new cases of COVID-19, along with one new death due to the novel coronavirus.

The total number of cases now stands at 36,950, which includes 32,785 marked as resolved and 2,723 deaths.

The province is also reporting 122 newly resolved cases today.

Ontario completed more than 16,744 tests for the novel coronavirus over the previous 24 hours.

The numbers of people in hospital, in intensive care and on ventilators because of the virus all increased slightly.

Health Minister Christine Elliott says 28 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 14, 2020. 

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One in five businesses face tough choices if COVID-19 lasts more than six months

OTTAWA — A survey by Statistics Canada suggests that almost one in five businesses will look to further staffing cuts, bankruptcy or closing their doors if present COVID-19 conditions last for six months or more.

According to the survey released on Tuesday, 19.3 per cent of businesses could operate at their current level of sales and spending for less than six months but would have to take additional action if it lasts for a longer duration. Nearly 35 per cent of hotels and restaurants only have the runway for six more months of lockdown measures, says the survey conducted May 29 to July 3.

The results come as many businesses are looking at government programs or credit to remain afloat.

Almost 64 per cent of survey respondents said they were approved for outside credit or government funding programs such as Canada Emergency Business Account loans or wage subsidies. Less than 24 per cent of businesses said in the survey that their rent or mortgage payments were deferred during the pandemic.

While working from home has increased during the pandemic, only about a quarter of survey respondents indicated they would likely offer teleworking as an option going forward after COVID-19 spread is contained.

The version released on Tuesday was a follow-up to a crowd-sourced questionnaire on the Statistics Canada website, a collaboration launched in April, with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, that surveyed 12,600 businesses. The sample was not designed to reflect the overall Canadian economy.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 14, 2020.

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