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The officlal start of summer is still two weeks away, so it's not too late to get your green spaces ready for barbecues, gardening and just looking pretty. If that part of your home isn't quite looking up to snuff just yet, you're in luck: Amazon's got a ton of Sun Joe tools for the job at unbeatable prices.
From garden tillers to shrubbers, they have everything you need to make the most of your outdoor space this spring and summer, with some items up to 35 percent off.
Time to get that backyard summer-ready in three, two, one, go!
Sun Joe 24-Volt Cordless Handheld Shrubber
Great for hedges and topiaries, this Sun Joe cordless shrubber can help keep up that curb appeal this summer. It's lightweight, but it has the power you expect from a heavy-duty hedge trimmer, and twigs and branches are no match for the steel blades. With more than 6,000 five-star reviews, you know it's a tool you can count on.
"As a senior citizen and recently widowed, having yard tools I can manage and that WORK is so important and makes it possible to keep the yard looking its best," wrote a satisfied customer. "The Sun Joe helped me buzz through my entire row of boxwoods and it was easy to maintain the shape and evenness I like. Then I attacked a huge vine that grows on one side of the house – I wanted to trim everything! "
If you have a small lawn and don't want to commit to a big mower, this Sun Joe 48V mower is the one you want. It's battery-operated and gives you up to 25 minutes of rechargeable runtime. But you should be able to cut your whole lawn in one pass thanks to the mower's durable steel blade. Reviewers can't stop raving about it.
"Super easy start...mowed one strip just to see how it mowed," wrote one happy mower. "[I] ended up mowing the entire yard because it was so easy and fun!! Visited with a young man on bicycle who said he loved my mower, while I was mowing!!"
Planning on planting some shrubs? This tiller makes short work of weeds, using six blades to expertly till the soil that you otherwise would've spent hours digging. And It's electric and cordless, so you don't have to deal with a short cable, strange smoke, spark plugs and more. The handle even folds up for easy storage.
"For cultivating it is maneuverable, lightweight ,powerful, very effective, efficient, and the tines are easily removed on the rare occasion it clogs," a shopper reported. "As a tiller, I used it to till for the first time a 15' by 6' area that was bare but hardpan dirt. It chewed through it within 10 minutes to a depth of 6 " after I had already spent 30 minutes cultivating tough weeds in my flower beds. It still had plenty of charge left to do more, but I had run out of work to do at that point."
A new operations hub aimed at addressing disorder and crime in Edmonton's Chinatown is still in the works as city council looks to the province to step up with funding. The Healthy Streets Operations Centre is estimated to cost $18 million over four years in a joint city-police collaboration, administration told council at a meeting Monday. The city would hire four new peace officer sergeants, 16 community peace officers, two community safety liaisons and three firefighters or fire prevention of
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Some N.W.T. communities are under a heat warning this week with temperatures anticipated to hit 30 C in some Arctic regions. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) issued the warning for Aklavik, Inuvik, Fort Good Hope, Norman Wells, Tulita, Fort McPherson, Tsiigehtchic and surrounding areas. Though Natalie Hasell — a warning preparedness meteorologist with ECCC — said it's more common for heat waves to occur in southern N.W.T. communities, it's not unheard of to have higher temperatures i
Nova Scotia will lift all remaining community COVID-19 restrictions, including isolation requirements, on Wednesday. Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, made the announcement Monday. "We're at a place now with our epidemiology and our ongoing adaptation to COVID being with us for the long term, that we feel ... it's appropriate to do what many other provinces have already done and make some adjustments to our last remaining restrictions in the areas of isolation, ma
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A second male youth has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with Regina's sixth homicide of 2022. A 15-year-old male was already charged in this case last Thursday. This investigation began last Wednesday at approximately 2:20 a.m. when police were called to an alley in the 1200 block of Rae Street. When officers arrived, they found a deceased 14-year-old male in the alley, as well as an injured 32-year-old female. She was taken to hospital by EMS. Then, late last week, a 17-year
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Windsor and Essex County for Monday and Tuesday. The weather authority warns temperatures will be near 31 C, with humidex values in the low forties on Tuesday. Overnight, lows are expected to be about 21 C, which will offer little relief. Environment Canada said the hot temperatures can cause deteriorating air quality. The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has issued a heat warning based off of Environment Canada's information, warning residents to
The Assembly of First Nations is meeting in Vancouver this week, but what is meant to be the time to take care of important business is now being marred by infighting surrounding its national chief. Delegates voted to end the temporary suspension of RoseAnne Archibald late this afternoon, but the chief's fight isn't over yet. Neetu Garcha explains.
People in the Hay River, N.W.T., area are still recovering from damages caused by the unprecedented spring flood. "It's going to be a lifelong impact," said Paradise Valley resident Bhreagh Ingarfield. Last week, the territory's Department of Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) announced its assistance plan for flood recovery. Residents can submit eligible claims for reimbursement through the N.W.T. 's updated Disaster Assistance Policy. For residents of Paradise Valley — a small agricultural
Members of Canada's military will soon be soldiering under much less strict dress rules as the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) introduces updated regulations on personal grooming. Under the new rules — which were released Tuesday and go into effect in September — CAF will allow military personnel to, among other things, colour their hair and grow it to any length, and to sport face tattoos. "The bottom line is, the Canadian Forces Dress Instructions are about fifty years old and so the policy as a w
Thirteen-year-old Jack Malott-Clarke of London, Ont., has been a comic book fan his entire life. He loves dressing up as some of his favourite characters and attending annual Comic Con events. But his world changed in 2019 when at age 10, he was diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia — his body is unable to produce new blood cells and platelets, causing an empty bone marrow. Jack's condition requires him to have a blood transfusion at least twice a week. To date, he's received about 130 units of
WARNING: This article contains details about the sexual abuse of a minor. A young Edmonton girl stayed away from the courtroom Monday as lawyers suggested how long the man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted her should be behind bars. The girl was eight years old when she was attacked. Her identity is protected by a publication ban. On March 10, 2020, she was playing with a friend in Edmonton's west central McQueen neighbourhood. When it was time for dinner, she was making the short trip home a
In the wake of multiple suspensions and ongoing investigations, the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) in northwestern Ontario will have a new interim leader. Supt. Dan Taddeo has been appointed acting police chief, according to a news release Monday afternoon. The announcement comes a week after Chief Sylvie Hauth was suspended following news the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC), a provincial watchdog agency, would hold a hearing into "serious allegations" of misconduct. Earlier, Hauth
Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Chief RoseAnne Archibald said Tuesday that she wanted to see a forensic audit, claiming that staff payouts and contracts are what should be focused on. Archibald has been suspended over allegations of bullying and harassment of her staff, and said during the AFN’s general assembly that she had been asked to provide more than $1 million in payouts to four staffers, who reportedly lodged complaints against her, but she said she refused to do so. She also called on the AFN to move forward from her suspension to focus on issues impacting First Nations.