In this week’s Bright Spot, we are sharing how you can own a piece of ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ a new documentary has been released about Shawn Mendes on Netflix, Canadian Grammy nods, and a new four-legged member has been added to Peel Region’s police force.
You can buy the Rosebud Motel from Schitt’s Creek
The listing is officially out — so if you have $2-million — the Rosebud Motel from Schitt’s Creek is yours!
We already knew the famous motel in Hockley Valley, just outside of Orangeville, would be up for sale, we just didn’t know when it would officially be up for grabs.
It has 10 units, a two-storey Manager’s Office, sits on 6.7 acres, and backs onto a river.
Take the tour for yourself!
WATCH: The Hockley Motel by Colliers International | Canada
Ontario-raised Justin Bieber leads in Canadian Grammy nods
One week after Biebs and Shawn Mendes released their new ‘Monster’ single, Bieber picked up four Grammy nominations this year — including best pop vocal album for “Changes,” pop solo performance for “Yummy,” and pop duo for “Intentions.”
Bieber also shared a nomination for best country duo with Dan + Shay for their single “10,000 Hours.”
Two more Canadians making a mark at the Grammys — Bieber was followed behind Montreal producer Kaytranada, picking up three nominations, and Drake picking up three as well.
The 63rd Grammy Awards are airing January 31, 2021 on CBS and Citytv.
Congratulations to the 63rd #GRAMMYs nominees!
— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) November 24, 2020
Pickering’s Shawn Mendes releases documentary ‘In Wonder’ on Netflix
If you’d like a closer look into Shawn Mendes’ life, here’s your chance.
Mendes’ documentary ‘In Wonder’ was released on Netflix this week — where you’ll see a behind-the-scenes look at the pop star putting together his new album and travelling the world, before the pandemic.
You’ll also see home movies of Mendes growing up in Pickering and becoming an artist.
— Shawn Mendes (@ShawnMendes) November 23, 2020
Peel police have added a four-legged member to the force
Meet Riggs — Peel’s newest police officer — named after Mel Gibson’s character in Lethal Weapon.
Riggs and his human partner, Const. Danielle Sterns, are part of a 13-member team, focusing on tracking down missing people and suspected criminals who have fled scenes.
Riggs — what a good boy…
After 4 months of rigorous training, meet #PRP's newest 4-legged crime fighter, #K9 Riggs!
Click on the link to discover Constable Danielle Sterns & K9 Riggs story!https://t.co/2BBWb9NL49#Community #Brampton #Mississauga pic.twitter.com/cEKQ4bbP4k
— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPolice) November 24, 2020
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With files from Geoff Rohoman