Lifesaving Gear: Your First Line of Defense

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(ORILLIA, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is shedding light on road-, off-road- and boating-related fatalities over the last decade for which lifesaving...

Water Conservation Order Lifted

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The water conservation order is now lifted for all residents connected to the municipal water service and normal water use may now resume. After...

Mirvish will drop mask mandates at its live theatres on Canada Day

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TORONTO — Mirvish Productions is lifting mask mandates at its venues starting on Canada Day. The Toronto live theatre company says ticket holders will no...

Organizers cancel Taste of the Danforth citing streetscape changes

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Toronto’s popular Greektown street festival has been cancelled for the third year in a row, with organizers citing COVID-19 uncertainty and changes to the...

Township of Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen Additional – Water Emergency News Release

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In light of Algoma Public Health lifting their current water advisory on June 21, 2022, the Township of Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional is...

Ontario’s chief medical officer of health planning for round of boosters in the fall

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TORONTO — Ontario's top doctor says he and other health officials are planning for a new round of COVID-19 booster doses to be rolled...

Halton Region confirms first case of monkeypox, eight cases confirmed in Toronto

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Halton Region Public Health says it has confirmed the area's first case of monkeypox. The health unit says the individual is isolating at home and...

Money is top stressor for Canadians amid high inflation, survey says

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TORONTO — A new survey has found that Canadians are feeling stressed from soaring inflation, particularly from higher grocery prices. The FP Canada Financial Stress...

Blind River student launches the hygiene locker

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ÉSC Jeunesse-Nord student launches the hygiene locker Congratulations to Audrey Fournier, grade 12 student at École secondaire catholique Jeunesse-Nord (Blind River) who launched the “hygiene...

Foods banks stretched thin as food prices rise, increasing hunger and food insecurity

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TORONTO — A new survey suggests a growing number of Canadians are struggling with the rising cost of food as prices for basics like...