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<b>LETTER:</b> We must step up and demand better for our elders

LETTER: We must step up and demand better for our elders

'The race for ever-increasing profits and stricter efficiencies has gutted the services and care that we expect for our elders,' says letter writer
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How COVID-19 could impact travel for years to come

BEYOND LOCAL: How COVID-19 could impact travel for years to come

There will likely be a number of current initiatives in passenger and facility hygiene and sanitation that will stay in place post-pandemic
<b>COVID-19:</b> Prof says coronavirus has revealed stigma, neglect of people living with dementia

COVID-19: Prof says coronavirus has revealed stigma, neglect of people living with dementia

Cultural narratives, ableism and ageism dehumanize people with dementia, and present their lives as disposable, U of T prof says
County releases statement on future of curbside waste collection

County releases statement on future of curbside waste collection

The County and Waste Collections Canada have worked out a bridge pact to take them through to the beginning of the next contract in November 2021
Good Morning, Midland!

Good Morning, Midland!

Sending positive vibes your way today!
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Is Canada due for an update of online privacy rules?

BEYOND LOCAL: Is Canada due for an update of online privacy rules?

The regulation of user privacy must consider potential future applications of any collected data, expert says
Cultural Alliance has banner idea to honour inspirational people

Cultural Alliance has banner idea to honour inspirational people

It is a 'creative idea that will help spread the culture and heritage of North Simcoe and the traditional territory of Beausoleil First Nation and the Chippewa Tri-Council'
Twin Midland sisters set to Sweat for Pets

Twin Midland sisters set to Sweat for Pets

Caytlynn and Brittany Croisier will run from Orillia to Midland for charity
Two new COVID cases confirmed in Simcoe County today

Two new COVID cases confirmed in Simcoe County today

One of the cases is a youth under 18 from Barrie
Talbot Street rezoning could pave the way for new development

Talbot Street rezoning could pave the way for new development

'(The buildings) need to maintain the small-town feel. That's what I would strive towards living in this area. I'd like to keep it quaint,' says councillor