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Ontario confirms 625 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 625 new COVID cases today

There are currently 4,955 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario
Nearly 300 people isolating due to school cases in Simcoe-Muskoka, health unit

Nearly 300 people isolating due to school cases in Simcoe-Muskoka, health unit

The health unit has contacted individuals who had 'high-risk exposure' to school-related cases to inform them they should self-isolate for 14 days
<b>COVID-19:</b> How the pandemic could create a caregiver-friendly work culture

COVID-19: How the pandemic could create a caregiver-friendly work culture

About one-third of Canada’s workforce are also caregivers, most often to aging parents or parents-in-law
The colour orange holds a powerful message today

The colour orange holds a powerful message today

Orange Shirt Day serves as a powerful reminder of the trauma experienced at residential schools
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Have an amazing day
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Could Canada benefit from a carbon budget?

BEYOND LOCAL: Could Canada benefit from a carbon budget?

Greenhouse gas emissions from public electricity and heat production decreased to 70 Mt in 2018
Overdose deaths rise by 34 per cent in 2019: OPP opioids report

Overdose deaths rise by 34 per cent in 2019: OPP opioids report

Since September 2017, OPP officers have saved 177 lives by administering naloxone
Rick Leaney enjoys his day in the sun

Rick Leaney enjoys his day in the sun

For decades, Leaney was the face of the harbour and assisted not only transient boaters, but the Canadian Coast Guard, Canadian naval ships, Tall Ships and cruise ships
Mason Ainsworth eyes federal Conservative nomination

Mason Ainsworth eyes federal Conservative nomination

Orillia councillor hopes to replace Stanton; 'It’s always been a passion of mine to serve the public ... and this is a way for me to do that on a larger scale,' he says
Downtown movie night cancelled due to rise in COVID-19 cases

Downtown movie night cancelled due to rise in COVID-19 cases

The decision affects planned Halloween movie night slated for Saturday