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<b>CANADA:</b> Bullying leads to higher BMI in youth, study suggests

CANADA: Bullying leads to higher BMI in youth, study suggests

Researchers say it affected more males than females
OPP marine reward program well underway

OPP marine reward program well underway

Program rewards children who are wearing their lifejacket when the vessel they are in is checked on the water by OPP marine officers
Penetanguishene provides weekly COVID-19 update

Penetanguishene provides weekly COVID-19 update

Most town facilities are now open to the public
Tiny to move one step closer to face covering bylaw

Tiny to move one step closer to face covering bylaw

Water fees for township residents set to rise next year. Council also considering a move to metered billing
Oro-Medonte man extricated after collision with garbage truck

Oro-Medonte man extricated after collision with garbage truck

Pick-up truck collided with stopped Waste Connections vehicle; driver of pick up was trapped 'for a period of time' and later sent to hospital
This week had fewest number of local new COVID cases since March

This week had fewest number of local new COVID cases since March

A previously-reported case was removed. There have been four new cases reported by the health unit for Simcoe-Muskoka region this week
<b>LETTER:</b> Writer responds to resident's complaints about local healthcare and restaurant options

LETTER: Writer responds to resident's complaints about local healthcare and restaurant options

Readers says former Hamilton resident now living in Midland needs to lose his sense of entitlement
Province shells out more than $9-M for county pandemic costs

Province shells out more than $9-M for county pandemic costs

Funding will go toward transit, social services and other pandemic costs incurred as part of the County of Simcoe’s COVID-19 response
Province reports 92 new COVID-19 cases, one death today

Province reports 92 new COVID-19 cases, one death today

There were more than 30,000 tests conducted yesterday; Across the province, just 41 patients are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19
Tay to make a move on short-term rentals in the township

Tay to make a move on short-term rentals in the township

Township will launch a public consultation process to figure out the best way of dealing with short-term rental complaints in the area