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There are 129 new COVID cases in Ontario today

There are 129 new COVID cases in Ontario today

There have also been three more deaths in the province from the coronavirus, bringing the death toll to 2,719 in Ontario
Health Unit making sure local beaches are safe

Health Unit making sure local beaches are safe

Updated information on water quality is provided by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
CANADA: A report says substance use costs Canadians almost $46 billion

CANADA: A report says substance use costs Canadians almost $46 billion

As well as leading to over 275,000 hospitalizations
Penetanguishene councillors shocked by $100,000 bill to fix drainage at local subdivision

Penetanguishene councillors shocked by $100,000 bill to fix drainage at local subdivision

Councillor says he is "shocked" and "disappointed" with the staff report outline the work that needs to be done at Harbour Pointe subdivision
Good Morning, Midland!

Good Morning, Midland!

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Programs aim to help students learn how to make a difference

Programs aim to help students learn how to make a difference

Ontario Educational Leadership Centre planning to offer variety of summer programs, both online and offline
Epilepsy Simcoe County hosting online raffle

Epilepsy Simcoe County hosting online raffle

The monthly online raffle will support epilepsy care in Onatrio
Barrie banker's murder in 1896 offers insight for Ontario's chief justice

Barrie banker's murder in 1896 offers insight for Ontario's chief justice

'I think the truth is we have to find ways of making our courts ... more efficient with the technology,' says Chief Justice George Strathy
County's next virtual webinar will focus on employees' mental health

County's next virtual webinar will focus on employees' mental health

Free seminar will focus on managing employee stress, supporting employees going back to work, concerns about COVID-19 and other issues
Penetanguishene council sends staff back to the drawing board to expand graffiti bylaw

Penetanguishene council sends staff back to the drawing board to expand graffiti bylaw

Councillors asked staff to come back with details around policies and procedures as well as cost management