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Tiny allowing overspray on municipal properties for gypsy moth control

Tiny allowing overspray on municipal properties for gypsy moth control

'Tiny Council has not listened to the majority of residents who wanted gypsy moth spraying by the township to save our private and public trees,' shoreline group says
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ways to help kids express their feelings about the pandemic through art

COVID-19: Ways to help kids express their feelings about the pandemic through art

Through creativity, children make sense of the world
Affordable housing task force updates council on its progress

Affordable housing task force updates council on its progress

'Over 1,200 Midland households are deemed at some form of risk for housing, primarily because of their financial status,' says task force consultant
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Sending good vibes your way today
<b>COVID-19:</b> Experts weigh in on why masks, social distancing are needed, even if you get the shot

COVID-19: Experts weigh in on why masks, social distancing are needed, even if you get the shot

As we celebrate the arrival of these two novel vaccines, other factors that are worth mentioning may hamper the return to our old normal life, profs say
Huronia Airport comprehensive business review Monday

Huronia Airport comprehensive business review Monday

The presentation by the Loomex Group can be viewed on TV and online
Increased need prompts free virtual mental health talks for youth

Increased need prompts free virtual mental health talks for youth

Partnership comes in the wake of lockdowns, when calls and texts to Kids Help Phone have surged by 300 per cent
Wildfire season officially closes well below 10-year average

Wildfire season officially closes well below 10-year average

MNRF says lingering snow, COVID-19 were both factors that impacted this year's fire season
<b>LETTER:</b> Think of the wildlife before tossing those masks on the ground

LETTER: Think of the wildlife before tossing those masks on the ground

'Most of the masks you throw away are made from polypropylene. These masks might take up to 300 years to decompose,' says reader
OPP issues tips on how to spot a potential meth lab

OPP issues tips on how to spot a potential meth lab

The tips come as the OPP begins to share more information on methamphetamine and synthetic drug use to educate the public on their negative impacts