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This week in MidlandToday+: Enter for a chance to win $1000 toward your holiday bills

This week in MidlandToday+: Enter for a chance to win $1000 toward your holiday bills

Plus, reporter Nikki Cole was all set to send her kids back to school but Mother Nature turned out to have different plans Monday morning
Readers chime in on Wahnekewening beach talks, Tiny deputant's quotes

Readers chime in on Wahnekewening beach talks, Tiny deputant's quotes

‘Public access to the beach from the 13th parking area has never been an issue for our community,’ cites beachfront owner
Extreme cold warning in effect for Midland

Extreme cold warning in effect for Midland

Wind chill is expected to reach -30 C
Midland, Penetanguishene get Gas Tax funding for public transit

Midland, Penetanguishene get Gas Tax funding for public transit

To make up for reduced gas sales due to COVID-19, this year’s funding includes one-time additional support of $120.4 million from province
Ontario starting to see 'glimmers of hope', says Elliott

Ontario starting to see 'glimmers of hope', says Elliott

Top officials give an update on COVID-19 data ahead of details of how the province will reopen, with that announcement expected later this week
COVID patients occupying 24% of ICU beds in Ontario

COVID patients occupying 24% of ICU beds in Ontario

The latest provincial update includes 59 deaths and 5,744 new cases captured by limited testing
<b> WATCH: </b> Elliott, top doc give COVID update

WATCH: Elliott, top doc give COVID update

Omicron expected to peak this month, with hospitalizations peaking after
Penetanguishene superjail staff, inmates dealing with major COVID-19 outbreak

Penetanguishene superjail staff, inmates dealing with major COVID-19 outbreak

'Typically (outbreaks) cause lockdowns, increased workload and frustration for staff, increased tension for inmates, which makes for a very difficult work environment,” union head says
County of Simcoe skate trail officially open for 2022 season

County of Simcoe skate trail officially open for 2022 season

It remains a popular winter destination for residents across the region with over one kilometre of peaceful solitude through Simcoe County forests
<b>LETTER:</b> Local trucker, Ontario group driving for industry change

LETTER: Local trucker, Ontario group driving for industry change

'Drivers are being trained to pass the test and not necessarily understanding everything it takes to be a safe operator of a commercial vehicle,' concerned trucker says