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Games café owners change strategies during pandemic <b>(5 photos)</b>

Games café owners change strategies during pandemic (5 photos)

North of Exile Games owner Jason Malott says board games are a great way for families to bond.
Ontario's 'best butter tart festival' cancelled

Ontario's 'best butter tart festival' cancelled

The next festival is scheduled for June 12, 2021
Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases spikes to one-day record

Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases spikes to one-day record

Number of confirmed cases rose almost 12% while number of deaths increased to 174 in the last 24 hours, provincial agency reports
Some Simcoe County staffers re-deployed, working from home or taking unpaid leave

Some Simcoe County staffers re-deployed, working from home or taking unpaid leave

About 25 staffers have volunteered to be re-deployed to long-term care, while between 350 to 400 have transitioned to working from home, says county CAO
Area artists bring their work to the virtual world

Area artists bring their work to the virtual world

“It’s also a great way for people to get to know the artists in the area," Quest curator says.
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Celebrate the little things
<b>COVID-19:</b> How pandemic simulations work

COVID-19: How pandemic simulations work

Mitigating the effects of future pandemics will require sound and efficient predictions
Easter Bunny allowed to make home visits this year, declares Ontario premier

Easter Bunny allowed to make home visits this year, declares Ontario premier

The premier stopped short of declaring chocolate an essential good, but will allow the Easter Bunny to deliver treats this weekend
Crooks 'constantly re-inventing themselves' during pandemic: Competition Bureau

Crooks 'constantly re-inventing themselves' during pandemic: Competition Bureau

'Scammers find new and innovative ways to target potential victims, including seniors, so we say be watchful for any deal that sounds too good to be true'
Area man with COVID-19 warns the virus is no joke, urges more caution

Area man with COVID-19 warns the virus is no joke, urges more caution

'I'm strong and fit and it levelled me ... it spooked me,' said 30-year-old Chad Warren a competitive cyclist and fitness-obsessed trainer from Collingwood