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OPP investigating reports police officers donated to “Freedom Convoy” protests

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TORONTO — Ontario Provincial Police are investigating reports that some of its officers donated to the so-called "Freedom Convoy" protests against COVID-19 measures.  OPP spokesman...

Parents pull children out of daycares in Ontario due to recent...

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TORONTO — Karen Aagard wanted to send her daughter back to daycare this week but decided to keep her toddler home. As COVID-19 cases soar...

Businesses wants more government support amid latest Ontario COVID shutdown

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TORONTO — Ontario businesses were hit with another round of pandemic-related closures and capacity restrictions Wednesday, but details of financial support remained scant as...

Experts say circuit breaker necessary to blunt Omicron’s effect in Ontario

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TORONTO — Ontario must introduce stronger public health measures to blunt the impact of Omicron, the province's COVID-19 experts said Thursday, warning cases could...

Ontario looks to allow permanent cannabis delivery, pickup for private stores

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Ontario wants to permanently give private cannabis retailers the option of offering delivery and curbside pickup. The proposal is part of a...

Toronto, Peel opt to close schools amid worsening third wave of...

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Toronto is the latest COVID-19 hot spot in Ontario to order schools closed while the provincial government maintains that classrooms are safe for in-person...

Ontario reports over 6,000 COVID-19 cases over two days as ‘shutdown’...

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Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count surged back up over the 3,000 mark on Saturday, hours after a new provincewide "shutdown" took effect in a...

Local restaurants struggle after reverting to Stage 2

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By: Steeve Chwojko After reverting to Stage 2, the Lake Simcoe Arms in Jackson’s Point is struggling, but the restaurant's management is determined to continue.  “Once...

Town offers residents a way to save money during pandemic

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By: Mike Anderson They say desperate times call for desperate measures.  And not paying your property tax this April could be one of them.  As part...

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April 10, 2024 Issue

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Main Stories: Town gets $1.52 million reward for 419 new housing starts in 2023, One-third of Town employees on Ontario’s Sunshine List, Residents want Georgina Heritage Committee reinstated, Celebrating our local volunteers: Sue Williams, Food Pantry hopes to raise $50K during spring fundraising drive, Georgina Chess Academy continues its free lessons
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