Homelessness is a growing issue, not just in Fort Frances, but also in the bigger metropolitan cities such as Toronto and British Columbia. There are numerous reasons that can lead to one ending up on the streets. But no matter the reasons, the result is one: homelessness, drugs, fear, uncertainty and a vague future.
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Fort Frances 48 is located near the Splitrock River, approximately 18 kilometres southwest of Nestor Falls. It was first reported on Monday, at 3:40 p.m. The 1 hectare fire is not under control.
The status of the Nipigon 45 fire has been changed to Being held. According to the Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services
Northwest Fire Region, “Being held indicates that given the current resources assigned to a fire, enough suppression has occurred that the fire is not likely to spread beyond existing boundaries under present or forecasted conditions.”
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(DRYDEN, ON) - On August 13, 2020 at approximately 4:00 pm officers from the Dryden Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a motor vehicle collision on Ojibway Drive, Aubry Township.
At the August 18, 2020 Special Board Meeting, the Rainy River District School Board approved the 2020‐2021 balanced budget of $54,556,282, with a draw from accumulated surplus for Board funded capital and retirement gratuities obligations.
WINDSOR — The Ontario government is providing $30 million to municipalities through the Connecting Links Program for 2021-22 to build, repair or replace local roads and bridges. This investment will help create jobs and keep people and goods moving as the province continues to recover from COVID-19.
The first week of September will witness two million students resuming their education journey after schools were abruptly shut down to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Parents across Ontario have to decide whether to send their children back to class or keep them at home and have the school material delivered online.