Tonight’s council meeting will shed some light on how tourism might evolve in Fort Frances.
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Two of the region’s four new cases are asymptomatic, according to Ian Gemmill, Acting Medical Officer of Health for the Northwestern Health Unit. These are the first asymptomatic cases for the region, and have forced the NWHU to modify its follow-up strategy.
Even in the time of COVID-19, the town is moving ahead with plans to give two areas in town a new life.
COVID-19, has left students out of class and their parents unemployed or cooped up working from home. All while essential workers take on long hours and stressful working conditions.
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt long after we’ve turned the page on 2020.
In her update at last week’s Town of Fort Frances council meeting, Councillor Wendy Brunetta shared that due to the restrictions in place around COVID-19 in the region, the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) has had to take stock of the remainder of its year.
The Federal government has released two new funds, totalling $962 million federally and $49.5 million locally, aimed at helping northern Ontario businesses weather the economic storm caused by COVID-19.
The Grand Council Treaty 3 is holding a weekly online Science Fair for members of Treaty 3 Nation. This week’s theme is Water: Water in the environment, Water systems, The importance of water for life.
The Town of Fort Frances will be adding three new monuments to one of its graveyards.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the next time Ontario’s publicly-funded schools will open is in September. The announcement that the school year inside the classroom is over was made by the provincial government at Queen’s Park on Tuesday.