Northwestern Health Unit has received a report of a new positive COVID-19 test result in the Dryden / Red Lake area. According to the provincial school portal, the case has been confirmed as a student in the Golden Learning Centre, in Balmertown. Follow up with the person involved and their contacts has started according to NWHU protocol.
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Northwestern Health Unit has received a report of a new positive COVID-19 test result in the Dryden / Red Lake area. Follow up with the person involved and their contacts has started according to protocol. Anyone who is identified as a contact for this case will be contacted directly.
The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) is nearing the end of building a storage garage on Butler Ave. located beside the ambulance base.
If you have recently been to your local dentist, you probably paid an additional personal protective equipment fee. The Ontario Dental Association (ODA) set a new $18 fee for enhanced protective equipment required during the pandemic.
Because most dental offices are privately run, insurance companies may or may not cover the added cost.
Members of the public should have a better idea of what the ice season is going to look like at the Memorial Sports Centre after tonight.
As per reporting in last week's Fort Frances Times, town council is set to receive and make a recommendation on a report from the town's manager of recreation and culture Aaron Bisson at tonight's regular council meeting.
The nights are growing long and dark and there's a cool nip in the air, which can mean only one thing: construction season in Fort Frances is coming to an end.
If you’ve been holding onto your old batteries and almost empty paint cans, this weekend will be your opportunity to dispose of them in a safe way.
The fire hydrant at 1024 Williams Ave is being replaced. Residents living in affected areas were issued a drinking water advisory as a precautionary measure due to the work on the water distribution system.
The Town of Fort Frances is pleased to announce that the Civic Centre will be open August 27th, 2020 by appointment only.
There are talks between Seven Generations Education Institute and the homelessness committee on how SGEI can contribute to alleviate the problem of homelessness in Fort Frances.
Mayor June Caul and Brent Tookenay, chief executive officer at SGEI, have been discussing the possibility of SGEI joining a homelessness committee meeting to discuss how this can be achieved.