Dr. Ian Gemmill, the acting medical health officer for the Northwestern Health Unit, said even though Ontario is entering stage 3 of lifting up restrictions, Ontario residents should be cognizant of precautionary measures such as maintaining a physical distance and good hand hygiene.
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Riverside Health Care was pleased to see the Government of Ontario recently revise its strict visitation rules intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within provincial hospitals and health centres. This cautious restart of visitations involves allowing outdoor visits to occur between patients and their loved ones.
If you were disappointed by the Canada Day Cash lottery going missing this summer, the Riverside Foundation for Health Care wants you to know there’s still going to be a great chance to win some cash and help out our local healthcare providers.
Northern Community Development Services are continuing to offer their services through online means until the state of emergency in Ontario is lifted. NCDS is a job service that helps job seekers identify their opportunities by writing effective resumes and preparing for interviews.
Ontario's Tourism Minister Lisa MacLeod said in her eighth telephone town hall that the total funding for the province's heritage, sports, tourism and culture sectors added up to $1 billion from April 1 to August 1, 2020. There were about 600 stakeholders listening to the minister's update and breakdown of the funding.
Mayor June Caul announced during the bi-weekly council meetings held on Monday that she and Councillor Andrew Hallikas will sit on the homelessness committee aimed at decreasing the issue of homelessness in Fort Frances.
TORONTO - Ontario will allow more businesses to reopen, expand access to child care and loosen strict limits on indoor gatherings as it pushes ahead with its pandemic recovery this week, Premier Doug Ford announced Monday as he touted the “cautious” plan to continue the economic restart.
WASHINGTON - Sources say Canada and the United States are likely to agree to extend their mutual ban on non-essential travel between the two countries for another 30 days.
There are a host of presentations and reports to be made at tonight’s town council meeting.
The town has recalled three summer students to maintain the municipalities’ two cemeteries. Unforseen projects left existing staff unable to keep the grounds up to standard. The students will be devoted entirely to cemeteries, freeing staff to tackle other projects. -Submitted photo