Now is the time of year when graduates of all stripes would normally be looking forward to their convocation ceremonies. While Confederation College campuses won’t be able to have theirs in person, the college is taking steps to ensure their students still have a special day.
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Dr. Ian Gemmill, acting medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit, said in a press release on Tuesday the tests that they are using in Ontario are extremely sensitive, which means it can pick up all the true positives, but also some false positives as well.
The Town of Fort Frances is seeking a grant as part of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, to carry out renovations at the Memorial Sports Centre in Fort Frances.
The grant application states that there are some structural issues the building is dealing with that need to be renovated in order to serve the needs of Fort Frances residents.
Toronto, June 8, 2020. As many as 6 million Canadians are caregivers, caring for children with disabilities, elderly parents and other loved ones who need assistance. Together with an army of health professionals, they’re working tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of others.
Putting food on the tables of at-risk Canadians is the goal of a $43.4 million fund, announced last week by the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. Applications for a second call for proposals for the fund are open now.
Art is said to be a skill acquired through practice, talent and dedication. A skill worth every struggle. But for Carolyn Mount, 45, art was embedded in her since day one. She has spent her life navigating between all forms of art to satisfy her passions. Passing seamlessly, back and forth, between photography, embroidery, sculptures and textiles, Mount is a natural born weaver.
**UPDATE: The Northwestern Health Unit has clarified that the case reported on Tuesday may a false positive. Retesting is underway. More updates to come.
Rainy River First Nation sees its first positive case of COVID-19
(FORT FRANCES, ON) As part of a joint investigation, officers of the Fort Frances Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Canada Border Services and Public Health Office of Canada have completed an investigation into a violation of the federal Quarantine Act.
Dr. Ian Gemmill is the acting medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU). Jon Begg, communications and public relations specialist at the NWHU administers and conducts weekly public meeting streamed on either NWHU’s Facebook page or GoTo Meeting sessions to answer questions. To find out how to participate in the next Question and Answer session with Dr.
During COVID-19, elective procedures were halted to reduce risk to hospital environments and protect critical resources required to combat the pandemic. Riverside recognizes this has been difficult and frustrating for patients and families.