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OPP target 'preventable' tragedies, urge snowmobilers to be cautious

OPP target 'preventable' tragedies, urge snowmobilers to be cautious

'Responsible snowmobiling means staying alert so everyone can get outside and embrace winter in a safe way,' says solicitor general
Positive news coming this week on COVID-19 restrictions, Ford says

Positive news coming this week on COVID-19 restrictions, Ford says

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province is set to make an announcement later this week about reducing COVID-19 restrictions.
<b>EVERYTHING KING:</b> Pull the plug, it's time to dismantle Christmas

EVERYTHING KING: Pull the plug, it's time to dismantle Christmas

The struggle is real and in this week's Everything King, Wendy walks you through the process of packing Christmas away — and it's not pretty
Simcoe skate trail officially open for 2022 season

Simcoe skate trail officially open for 2022 season

Skaters limited to 100 at one time, up to a limit of two hours
Retired BWG volunteer firefighter celebrated with drive-by parade <b>(17 photos)</b>

Retired BWG volunteer firefighter celebrated with drive-by parade (17 photos)

COVID-19 vaccine walk-ins now available for children 5-11

COVID-19 vaccine walk-ins now available for children 5-11

Parents and guardians who prefer to schedule an appointment may continue do so through the COVID-19 vaccination portal or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre
Approximately 476 people in Ontario ICUs because of COVID

Approximately 476 people in Ontario ICUs because of COVID

Testing captures 7,086 new cases, hospitals report approx. 2,238 people hospitalized because of COVID, including ICU patients
<b>COLUMN:</b> New website brings local Indigenous story to life

COLUMN: New website brings local Indigenous story to life

Local Truth and Reconciliation Roundtable has helped bring 'story that needs to be told' into virtual world that highlights its animate nature
Southlake hospital to open clinic for residents with COVID-19, cold, flu symptoms

Southlake hospital to open clinic for residents with COVID-19, cold, flu symptoms

The clinic will provide care for people with moderate symptoms needing an in-person visit, and will help Southlake's emergency department focus on those who need emergency care
<b>LETTER:</b> Bradford Bypass needed to accommodate growing community

LETTER: Bradford Bypass needed to accommodate growing community

'What do they think millions more people and vehicles will bring if we don't improve the infrastructure?' asks reader