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Erika Engel

Erika Engel

Erika Engel regularly covers all things Collingwood as a journalist and the Community Editor for CollingwoodToday.ca

Recent Work by Erika

Five Innisfil residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

Five Innisfil residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

There are 215 active cases in Simcoe-Muskoka
Five Bradford residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

Five Bradford residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

There are 215 active cases in Simcoe-Muskoka
11 Barrie residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

11 Barrie residents among 28 new COVID cases in the region since Friday

To date, almost 374,000 Simcoe-Muskoka residents — 61.9% of the population — have received their first dose of vaccination
No local residents among 28 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Simcoe-Muskoka since Friday

No local residents among 28 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Simcoe-Muskoka since Friday

There are 215 active cases in the region
Five local residents among 28 new COVID cases in region since Friday

Five local residents among 28 new COVID cases in region since Friday

There are two new cases in Orillia, two new cases in Ramara and one new case in Severn Township, say officials
28 new COVID cases confirmed in Simcoe-Muskoka since Friday

28 new COVID cases confirmed in Simcoe-Muskoka since Friday

There are 215 active cases in the region
Ontario reports 447 new COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 447 new COVID cases Monday

Today's update also includes 670 recoveries, 22 new hospitalizations, and four deaths
Ontario reports 447 new COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 447 new COVID cases Monday

Today's update also includes 670 recoveries, 22 new hospitalizations, and four deaths
Ontario resumes road tests for driver's licence applicants Monday

Ontario resumes road tests for driver's licence applicants Monday

In anticipation of a backlog of bookings, the province is hiring 167 new examiners to complete the tests
Eating garlic mustard could help save the trilliums

Eating garlic mustard could help save the trilliums

Among the many invasive species in Ontario, this one has been called one of the 'most aggressive invaders'