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Fall Activities And Your Risk Of Catching COVID-19

It is fully into fall, the leaves are a resplendent colour, it’s a season full of activities for everyone to try and enjoy. But the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be an ever present concern. Which activities are safe, and which

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Safe COVID-19 Travels

Missing out on trips is one big bummer for many who have lost plans from the pandemic. For some it is even taking an emotional toll. But is it really a good idea to do any travel right now? Here’s

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Back To School How To Prep Them For Success And Safety

Plenty of parents are going to choose to send their kids back to school come September. So to help out with that here are some ways to set them up for success and safety. Start With a Positive Attitude Intrusive

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Support For Ontario Families With Children Kept Home Due To COVID

Good news for Ontario families who have children who are not going to be in school or child care because of COVID-19. There is now funding available. Until August 31st, 2020, parents/guardians/or caregivers can apply for direct one-time funding to

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QuaranTrivia Online Game Fights COVID Misinformation

University of Waterloo student is helping to combat COVID-19 misinformation with a little help from an adorable animation called Dr. Pixel. Science student Ridhi Patel found herself at home in Niagara Falls when the pandemic shut down the Waterloo campus

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Back To School Decision Made But Details Still To Come.

The Ontario Government has announced it’s plan that all publicly funded schools in the province will reopen this fall for a full-time return of students to the classroom. There will be enhanced cleaning and health and safety protocols. Parents will

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Mandatory Mask Bylaw Voted For In Brantford And Brant County

The City of Brantford and Brant County have both voted in favour of a mandatory face covering bylaw at special council meetings Tuesday night. Brantford City Council voted unanimously in-favour of the bylaw, which will make face coverings mandatory in

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Social Circles (Or Social Bubbles) Vs Social Gatherings

As we continue our shared fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), especially considering the introduction of Social Bubbles, or Social Circles as they are now being called, it should be pointed out how they differ from Social Gatherings. Social Circles (Bubbles)

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BHNCDSB Short Term Survey

The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board (BHNCDSB), like all school boards, has been asked by the Ministry of Education to plan three scenarios to be implemented in September, depending on the public health situation at the time. Those

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School Reopening Information June 22nd 2020

The uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation has resulted in an open ended plan being announced by Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Minister of Education Stephen Lecce when it comes to the reopening of schools in the fall. The current plan

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