Tag: Ontario

Open And Closed On Labour Day Monday

We’re heading in to the Labour Day long weekend and you might want to know what’s open and what’s closed, and that’s always a little complicated what with the whole COVID-19 situation. So let’s start with City Administration Offices are

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London Dad Group Helps Out Own – GNSOTD Fri, Aug. 21st 2020

There’s a man by the name of Maurice Ellis who moved to London, Ontario, from Jamaica not that long ago. Last fall he joined a local club just for Dad’s, called Dad Club London, which is a non-profit committed to

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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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Heat Warning In Effect Mon, Aug 10th 2020

Once again this summer Environment Canada has had to issue a heat warning for parts of Southern Ontario as temperatures are expected to reach around 30-32 Monday, with a Humidex up toward 41, with not much relief overnight with a

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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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Heat Warning Remains In Effect Fri, July 3rd 2020

Environment Canada issued a Heat Warning on Thursday, which remains in effect and is expected to through the weekend and early next week as a prolonged period of heat is upon us. The Warning reads: A prolonged period of hot

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Heat Warning In Effect Thurs, July 2nd 2020

Environment Canada issued a Heat Warning on Thursday morning to remain in effect through the weekend as a prolonged period of heat is expected. This heat could even last into the beginning of next week. The Warning reads: A prolonged

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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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Face Mask Safety And Proper Use, Updated For June 19th 2020

Mask Use is one of the best safety measures we have, right behind proper hand hygiene and Social Distancing. There’s study, after study, after study, that show how much of a difference a mask can make in the spread of

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Places Of Worship Can Open This Weekend

In Ontario all places of worship are permitted to resume services Friday as part of Stage 2 of the province’s reopening plan during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are required to limit the number of people to 30 per cent capacity,

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