Tag: Ontario

Ontario Schools Return To Class On Monday February 8, Except Toronto, Peel, And York Region.

Yesterday afternoon the Minister of Education made the announcement that children in Ontario will resume in-person learning for elementary and secondary schools in all remaining public health units on February 8th, except for three regions: Toronto, Peel, and York Region.

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Only 7 School Boards To Return To Classrooms On Monday.

Yesterday, the Ontario Education Minister, Stephen Lecce, announced that only 7 School Boards would be permitted to return to online learning instead of the remainder of the Southern Ontario boards. On January 12, 2021, Ontario announced that elementary and secondary students in

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Province Releases List For Stay-At-Home Order

The Ontario government has put out a detailed list of what we can and can’t do now that the stay-at-home order has come into effect. The document answers various answers to people’s questions regarding the measure, including which stores can

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Ontario Schools Will Start Learn At Home On January 4th

The Ontario Provincial Government announced yesterday that there will be a province wide lock-down beginning on Boxing Day, this will see the schools closed as well for at least one week, longer depending on which board and which grade level.

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A Pair Of Tow-Truck Operators Opened A 24-hour Centre For Homeless People – GNSOTD Mon, Dec. 21st 2020

Last March, when the pandemic had just begun, the City of North Bay closed its only warming centre out of fear that the virus would spread among the local homeless population. That night the temperature dropped to -20. It left

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Rules Of The Roundabout

It is one of the better methods for travelling through busy intersections, but there are a great number of drivers unfamiliar with how they work. As more roundabouts are installed, the County of Brant would like to remind drivers on

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Special Weather Statement For Snowfall In Effect

With a winter storm system coming through, Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement. This could last for a few days and see a fair accumulation of snow. The Statement reads: Multi-day snowfall event expected today into Wednesday. Total

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The Best Free Video Chat Apps For Hosting A Virtual Holiday Party

With more and more regions entering lockdown or more restrictive phases of the provincial pandemic response; it is looking less and less like gatherings of any kind are a good idea. With that in mind, it might be beneficial to

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Certain Miss Vickie’s Chips Under Voluntary Recall

Miss Vickie’s Canada is voluntarily recalling a number of brands and bag sizes of its Kettle Cooked Potato Chips after pieces of glass were found in the bags. The affected chips were sold in many provinces, including Ontario, through food

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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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