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Ontario reports 57 new COVID cases, but removes 24 old cases

Ontario reports 57 new COVID cases, but removes 24 old cases

'Routine data clean up' meant 24 previously-reported cases were removed from cumulative count, bringing it down to 33 new cases
Can our outdoor patios continue operating when it turns cold?

Can our outdoor patios continue operating when it turns cold?

There are 14 patios this summer on Queen Street, compared to four last year. Thank you, COVID-19!
Sault Transit prepares to return to half-hour service <b>(12 council briefs)</b>

Sault Transit prepares to return to half-hour service (12 council briefs)

No target date given, but city staff hope it'll happen in 'the near future'
Double digit streak ends: Ontario confirms 115 new COVID cases today

Double digit streak ends: Ontario confirms 115 new COVID cases today

Sudbury remains northern hotspot with 19 active cases
7 days under 100: Ontario confirms 79 new COVID cases today

7 days under 100: Ontario confirms 79 new COVID cases today

The cumulative total of lab-confirmed cases surpassed 40,000 today, but there are fewer than 1,000 cases still active in Ontario
70 new COVID cases confirmed in Ontario today, lowest since March

70 new COVID cases confirmed in Ontario today, lowest since March

This is the sixth consecutive day the province has reported fewer than 100 new cases
School boards putting back to school plans in place

School boards putting back to school plans in place

Elementary school students to be cohorted, but union says government needs to reduce class sizes
Does your fav bar patio really need $5 million in liability insurance?

Does your fav bar patio really need $5 million in liability insurance?

Ward 2 councillors fight to reduce red tape for pandemic patios
Ontario confirms 88 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 88 new COVID cases today

Over the last seven days the province's public health agency has reported fewer than 700 new cases
Police officers allowed to testify remotely, judge rules

Police officers allowed to testify remotely, judge rules

As frontline workers, having officers attend the courthouse puts others at risk, says Ontario Court Justice John Condon