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Gym-goer says communication 'inconsistent' after Fit4Less employee tests positive for COVID-19

Gym-goer says communication 'inconsistent' after Fit4Less employee tests positive for COVID-19

Gym sends emails to members advising them of positive case Thursday; Algoma Public Health confirms it has reached out to all close contacts
Ontario reports 978 new COVID cases today, a new record daily high

Ontario reports 978 new COVID cases today, a new record daily high

Majority of new cases are in Toronto (384), Peel Region (170), and York Region (141); Six more people have died with the virus
Christmas Cheer program only accepting new items this year

Christmas Cheer program only accepting new items this year

The Christmas Cheer Depot will open next month
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault this week

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault this week

Two new cases reported in Algoma this week
<b>WATCH:</b> Ford, ministers for health and social services to make announcement at 1 p.m.

WATCH: Ford, ministers for health and social services to make announcement at 1 p.m.

Village Media will carry the livestream
<b>WATCH:</b> Rapid tests arrive in Canada as Trudeau announces funding for Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccines

WATCH: Rapid tests arrive in Canada as Trudeau announces funding for Canadian-made COVID-19 vaccines

The federal government says it will spend $214M on Canadian-made vaccines
Ontario reports 826 new COVID cases today

Ontario reports 826 new COVID cases today

In the last seven days, the province has confirmed 5,445 new cases of COVID-19
Are workers in danger if they're not told about COVID-19 in the workplace?

Are workers in danger if they're not told about COVID-19 in the workplace?

NDP calls on Ontario government to be more transparent about COVID outbreaks
New case of COVID-19 confirmed by APH

New case of COVID-19 confirmed by APH

Algoma District is up to 41 cases total
Feds provide $306,000 in COVID-19 funding to Sault organizations

Feds provide $306,000 in COVID-19 funding to Sault organizations

Money to help nine local not-for-profits to address additional pandemic-related costs