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Ontario reports 1,092 new COVID cases Thursday

Ontario reports 1,092 new COVID cases Thursday

The province has also confirmed 10 deaths, 1,110 recoveries, and 69 new hospitalizations in today's update
New York congressman urges Biden to consider easing Canada-U.S. border restrictions

New York congressman urges Biden to consider easing Canada-U.S. border restrictions

Brian Higgins wants the White House to prioritize easing border restrictions by the May long weekend
Importance of kindness, slowing down, and creating joy: What Saultites have learned during one year of COVID

Importance of kindness, slowing down, and creating joy: What Saultites have learned during one year of COVID

The last year has certainly had its downs, but as we mark the one-year anniversary of COVID impacting our lives, it is time to reflect on some of the good, too
Booking of COVID-19 vaccination appointments to begin Thursday afternoon for some groups

Booking of COVID-19 vaccination appointments to begin Thursday afternoon for some groups

Appointments can only be made over the phone or online
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault today

No new cases reported in almost a week
<updated>WATCH: </updated>Ontario ready to step up vaccine delivery in pharmacies and mass vaccine sites

WATCH: Ontario ready to step up vaccine delivery in pharmacies and mass vaccine sites

Province hits the one millionth vaccination mark Wednesday afternoon
DSSAB receives $1.3 million in additional pandemic relief funds

DSSAB receives $1.3 million in additional pandemic relief funds

Funding used to help DSSAB respond to increase in COVID-19 cases in some emergency shelters, help keep vulnerable people safe
Ontario reports 1,316 new COVID cases Wednesday

Ontario reports 1,316 new COVID cases Wednesday

There are currently 11,311 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault today

no new cases since Thursday
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Trudeau announces March 11 as a national day of observance for Canadian lives lost to COVID-19

WATCH: Trudeau announces March 11 as a national day of observance for Canadian lives lost to COVID-19

'Our top priority is to get you your shot as soon as possible'