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Six more COVID cases reported in the Sault and area: APH

Six more COVID cases reported in the Sault and area: APH

All six now self-isolating
Six local projects for seniors receive federal funding

Six local projects for seniors receive federal funding

Funding is meant to help keep seniors active, informed, and socially connected, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic
Mayor says property taxes could rise if province consolidates public health units

Mayor says property taxes could rise if province consolidates public health units

Sault Ste. Marie Mayor Christian Provenzano says Ford government's plan to modernize healthcare could threaten public health capacity while shifting costs to municipality
One arrested after spike belt deployed near Thessalon: OPP

One arrested after spike belt deployed near Thessalon: OPP

Police say the driver fled on foot before officers arrested him
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault today

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

Four new cases reported last night
Special Ed workers now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine clinics: APH

Special Ed workers now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine clinics: APH

APH lays out guidelines for which education workers are currently eligible and how they can book appointments
Memorial Cup cancelled for second consecutive year

Memorial Cup cancelled for second consecutive year

The Soo Greyhounds and Oshawa Generals were planning to bid on the right to host the event
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Ontario ramps up vaccine rollout in hot spots in 114 'highly impacted' areas, including for those 18 and older

WATCH: Ontario ramps up vaccine rollout in hot spots in 114 'highly impacted' areas, including for those 18 and older

Mobile teams and pop-up clinics to begin targeting hot spots neighbourhoods, on-the-job clinics also in the works  
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Peachy is a very social kitty

Adopt Me: Peachy is a very social kitty

She is great with kids and other cats
Ontario reports 3,670 new COVID cases Tuesday

Ontario reports 3,670 new COVID cases Tuesday

Today's update also includes 15 deaths, 2,573 recoveries and 124 new hospitalizations.