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Ontario reporting 3,422 new, confirmed COVID cases today

Ontario reporting 3,422 new, confirmed COVID cases today

In the past 24 hours, there have been 69 deaths (up from 50 yesterday) reported by Public Health Ontario
<b>Sunday Funny:</b> Twitter critter

Sunday Funny: Twitter critter

Childish antics on social media are the subject of today's cartoon from Ron Moffatt
Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Keep dreaming
Lakers look to learn from loss against Minnesota State

Lakers look to learn from loss against Minnesota State

Lakers coach Damon Whitten called a Saturday night loss to Minnesota State 'the most adversity we've faced all season'
Late-night rumblings in Greater Sudbury mining related, confirms Natural Resources Canada

Late-night rumblings in Greater Sudbury mining related, confirms Natural Resources Canada

Vale says 3 events happened last night, all employees are safe, and day shift at Creighton Mine cancelled today
Sault pastor sees online technology as the way to reach next generation

Sault pastor sees online technology as the way to reach next generation

Second provincial COVID state of emergency has pastors connecting with flocks through Zoom
APH reports two new COVID cases

APH reports two new COVID cases

There are currently 35 active cases in the Algoma region
Local family hoping to start snowman building business to spread positivity

Local family hoping to start snowman building business to spread positivity

Half of the proceeds will go towards SickKids Foundation
Ontario's COVID test processing dips on Tuesdays, here's why

Ontario's COVID test processing dips on Tuesdays, here's why

On Friday a record 76,742 tests were reported processed, on Tuesday, there were 44,802 tests processed
Man charged with firearms offences after Albert Street shooting

Man charged with firearms offences after Albert Street shooting

The 28-year-old faces multiple charges as a result of the New Year's Day incident