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Ontario reports 2,759 new COVID cases Thursday

Ontario reports 2,759 new COVID cases Thursday

Today's update also includes 3,455 recoveries, 192 new hospitalizations, and 31 deaths
Room 206: Take a time machine to the 1993 Sault music scene

Room 206: Take a time machine to the 1993 Sault music scene

Soolebrity Records is releasing a vinyl re-issue of Room 206’s debut album, "2 Innies and 1 Outie", originally released on cassette, with bonus tracks that include members of No Doubt, Goldfinger and No Use for a Name
Ford renews calls for tighter border controls to rein in COVID-19 variants

Ford renews calls for tighter border controls to rein in COVID-19 variants

Trudeau said last week that he was willing to work with Ontario to further limit the number of people allowed to enter the province
Access to dental care and affordable prescription drugs expanded for vulnerable seniors

Access to dental care and affordable prescription drugs expanded for vulnerable seniors

Starting Aug. 1, eligibility thresholds for both programs will be updated to reflect the cost of living increases in Ontario
VIDEO: Local charities take all they can haul in three minutes

VIDEO: Local charities take all they can haul in three minutes

Watch these shoppers race against the clock
Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Be a rainbow in someone's cloud
New Fremlin subdivision will wrap around St. Mary's College <b>(4 images)</b>

New Fremlin subdivision will wrap around St. Mary's College (4 images)

New homes won't be required to meet city's affordable housing requirements
Algoma University looks to build on new international program

Algoma University looks to build on new international program

Algoma, along with Universitat Jaume I (Spain) and Soonchunhyang University (South Korea) were part of a pilot program
Great Lakes see drop in water levels after record-setting years

Great Lakes see drop in water levels after record-setting years

Water levels remain above normal, but expected to remain below 2020 levels over the next six months
APH reporting four new COVID-19 cases

APH reporting four new COVID-19 cases

The region currently has 24 active cases and two hospitalizations