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Simcoe Manor battles COVID outbreak infecting 50 residents and staff

October 16, 2020   ·   0 Comments

Simcoe Manor is facing one of the largest COVID-19 outbreaks the Region has seen. Four COVID-positive residents have passed away while 30 others remain infected ...

Impact of COVID-19’s second wave yet to be seen at Stevenson

Canada is closing in on 200,000 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, but the second wave hasn’t yet impacted health services locally. ...

2020 Home Show and Artisan Market cancelled due to COVID-19

It has been a year of cancellations for most organizations in New Tecumseth, including the Tottenham Beeton District Chamber of Commerce (TBDCC). The 2020 Home ...

Alliston author to release new mystery novel Nov. 10

Alliston-based mystery writer Judy Penz Sheluk is releasing her third and final book of the Glass Dolphin Mystery series, “Where There’s a Will,” on November ...

Minor hockey underway but with tough restrictions

While local hockey players are glad to be back on the ice, they are facing some tough challenges when it comes to playing by the ...

Southlake launches $7.5 million Capital Campaign to address mental health needs

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many of us feeling stress, fear, depression and loneliness. Each of us address those issues in our own ways, but ...

Gibson Centre hopes to launch online platform for artists soon

COVID-19 has provided unique challenges for everybody, including artists. The Gibson Centre in Alliston, which hosts many local artists, reopened to the public on September ...

Matthews House Hospice raises close to $200,000 at virtual gala

Matthews House Hospice held its Annual Butterfly Ball Gala virtually for the first time ever late last month, hosted by former Breakfast Television co-host, Kevin ...

Simcoe Manor fighting large COVID-19 outbreak inside of Home

Simcoe Manor in Beeton is facing a COVID-19 outbreak, impacting 16 residents and six staff. Two residents passed away on Saturday, one who tested positive ...

Simcoe Muskoka and New Tecumseth see sharp rise in cases

Simcoe Muskoka is closing in on a total of 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as infections continue to climb each week. New Tecumseth is in ...

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