May 2020 Archive

Hornets forward Gillis-McAnulty keeping fit during hockey shut-down

After seeing the season come to an abrupt end this year, Alliston Hornets players are doing what they can to keep in shape until they ...

Tottenham family’s struggle has parallels with COVID crisis: Mom

As COVID-19 numbers decline and Ontario embarks on the first stage of its reopening plan, millions are optimistic about a return to normal life. But ...

Handful of knitters helping protect staff at Simcoe Manor

Throughout New Tecumseth, people are doing what they can to help others and be supportive of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Simcoe Manor, ...

Simcoe Muskoka sees COVID-19 cases level out: Health Unit

Ontarians have been asked to sacrifice their daily routines to “flatten the curve,” which protects the Province’s healthcare system from being overrun by COVID-19. While ...

Stevenson hosts “Virtual COVID-19 Q&A” for members of the public

The way services are delivered at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) has drastically changed over the past 12 weeks in response to COVID-19. To allow the ...

Stevenson CEO optimistic about instantaneous COVID-19 testing

Increasing testing capacity and wait times is an important part of limiting COVID-19’s spread and better understanding its impact. The United States, Canada, and other ...

South Simcoe Arts Council continues community connections

By Suu TaylorExecutive DirectorSouth Simcoe Arts Council At a time when many organizations have suspended activity, the South Simcoe Arts Council has found ways to ...

It’s official – no football this year

The TNT Express Football Club has been sidelined for the 2020 season. Football clubs around the province received the news on Tuesday, May 19, that ...

New program at local library sparks conversations in a time of social isolation

As Canadians collectively experience the challenges related to COVID-19, many are struggling with changes to their lifestyle, routine, and overall well-being. To help offset stress, ...

Pen pal program at Simcoe Manor is a success for the books

At a time when seniors are stuck indoors to stay safe from the novel coronavirus, a local long-term care home started up a program to ...

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