October 2020 Archive

Halloween Party to be held at the Library on October 30

Premier Doug Ford has advised against trick or treating in COVID-19 hotspots such as Toronto, Ottawa, York Region and Peel. While the Chief Medical Officer ...

COVID-19 continues to ravage Simcoe Manor in large scale outbreak

By Sam Odrowski Local Journalism Initiative Reporter COVID-19 continues to spread throughout Simcoe Manor, with a total of 40 residents and 28 staff confirmed to ...

COVID-19 continues its momentum in Simcoe Muskoka

COVID-19 continues to gain traction in Simcoe Muskoka, passing 1,200 cases in total, as New Tecumseth approaches 200. While the rise in recorded cases is ...

More New Tecumseth businesses could close permanently under Stage 2

York Region joined Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in reverting back to a modified Stage 2 reopening on Monday and the New Tecumseth business community has ...

Town restricts service for individuals travelling from COVID-19 hotspots

New Tecumseth’s recreation centres, fitness areas and arenas have been open to anyone since early August, but Town staff are now restricting access for anyone ...

Smile Cookies deliver sweet bonus to Beeton arena campaign

Those tasty cookies that were available for $1 at Tim Horton’s recently helped to top up the funds that will go toward building a new ...

New Tecumseth Library launches anti-racism book club

The New Tecumseth Public Library (NTPL) is starting important conversations about race and spreading education about how to counter racism. The launching point for this ...

UPlift Black shares its vision for the future

The newly formed not-for-profit social service agency UPlift Black has been working to empower Black people in Simcoe Muskoka since the death of George Floyd. ...

Matthews House Hospice is helping seniors get online

Matthews House Hospice (MHH) will be de-mystifying technology for older adults during its Compassionate Communities Information Fair on Thursday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to ...

Tornados on the ice with limited play

At least they are on the ice. The TNT Tornados Minor Hockey Association have started house league play with four-on-four style hockey at local arenas. ...

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