January 2022 Archive

Ski hills offer respite during latest COVID wave

The recent restrictions imposed by the provincial government may have closed indoor arenas and recreational facilities but it has not affected those operations who host ...

New SCRAM video program launched in New Tec: Criminals beware

The Nottawasaga OPP and the Alliston Business Improvement Association (Alliston BIA) have partnered to share footage from private video cameras, owned by area merchants and ...

COVID cases continue to rise – vaccinations aren’t enough to stop it

The pandemic continues to sweep across the region with case numbers rising steadily. Dr. Charles Gardner, Medical Officer of Health with the Simcoe Muskoka District ...

Omicron is “unlike anything we have encountered” during pandemic: Southlake

Over the span of last week, Southlake Regional Health Centre saw the number of patients admitted to hospital increase from 20 to more than 60, ...

Mental health donation supports leaders of tomorrow

Our leaders of tomorrow might be struggling today – and it’s up to a collective effort to ensure they reach their full potential. This is ...

Stevenson Hospital exceeds “Twin Your Gift” goal

The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced it has exceeded its goal during the Twin Your Gift matching program. The program launched on October 1, ...

Stevenson Memorial Hospital awarded Exemplary Standing in Accreditation Program

Stevenson Memorial Hospital has been awarded Exemplary Standing status by Accreditation Canada after recently completing their accreditation review with that organization. This is the highest ...

Minor hockey in “pause” mode

It is another interrupted hockey season and players in minor hockey associations across the province will have to sit it out for at least a ...

OJHL plans to complete full season despite pause in games

The Ontario Junior Hockey League has announced plans to complete a full season, including playoffs, despite the temporary pause in hockey action around the province. ...

OJHL plans to complete full season despite pause in games

The Ontario Junior Hockey League has announced plans to complete a full season, including playoffs, despite the temporary pause in hockey action around the province. ...

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