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CANADA: COVID-19 forcing engaged couples to make tough decisions

CANADA: COVID-19 forcing engaged couples to make tough decisions

Many couples are now frantically trying to postpone, cancel, or craft a scaled-down social-distancing plan for their wedding
Casino employees 'livid' to learn benefits will be cut off April 30

Casino employees 'livid' to learn benefits will be cut off April 30

March 15 memo from Gateway said benefits for Casino Rama employees would be covered 'for duration of closure'; Cutting benefits 'is ruthless,' says local union rep
TBM doubles up on weed control

TBM doubles up on weed control

TBM has added a new municipal weed inspector to its staff, in order to combat invasive plants in the area, such as wild chervil.
Board working on plans for schools should closure be extended

Board working on plans for schools should closure be extended

Simcoe County District School Board looking at ways to deliver curriculum after April 6; 'It will be challenging and it will be imperfect,' says chair
There could be thousands of COVID-19 cases in the region, says area's top doc

There could be thousands of COVID-19 cases in the region, says area's top doc

'This is going up before it comes down,' said Dr. Charles Gardner of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
COVID-19: Here's the situation in Collingwood today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in Collingwood today

There's been another COVID-19-related death in the Simcoe Muskoka region, this time in Orillia
BREAKING NEWS: Orillia woman dies of COVID-19 at OSMH

BREAKING NEWS: Orillia woman dies of COVID-19 at OSMH

The woman died yesterday and her case was reported March 24
Two wanted in connection to at least 20 LCBO theft incidents across the province (4 photos)

Two wanted in connection to at least 20 LCBO theft incidents across the province (4 photos)

Investigators say over the past two years, two thieves targeted very high-end bottles at a number of LCBO locations, including those in Collingwood, Niagara, and Guelph
Grey Highlands waives penalties and looks for leniency from county, school board

Grey Highlands waives penalties and looks for leniency from county, school board

The municipality of Grey Highlands has decided to waive penalty fees to allow residents the option of deferring tax payments if they so choose without being penalized.
55 per cent of Collingwood council wants prohibition on visitors in town

55 per cent of Collingwood council wants prohibition on visitors in town

Council voted 5-4 in favour of asking the province to 'restrict movement from large urban centres into small urban centres to prohibit the derailment of our small community resources'