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From English to Urdu, languages spoken at home vary across Simcoe County

From English to Urdu, languages spoken at home vary across Simcoe County

More data was released this week from the Simcoe County District School Board student census shows which languages are spoken most at home in different areas of the region
558 patients in Ontario ICUs with COVID, testing captures 10,732 new cases

558 patients in Ontario ICUs with COVID, testing captures 10,732 new cases

Ontario hospitals are caring for 3,957 COVID-positive patients
Collingwood Cinema Club starts new streaming session Monday

Collingwood Cinema Club starts new streaming session Monday

The club will stream eight films over eight weeks
New outdoor rink reignites community involvement for Feversham Kinsmen

New outdoor rink reignites community involvement for Feversham Kinsmen

The rink was set up to provide more recreation opportunities for community members due to measures brought on by COVID-19
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Barrie MP worried health agency's use of cellphone data infringes upon privacy rights

Barrie MP worried health agency's use of cellphone data infringes upon privacy rights

'There’s been a pattern of overreach on the part of governments,' says Brassard, who is also the ethics critic
Georgian College extends remote learning for most programs until early March

Georgian College extends remote learning for most programs until early March

'After careful thought and in the best interest of our students, we decided to stay the course with our current delivery plans until after Study Week,' says president
<b>FEEDBACK:</b> Here's what readers had to say about this week's news

FEEDBACK: Here's what readers had to say about this week's news

What do you think of a pedestrian bridge over Highway 26? One reader pitched it as a solution to traffic problems in Craigleith
Grey Bruce top doc says area doing better than most of province in omicron surge

Grey Bruce top doc says area doing better than most of province in omicron surge

'If Ontario was as engaged and committed as Grey Bruce there would have not been a lockdown,' says Dr. Ian Arra
Despite staffing shortages, Bluewater board ready to resume in-person learning Jan. 17

Despite staffing shortages, Bluewater board ready to resume in-person learning Jan. 17

Enhanced safety measures to be put into effect, school board looking into in-school vaccination clinics