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<b>VILLAGE VIDEO: </b>Ever hear a moose snore? Check it out!

VILLAGE VIDEO: Ever hear a moose snore? Check it out!

This video of a sleepy moose in Sudbury may be the cutest thing you'll see today
COVID-19: Here's the situation in Collingwood today

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

Two people in Collingwood are now hospitalized with COVID-19
11 new COVID-19 cases in Simcoe, hospitalizations nearly double since yesterday

11 new COVID-19 cases in Simcoe, hospitalizations nearly double since yesterday

There are two cases in Collingwood now hospitalized
<b>LIVE:</b> Ontario to resume scheduled surgeries and procedures

LIVE: Ontario to resume scheduled surgeries and procedures

Premier Doug Ford says priority will be given to cancer, cardiac-related surgeries
Cannabis facility receives zoning approval for Markdale location

Cannabis facility receives zoning approval for Markdale location

The Municipality of Grey Highlands council has voted in favour of proceeding with a site plan application that will see a cannabis processing facility established in downtown Markdale
Collingwood made 33 emergency and non-standard purchases in 2019

Collingwood made 33 emergency and non-standard purchases in 2019

The town spent approximately $740,000 on emergency and non-standard purchases last year
Cocaine, weapons seized during Wasaga Beach drug bust <b>(4 photos)</b>

Cocaine, weapons seized during Wasaga Beach drug bust (4 photos)

33-year-old woman and 17-year-old youth face numerous weapons, drug charges
Ontario reports 399 new cases of COVID-19 today

Ontario reports 399 new cases of COVID-19 today

There were also 347 recoveries and 48 deaths reported in the province's daily update
New climate action website launches in Grey-Bruce

New climate action website launches in Grey-Bruce

Website is geared to make a difference locally
<b>COVID-19:</b> The impact of coronavirus on migrant workers

COVID-19: The impact of coronavirus on migrant workers

Forced to share their living quarters with many other workers, the migrants will be hard-pressed to maintain the social distance required to contain the spread of COVID-19