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Climate change clear driver of Lake Huron's high water, long-term forecast uncertain

Climate change clear driver of Lake Huron's high water, long-term forecast uncertain

November precipitation amounts were below average for all lakes but despite drier conditions, the outflow from Lake Michigan-Huron was the second highest November outflow on record
Ontario's COVID test processing dips on Tuesdays, here's why

Ontario's COVID test processing dips on Tuesdays, here's why

On Friday a record 76,742 tests were reported processed, on Tuesday, there were 44,802 tests processed
‘You can’t just address racism if you don’t know who is being targeted’

‘You can’t just address racism if you don’t know who is being targeted’

People of Collingwood: Sylvia Wilson, member of the Unity Collective
Barrie man fined $1,500 for working in illegal cannabis store

Barrie man fined $1,500 for working in illegal cannabis store

Police in Ontario have been ramping up enforcement in the past two years, targeting illegal cannabis production, sale and distribution
Arts award offers $5K for community project

Arts award offers $5K for community project

Applications are open for the Robert G. Kemp award
Three OPP members charged as part of towing industry probe

Three OPP members charged as part of towing industry probe

Four more OPP officers - including two Highway Safety Division officers - have also been suspended with pay as result of ongoing investigation
Ontario reports more than 3,000 new COVID cases today

Ontario reports more than 3,000 new COVID cases today

According to the province, there were 51 deaths related to the coronavirus over the past 24 hours
Province extends Reopening Ontario Act orders

Province extends Reopening Ontario Act orders

Orders extended to February 19
<b>COVID-19:</b> Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of the pandemic

COVID-19: Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of the pandemic

In times of pandemic, outdoor classes allow students to meet their professor or classmates in person, when they would not otherwise have had the chance to do so
TBM’s tax base benefits from area development

TBM’s tax base benefits from area development

Tax revenue from new development within the Blue Mountains has reduced the 2021 proposed tax levy from 5.2 per cent to 1.3 per cent