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Flattening the curve (again) will take time and restrictions, says top doc

Flattening the curve (again) will take time and restrictions, says top doc

Continued family gatherings contributing – in part – to increase in region's COVID cases, says region's medical officer of health
Waste Reduction Week celebrates successes, targets improvement

Waste Reduction Week celebrates successes, targets improvement

County continues to help residents 'reduce, re-use and recycle materials for the benefit of our environment and to protect Simcoe County for future generations'
Health unit confirms 17 new COVID cases in Simcoe County

Health unit confirms 17 new COVID cases in Simcoe County

There are currently 130 active cases of COVID-19 in the Simcoe-Muskoka region
Collingwood YMCA asks town for $25K toward reopening costs

Collingwood YMCA asks town for $25K toward reopening costs

'We are asking for support from the town for infection prevention and installing an effective air ventilation system in our building,' said CEO Rob Armstrong 
<updated>WATCH:</updated> 20 new schools to be built in 2020-21

WATCH: 20 new schools to be built in 2020-21

Province says this will create nearly 1,600 new student learning spaces
TBM staff working on winter activity plan featuring Tomahawk Golf Course

TBM staff working on winter activity plan featuring Tomahawk Golf Course

TBM is exploring the possibility of opening the golf course and grooming the Georgian Trail to provide more opportunity for outdoor winter activities
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Ashlee can be shy at first

Adopt Me: Ashlee can be shy at first

She is looking for a calm, quiet home without small children
<b>WATCH:</b> Feds to spend $700K to block hate speech online

WATCH: Feds to spend $700K to block hate speech online

Project aims to strengthen the way people respond to online hate speech and create safer online spaces for young Canadians impacted by hate speech
Ontario confirms 821 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 821 new COVID cases today

There are 6,237 active cases in the province
Emergency orders extended until November

Emergency orders extended until November

Extension comes as province continues to battle second wave of COVID-19