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<b>LETTER:</b> TC Energy defends pumped storage project

LETTER: TC Energy defends pumped storage project

In response to a previous letter writer, the proponent of the proposed storage facility addresses four points of criticism
Home sales totalled $445M in region last month

Home sales totalled $445M in region last month

More than 100 per cent increase in dollar value and almost 60 per cent increase in number of units sold in September 2020 compared to the same time in 2019
43 new COVID cases, 2 deaths reported by Simcoe Muskoka health unit today

43 new COVID cases, 2 deaths reported by Simcoe Muskoka health unit today

There are single cases reported in Wasaga Beach and Clearview
'Chilling' downtown tradition continues, with a few changes

'Chilling' downtown tradition continues, with a few changes

Trick-or-Treating at local businesses has been cancelled, but Black Harvest events run Oct. 28 to 31
<b>WATCH:</b> Province to expand digital services with new action plan

WATCH: Province to expand digital services with new action plan

Announcement comes as province battles 2nd wave of COVID-19
Here's what COVID-19 trick-or-treating looks like according to Ontario's top docs

Here's what COVID-19 trick-or-treating looks like according to Ontario's top docs

Halloween will require some extra precautions this year, suggest public health officials
Three COVID-19 cases confirmed at Grey Highlands school

Three COVID-19 cases confirmed at Grey Highlands school

The Grey Bruce Health Unit has confirmed three students from Osprey Central School in Maxwell have tested positive for COVID-19
Ontario confirms 704 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 704 new COVID cases today

There are 6,047 active, lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the province
Video: Black Bellows Brewing Co. serving up more than pints

Video: Black Bellows Brewing Co. serving up more than pints

On this episode of What's Your Dish we visit Black Bellows Brewing Co. located at 40 Simcoe St.
<b>COVID-19:</b> Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, StatCan says

COVID-19: Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, StatCan says

The survey found that 34 of Canadians also spent more on their home and mobile internet connections to maximize the use of this technology