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Ontario reports 89 more COVID-linked deaths over last 3 weeks
Ontario on Wednesday reported the deaths of 89 more people with COVID-19, which the province says happened over the last three weeks.
Unique snow art welcomes curlers to Thunder Bay for Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Those flying into Thunder Bay for the national women's curling championships this week were greeted by unique signs in the snow welcoming them to the city.
Are grocery stores running out of food? Here's what's really going on
The state of Canadian grocery store shelves has become something of a national obsession in recent weeks. While it's misleading to suggest the country is somehow running out of food, there are a lot of empty shelves right now. Here's why consumers should expect that to continue for a while yet.
Ontario's solicitor general requests investigation into Thunder Bay police leadership
Solicitor General Sylvia Jones has requested that the Ontario Civilian Police Commission investigate Thunder Bay police Chief Sylvie Hauth and Deputy Chief Ryan Hughes, along with the administration of the service.
'I feel forgotten': Patients in Ontario wait for surgeries postponed due to COVID-19
The backlog of health-care services has grown "quite substantially" during the pandemic, but backlogs and wait-lists have been an issue for decades, says one Toronto doctor.
Poor home air quality linked to respiratory health issues for First Nations children, new study finds
Making internationally trained nurses work as PSWs is 'exploitative,' RNAO tells province
Ontario now alone in not signing federal child-care deal, Ford says province 'very close'
Female wartime aircraft builders in Fort William to be celebrated on new website
111 Ontario schools reporting staff and student absence rates above 50%
How the COVID-19 outbreak in Bearskin Lake shows Canada needs to boost crisis response in First Nations
Fort Frances was the 1st Ontario town to ban single-use plastics. So how has it gone?
Canada's nuclear waste body ousted liaison for being 'too much on the side of the community,' lawsuit claims
How restaurant workers in Thunder Bay are weathering the financial strain of COVID-19
Canada planning technological fixes to make crossing the border faster
Ontario reports 3,797 hospitalizations, 56 new deaths
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