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Timmins long-term care home employee tests positive for COVID-19: health unit

Timmins long-term care home employee tests positive for COVID-19: health unit

There are now 34 confirmed cases in the region
Six sent home after COVID-19 case at Lac des Iles Mine

Six sent home after COVID-19 case at Lac des Iles Mine

One employee, who tested positive for COVID-19, was on site between March 29 and April 4 and is now at home in self-quarantine; his fellow crew members were sent home to self-isolate.
Kirkland Lake students launch newscast to stay connected during school closures

Kirkland Lake students launch newscast to stay connected during school closures

It also looks at how students are passing the time in quarantine
Ontario Northland Transportation Commission has a new boss

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission has a new boss

The transfer allows the province to centralize oversight of government agencies that deliver public transportation and create opportunities to improve services says a government news release
Province announces major funding to help curb domestic violence during COVID-19 outbreak

Province announces major funding to help curb domestic violence during COVID-19 outbreak

Ontario Strengthening Victim Services in Nipissing
Lack of dining and washroom facilities creates 'nightmare' for truckers <b>(3 Photos)</b>

Lack of dining and washroom facilities creates 'nightmare' for truckers (3 Photos)

Truckers in Thunder Bay say new complications related to COVID-19 are making a difficult job even more stressful
'Drive-by blessings' keep Palm Sunday spirit alive in Thunder Bay

'Drive-by blessings' keep Palm Sunday spirit alive in Thunder Bay

St. Paul’s Anglican Church uses some unusual methods to maintain Holy Week tradition
Timmins bylaw officers heading to grocery stores to enforce COVID-19 shopping rules

Timmins bylaw officers heading to grocery stores to enforce COVID-19 shopping rules

An individual at the Monteith Correction Centre has tested positive
First Nations hit by mercury poisoning to get treatment centres

First Nations hit by mercury poisoning to get treatment centres

Grassy Narrows and Whitedog First Nations receive funding commitments from federal government
Timmins declares state of emergency, local worst-case scenario numbers released

Timmins declares state of emergency, local worst-case scenario numbers released

It's already in effect