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<b>There are currently no known active cases of COVID-19 in the region</b>

There are currently no known active cases of COVID-19 in the region

Province reports the lowest daily increase in cases since March 30
Nightmare in quarantine as domestic violence numbers rise

Nightmare in quarantine as domestic violence numbers rise

'It has only intensified that risk at this time'
Cannabis retail company eyeing up the Sault as part of province-wide expansion

Cannabis retail company eyeing up the Sault as part of province-wide expansion

Sessions Cannabis to open retail weed store at the corner of Second Line West and Farwell Terrace as early as this summer, pending green light from AGCO
Ontario reports 404 new cases of COVID-19, 8,170 tests

Ontario reports 404 new cases of COVID-19, 8,170 tests

Both the increase in cases, and number of tests completed are the lowest reported in five days
Ontario reports the biggest jump in COVID-19 cases since May 8

Ontario reports the biggest jump in COVID-19 cases since May 8

477 new cases and 16,295 tests logged with this latest update
Ontario reports 412 new cases of COVID-19, 27 deaths

Ontario reports 412 new cases of COVID-19, 27 deaths

There are now 21 active cases in the region, four in the area
Construction delayed on North Bay casino

Construction delayed on North Bay casino

'Looking forward at when we could turn our attention to resuming construction in North Bay, the pressure right now is on reopening (existing casinos) and we still don't have a date for that'
Postal workers dealing with Christmas level parcel rush in May

Postal workers dealing with Christmas level parcel rush in May

'For the past couple of weeks now we have been averaging 50 to 100 parcels per walk, just on foot walk alone'
Emo Mayor defends decision not to declare Pride Month

Emo Mayor defends decision not to declare Pride Month

Mayor Harold McQuaker says Emo is a Christian-based town, but holds nothing against the LGBTQ2 community.
Lac Des Illes Mine to restart after COVID-19 outbreak declared over

Lac Des Illes Mine to restart after COVID-19 outbreak declared over

All 25 COVID-19 cases among workers have been resolved and production is expected to resume on May 26.