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Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's working with its U.S. counterparts to investigate an outbreak of salmonella infections across five provinces
<updated>Sudbury immunologist: </updated>COVID-19 infections likely much higher than official numbers

Sudbury immunologist: COVID-19 infections likely much higher than official numbers

Dr. Alain Simard, an immunologist with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, says asymptomatic carriers are not being tested and do not know they are carrying the coronavirus
Tick tests positive for bacteria that causes Lyme disease

Tick tests positive for bacteria that causes Lyme disease

It’s the second tick to test positive this summer
Only a public inquiry can fix Ontario’s long-term care system, town hall participants told

Only a public inquiry can fix Ontario’s long-term care system, town hall participants told

Pandemic highlighted systemic failures in province’s out-dated system of caring for vulnerable patients
Health Unit not revealing details on cluster of eight new COVID-19 cases

Health Unit not revealing details on cluster of eight new COVID-19 cases

Largest single spike in local COVID cases since pandemic began 
Anti-mask ‘freedom fighters’ in Sudbury sharing tips in private Facebook group

Anti-mask ‘freedom fighters’ in Sudbury sharing tips in private Facebook group

‘“The government is bought out by big pharma and the elite. Put these views aside and stand up together’
Northern Ont. dietitian says federal income assistance should continue so people can afford healthy food

Northern Ont. dietitian says federal income assistance should continue so people can afford healthy food

Food insecurity ultimately causes people have health problems including diabetes, high blood pressure, anxiety and depression
Pandemic pay on the way for Sudbury hospital workers — four months after promised

Pandemic pay on the way for Sudbury hospital workers — four months after promised

Some workers wondering why they still haven’t seen bonus pay promised by Doug Ford
HSN eases hospital visitor restrictions

HSN eases hospital visitor restrictions

‘Designated Care Partners’ will be allowed to accompany a patient in the ER or or who have been admitted
Coalition says LTC staffing was in crisis before COVID-19, is ‘unspeakable’ now

Coalition says LTC staffing was in crisis before COVID-19, is ‘unspeakable’ now

Province needs to resolve ‘staffing emergency,’ says OHC