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Ontario reports more than 200 new cases of COVID-19 for the first time in weeks

Ontario reports more than 200 new cases of COVID-19 for the first time in weeks

Public Health Ontario reports 218 cases, 169 recoveries and three deaths for July 29
Markstay resident angered by decision to print anti-gay rhetoric in community newsletter

Markstay resident angered by decision to print anti-gay rhetoric in community newsletter

Brandy Joly was deeply hurt by the inflammatory opinion included in the municipal newsletter, and by the response she received from municipal leaders when she spoke up
Ready to get weird, Sudbury? Up Here ready for lift-off once again

Ready to get weird, Sudbury? Up Here ready for lift-off once again

Popular summer festival of music, urban art and just general strangeness is back
Two new forest fires confirmed in the north

Two new forest fires confirmed in the north

Of the new fires, one is under control while the other is being observed
Sudbury gas still at 145.9

Sudbury gas still at 145.9

Average Ontario gas price is 134.8
All of those hospitalized with COVID in Peel Region not fully vaccinated: Loh

All of those hospitalized with COVID in Peel Region not fully vaccinated: Loh

He says two thirds of those patients were unvaccinated, and one third had received only one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
Cloudy day with showers and the risk of a thunderstorm

Cloudy day with showers and the risk of a thunderstorm

Expect hazy conditions in the morning and early afternoon
Ontario regions push to boost youth vaccination rate as school-year window closes

Ontario regions push to boost youth vaccination rate as school-year window closes

Some health units using prizes and social media to encourage young people to get the jab
First Nation members walking from Sudbury to Ottawa to push for Indian Act changes

First Nation members walking from Sudbury to Ottawa to push for Indian Act changes

Chipewyan Prairie First Nation trek to Ottawa to 'benefit all Canadians'
New 'passport’ program supports Northern Ont. culinary, hospitality tourism

New 'passport’ program supports Northern Ont. culinary, hospitality tourism

Nine Northern Ontario destinations included in collection spearheaded by Culinary Tourism Alliance