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Erika Engel

Erika Engel

Erika Engel regularly covers all things Collingwood as a journalist and the editor of CollingwoodToday.ca

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Recent Work by Erika

Mother of abducted woman longs to hug her daughter

Mother of abducted woman longs to hug her daughter

'We are perpetually living in a limbo of emotions,' says mother of Elnaz Hajtamiri, who was abducted a year ago and hasn't been seen or heard from since
Police announce $100K reward for help locating Elnaz Hajtamiri

Police announce $100K reward for help locating Elnaz Hajtamiri

The 37-year-old was abducted from a home in Wasaga Beach one year ago today
Police, MNR investigating dog shooting near Collingwood

Police, MNR investigating dog shooting near Collingwood

No charges have been announced, both police and MNR are conducting a joint investigation
'We're lost:' Couple mourns after beloved dog shot by neighbour

'We're lost:' Couple mourns after beloved dog shot by neighbour

A Nottawa home with an 'oasis' for a backyard now feels like a crime scene for its owners as they are haunted by the 'inhumane' death of their dog
CUPE ends protests; Ford promises to repeal Bill 28

CUPE ends protests; Ford promises to repeal Bill 28

CUPE education workers going back to work tomorrow morning
Ontario COVID wave flattens, cases continue but deaths decrease

Ontario COVID wave flattens, cases continue but deaths decrease

About 8.5% of Ontario's ICU beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients
Ontario opens 4th dose COVID vaccines for all adults

Ontario opens 4th dose COVID vaccines for all adults

Beginning July 14, anyone aged 18 or older can get a second booster shot (4th dose) if it has been 5 months since their last booster
Seventh COVID wave drives up case counts in Ontario

Seventh COVID wave drives up case counts in Ontario

Positivity rates, wastewater indicators, case counts and hospitalizations have increased week-over-week
Ontario wastewater shows increase in virus, COVID stats steady

Ontario wastewater shows increase in virus, COVID stats steady

COVID-19 indicators steady with little increase or decrease over the past few weeks
Ontario COVID cases, deaths, hospitalizations on steady decline

Ontario COVID cases, deaths, hospitalizations on steady decline

6,033 cases confirmed last week, which is less than half the 14,086 confirmed in the first week of May