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Another seven COVID-19 cases have been reported in health-care workers living in Grey-Bruce. A total of 435 cases of the virus have now been reported in health-care workers in the region since the pandemic began, according to the Grey Bruce Health Unit’s Situation Report on Friday, which includes case counts and vaccine data up to […]
A dedicated proactive policing unit is back on the city’s streets. The Owen Sound Police Service has revived its Community Oriented Response (CORE) Unit, disbanded several years ago due to staffing shortages. Police Chief Craig Ambrose said a decision late last year to add two more full-time officers to the department’s roster paved the way […]
SARNIA – A father who encouraged his family to ignore border testing rules when returning from the U.S. to Canada at the Sarnia-area crossing has been slapped with a $1,500 fine.
By Bernie Azure, Char-Koosta News
This article is part of a collaboration between The Char-Koosta News and Great Lakes Now at Detroit Public Television. Our partnership brings readers stories about issues of, research about and solutions to the invasive mussel problem – a challenge that’s shared by communities around Flathead Lake, its nearby waters and the Great Lakes.
The Town of the Blue Mountains and Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care have teamed up for what they’re calling an innovative partnership aimed at adding 160 new long-term care beds and attainable housing in the area. The ministry and municipality will try to chip away at two housing crises with one stone by packaging the […]