COVID-19 restrictions

Cottage rentals and overnight camping return for Step 1 of Ontario’s reopening plan

The Ontario government has announced that as of 12:01 a.m. on Friday, June 11, the province will move into Step 1 of its economic reopening plan. The move to Step 1 has been pushed three days ahead of schedule due to the province’s vaccination rate and declining number of COVID-19 cases. “Thanks to the ongoing … Continued

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Symphony capping off 49th season with free virtual concert Saturday

The Georgian Bay Symphony will be closing out its 49th season Saturday night with a free virtual concert as planning continues to stage a hybrid 50th season in 2021-22 featuring both digital and live concerts. Saturday’s event will be streamed at 7 p.m. on the symphony’s YouTube channel and will include works by Vivaldi, Mozart […]

Judge orders Aylmer’s defiant Church of God locked, fines pastors

The doors of Aylmer’s Church of God are getting padlocks. After weeks of flouting Ontario’s emergency public-health laws with far-too-large Sunday services, Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas had little choice Friday but to order the controversial Elgin County church locked up until Ontario’s pandemic restrictions are loosened. In addition, the church corporation has been fined […]

Deonandan: How Ontario fell for the ‘balanced’ COVID response myth

Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists The problem, simply, is exponential growth. Most of us do not understand it. In a pandemic, that failure of understanding is our undoing. Author of the article: Special to the Postmedia Network Solicitor-General Sylvia Jones speaks last fall, when no politician was contemplating a third wave this spring. SunMedia Article content…

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