The Upper Grand District School Board is bringing back the Umbrella project to promote positive mental health
Ontario’s Health Minister is advising restaurants and other non-essential businesses to call the police if they feel threatened while enforcing the province’s new vaccine policy.
Though Grey-Bruce’s COVID-19 case count grew by seven Monday, overall the area continues to limit the spread of the pandemic virus, the medical officer of health said Monday. Four new cases had been high-risk contacts of people the health unit was following and the other three weren’t high-risk contacts of known cases, Dr. Ian Arra […]
The number of high-risk COVID contacts spiked by nearly 50 people in the Grey Bruce Health Unit’s daily COVID-19 update Friday, though just two new confirmed cases were reported. The health unit reported two more COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the number of active cases in both counties to 20. The latest confirmed cases were from […]
Ontario will do doing everything possible to keep kids in class throughout the school year, Education Minister Stephen Lecce says. As students at the last major school boards head back to class Thursday, the minister said the province’s top public health doctor believes the improvements in ventilation and other public health measures will ensure schools […]
The Bruce Grey Catholic School Board has announced a provincially led pilot project for a COVID-19 testing strategy in targeted secondary schools.
As more than 100,000 London-area students start a new school year Tuesday, amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s unfolding fourth wave, they’ll see familiar safety measures and changes, too, from return of sports and clubs to resumption of full-time in-person learning in high schools.
Del Duca was talking with members of the local Liberal team as well as area farmers at the home of Huron-Bruce provincial candidate Shelley Blackmore in Howick.
The Upper Grand District School Board is developing their strategy and protocol to require all UGDSB staff, Trustees, and visitors to disclose and provide proof of vaccination status.
A new school year is just around the corner and with it feelings of excitement and apprehension. The majority of students in Grey-Bruce will return to in-person learning on Sept. 7, the Tuesday after Labour Day Monday. The Ministry of Education, earlier this month, released a 26-page back-to-school guide. The document laid out a back-to-school […]
The Huron County Food Distribution Centre had to repair its delivery truck.
The Upper Grand District School Board is working to ensure a safe learning and working environment as schools reopen.
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