By Doug Kennedy What a week in Canadian sports. It was hard on the remote, flipping between the Blue Jays and the new tennis sensation from Laval, Quebec, Laylah … Continue reading A great week for Canadian sports fans
A backyard trampoline was a summertime hit for a family of red foxes. Michelle Bobechko became a daily host to a group of baby red foxes, or kits, in her backyard in Vaughan, Ontario. The kits pounced and play-fought on her trampoline under the watchful eye of an adult fox. The experience showcased how even … Continued
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The special weather statements issued because of poor air quality and visibility, and that brilliant orange sunrise you witnessed earlier this month? You can thank one of the worst wildfire seasons we’ve ever had. Haze and smoke from fires in northern Ontario continue to reduce visibility across Ontario’s cottage country and urban areas. As of … Continued
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Outdoor recreational amenities including golf courses and tennis courts will reopen Saturday in Ontario. Outdoor gathering limits will expand to five people. Premier Doug Ford made the announcement during a press conference Thursday afternoon while revealing a three-step “roadmap to reopening”. The gradual approach to reopening lessens restrictions as vaccinations in the adult population increase. […]
Outdoor facilities like golf courses and tennis courts in Ontario will be allowed to reopen this Saturday, May 22, 2021.
Encouraging trends in Ontario with the COVID-19 pandemic could mean a return to some form of normal this summer.
The letter notes the the “alarming studies and reports emerging about the mental and physical well-being of adults”
On May 13, the Ontario government announced that the province’s stay-at-home order would be extended until June 2. While this comes as no surprise, considering Ontario’s COVID-19 case numbers are still in the thousands, it does put a damper on people’s Victoria Day long weekend plans. For anyone looking to get some outdoor time, you … Continued
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City hall urged pandemic-weary Londoners on Thursday to not forget the restrictions in place to help curb the spread of COVID-19. “With the stay-at-home order in effect for a number weeks now, our officers will not refrain from issuing fines where violations are observed,” the city’s bylaw boss, Orest Katolyk, said in a statement.
A Tillsonburg golf course that defied provincial lockdown regulations – and was charged for doing so – is closing. In an unsigned statement on its website, the team at the Bridges at Tillsonburg said it is shutting down operations. “The threats and fines have adversely affected our ability to continue playing golf safely,” the statement…
A Tillsonburg golf course that has defied provincial lockdown restrictions was slapped with more charges Saturday, police say. The Bridges of Tillsonburg Golf Club is charged with two counts of failing to comply with the Reopening Ontario Act, the OPP said Saturday. The golf course had been charged with the same infraction Thursday. Five people…
Article content Provincial police have laid charges against a Tillsonburg golf course that opened over the weekend in defiance of Ontario’s stay-at-home orders. The Bridges at Tillsonburg Golf Course is charged under the Ontario Reopening Act for failing to adhere to the province’s emergency rules, Oxford OPP announced late Thursday. The matter is scheduled to…
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