Donation of N95 masks help ensure readiness if COVID-19 cases soar:Possible second wave of COVID-19 on the mind of front-line health workers
Possible second wave of COVID-19 on the mind of front-line health workers
Flash mob at cenotaph voices opposition to proposed noise bylaw:A flash mob was organized by local business owners to show each other support
A group of local business owners made it loud and clear they oppose a proposed draft noise bylaw in Niagara-on-the-Lake. They stopped their horse-drawn carriage at the cenotaph on Queen Street at 6 p.m. set up some speakers and voiced their oppo
Port Cares hosts 50/50 draw to keep fundraising going during COVID-19:Pandemic puts a $150,000 dent in Port Care budget
With many of its summer fundraisers like SoupFest and the pig roast all scuttled by COVID-19, it’s been a tough year for community fundraising at Port Cares. By launching a new online 50/50 draw, Port Care is hoping to offset some of the usual fund
Pelham council passes temporary face mask bylaw:Council passed the bylaw to allow for the option to require masks in the event the region ends its temporary mask bylaw
Pelham is the third Niagara municipality to pass a temporary face mask bylaw to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
NOTL council hears ‘loud and clear’ opposition to proposed noise bylaw:Town sets aside proposed draft bylaw, looks to better enforce current one
Looks like making a lot of noise did some good for Niagara-on-the-Lake residents and businesses opposed to a proposed draft bylaw targeting noise in town.
LIVE VIDEO: Ontario Premier Doug Ford provides daily update on COVID-19, August 11:Toronto Mayor John Tory joins Premier Doug Ford
Watch Ontario Premier Doug Ford's daily news conference on COVID-19 and the government’s response to the pandemic.
West Lincoln food bank prepares for second wave of COVID-19 and clients:Snacks and Sneakers makes its debut at West Lincoln Community Care
Preparing to head back to school can be an anxious time for families in the best of years. Add in a pandemic and things escalate to a different level.
Funding will help West Lincoln food bank keep food safe:Federal funding for West Lincoln Community Care ensures safe food handling
Walking through the doors of West Lincoln Community Care’s food bank, one’s eyes are immediately drawn to the large row of green totes.
MAP: Tracking confirmed cases of coronavirus in Oakville and Burlington along with Milton and Halton Hills
This interactive map below tracks the confirmed positive COVID-19 cases across Halton Region by municipalities.
West Lincoln beginning to reopen Community Centre:West Lincoln residents will be able to stay active indoors as the community centre reopens for first phase
West Lincoln is taking a phased approach to opening its facilities. Starting on August 10, the township will be “implementing a phased approach for facility hours, amenities, activities, and programs, including new protocols to help create a safe
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