COVID-19 in Algoma

APH confirms new cases as active count notes minute increase

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Algoma Public Health reported ten (10) new cases of COVID-19 and a negligible increase of one (1) to the active count for a final...

Your Child needs a Helmet – It’s the law, and these people want to...

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Soo Helmets on Kids wants to remind everyone that helmets save lives and wearing them is the law. With the onset of summertime weather and...
COVID-19 in Algoma

APH reporting new cases and continued decline in active count

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On Wednesday Algoma Public Health reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 and a decrease of five (5) to the active count, dropping the total...

Support Women in Crisis Algoma while enjoying a night of food, drinks and inspiring...

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Local women leaders and entrepreneurs are coming together to host The Empowered Women’s Event at Crimson Ridge. The fundraising event, which takes place on...

Two new suspected cases, one probable case of monkeypox in Toronto: health agency

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Toronto Public Health says there are two new suspected cases of monkeypox in the city, as well as one probable case of the virus...

Ontario Autism Coalition demonstration planned

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The Sault Ste. Marie branch of the Ontario Autism Coalition invites all local residents to join in a Day of Action. Join the Autism Coalition...
COVID-19 in Algoma

Data clean up over long weekend shows active count dropping below 100

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As previously reported, Algoma Public Health is no longer updating COVID-19 related data on weekends and holidays. Correspondingly, on Tuesday the health agency is confirming...

Northern Credit Union is bringing fun and smiles to the 23rd Annual Run the...

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Northern Credit Union is partnering with The Shoe Fits to bring fun and smiles to the 23rd Annual Run the Great Lakes fundraiser run The...

Cystic Fibrosis SSM is walking again this year to make CF History

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Leah Senecal, Co-Walk Coordinator for Cystic Fibrosis Canada's Sault Ste. Marie chapter, is a busy lady, particularly this week as the local chapter of...

Toronto health authorities investigate first suspected monkeypox case

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Toronto Public Health says it is investigating Ontario's first suspected case of monkeypox. Health officials say the case is a man in his 40s who...
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