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Special Report PM Edition – April 1st

Join Colette Linden, Dani Dupuis, and Chris Oldcorn on weekdays at 8AM and 1PM for continuing Special Reports amid the COVID-19 Crisis.  Follow Chris on...

Police Urge Young People Not to Gather at Local Schools

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service has recently received reports of young people gathering at local schools. Due to the state of Emergency in Ontario,...

City hosts third conference call for local businesses to discuss support during COVID-19...

The City of Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development and Tourism and Community Development teams will host its third business conference call. The call will...

A Burlington Hospital Prepares a Wing for Expected Surge in COVID-19 Patients

A hospital in Burlington, Ont., is building a temporary COVID-19 unit in anticipation of a surge of patients. Joseph Brant Hospital says the structure being...

Parliament may need to be recalled again to approve wage subsidy program

OTTAWA — Canadians are supposed to get more details today of the federal government's massive emergency wage subsidy program — a day later than promised. Finance...

New ventilators promised in days as industrial response to COVID-19 kicks in

OTTAWA — Hundreds of ventilators are now in production as part of the federal government's efforts to shore up national stockpiles of crucial equipment...

Ontario reports 260 more COVID-19 cases; provincial total at 1,966

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 260 more COVID-19 cases today, for a total of nearly 2,000 in the province. It's an increase of 15 per cent...
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Evacutations should still encompass social distancing

The spread of COVID-19 has residents in the community practicing social distancing. Sault Ste. Marie Fire Services encourages members of the community to continue...

All Outdoor Recreational Amenities across Province Now Closed

In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep people home, the Government of Ontario has extended the Declaration of Emergency and...

Ottawa provides relief to airports as revenues plunge due to COVID-19

OTTAWA — The federal government is waiving the monthly rent paid by airport authorities to Ottawa for the rest of the year as revenues...

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