New presumptive case of novel coronavirus in Toronto, health officials say

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TORONTO — Ontario health officials say there's a new presumptive case of the novel coronavirus in Toronto. They say a woman arrived in Canada from...

Cigarette packs with graphic images, blunt warnings are effective: focus groups

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OTTAWA — One image shows a woman's torso with a cigarette being burned into her bladder through underwear. Another depicts a man holding a colostomy bag, adding the words,...

COVID-19: Quebec set to announce progressive return to class for students

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MONTREAL — Quebec will present its plan to get kids back to school and daycare on Monday, outlining the first part of the province's timeline...

Feds commit $305M in additional funds for Indigenous communities during COVID-19

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OTTAWA — The federal government has announced an additional $305 million to help Indigenous Peoples combat COVID-19. Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says the money...

Pointe Des Chenes – City provides info on safety of water

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The closure of Pointe Des Chenes park is partially due to a long drawn out process between the city and Federal government about contaminated...
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Ontario adding 2,000 nurses to the health care system

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New investment will also expand support for clinical education programs in long-term care homes The Ontario government is investing $35 million to increase enrollment in...
Algoma Public Health

APH Parent Child Information Line Now Available

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Algoma Public Health’s IT department has made progress in getting the agency back online. The Parent Child Information Line is now operating. Parent Child Information...
MP Ross Romano

Ontario Supports Launch of Technology That Helps Detect Early Disease Warnings

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TORONTO — The Ontario government is investing over $1.5 million, through the Ontario Together Fund, in Myant Inc. to help commercialize “connected wearables” that can sense,...
Algoma Public Health

Algoma update on COVID-19 and immunizations

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The Algoma district continues in Phase One and is expanding into Phase Two of the provincial roll out of COVID-19 with immunization clinic sites...

COVID-19 threat to First Nations, Inuit communities grows as it eases elsewhere

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OTTAWA — The federal government will be under pressure today to explain what it's doing to prevent COVID-19 from spreading like wildfire through First Nations...
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