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New Director of Wellness and Inclusion appointed at the CSC Nouvelon

The Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Michelle Cotnoir as Director of Wellness and Inclusion. Ms. Cotnoir brings her educational training in administrative management and relevant experience in the field of social services and education to the position, which she will take up on April 19, 2021.   Michelle Cotnoir began her career at ...

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Statement from Premier Ford on the Death of Prince Philip

Today, Premier Doug Ford issued the following statement on the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: “I am saddened to hear about the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. On behalf of all Ontarians, we send our deepest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and the entire Royal Family. Prince ...

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Marathon OPP – Investigate possible inappropriate relations, charges laid

On Monday, March 29, 2021 officers of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Marathon Detachment received a report of possible inappropriate relations between a Youth and a 27 year old in Marathon, ON. An investigation was conducted and as a result, Alexander MORGAN, a 27-year-old from Marathon, ON has been charged with: Adult Sexual Interference. CC Sec151 Adult Possession of Child ...

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Heavy Rain – Manitouwadge – Hornepayne

Special weather statement in effect for: Geraldton – Longlac – Caramat Manitouwadge – Hornepayne Rain, at times heavy, is expected today through Thursday for Manitouwadge & Hornepayne. A slow-moving area of low pressure over the central United States will bring an extended period of rain to parts of northern Ontario. Because the ground is still frozen, there may be more ...

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14 cases & 3 deaths – Marathon Council votes to ask for Enough Vaccine to complete 1st shot for 2,200

Marathon Municipal Council held a special meeting today and voted unanimously to ask that their community, immediately receive enough vaccine to give first doses to its remaining 2,200 eligible adults; then four weeks later enough to complete the mass immunization of the community. At the time of this report, there are 14 active COVID-19 cases in Marathon (population of 3,273 ...

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Individual at St. Mary’s College Tests Positive for COVID-19

This afternoon, Algoma Public Health (APH) advised the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board that one individual at St. Mary’s College (SMC) has tested positive for COVID-19. The date of concern is Thursday, April 1, 2021. The individual is a close contact of a confirmed case. All those from SMC who are considered high risk have been contacted. On the advice ...

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L’Ontario étend la prise de rendez-vous pour la vaccination contre la COVID-19 à d’autres groupes d’âge

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario étend la prise de rendez-vous pour la vaccination contre la COVID-19 à un plus grand nombre de groupes d’âge au moyen de son système provincial de prise de rendez-vous dans 10 circonscriptions sanitaires, le vendredi 2 avril 2021. À compter de 8 h, l’admissibilité aux rendez-vous pour la vaccination contre la COVID-19 dans les cliniques de vaccination de masse ...

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Ontario Extends COVID-19 Vaccination Booking to More Age Groups

The Ontario government is extending booking for COVID-19 vaccination appointments to more age groups through its provincial booking system in 10 public health units on Friday, April 2, 2021. As of 8:00 a.m. booking eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination appointments at mass immunization clinics will extend to more Ontarians in the following regions: Individuals aged 60 and over: Toronto Public Health; and Peel ...

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Nouvelle prolongation de la fermeture des écoles du CSC Nouvelon dans le district de Sudbury

La santé et la sécurité des élèves et des employés demeurent la priorité du Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon. Sur les conseils de Santé publique Sudbury et districts, les écoles élémentaires et secondaires du Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon dans le Grand Sudbury, Sudbury Est et Espanola demeureront fermées jusqu’au vendredi 9 avril 2021. La semaine suivante, soit du lundi 12 au ...

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CSC Nouvelon schools in District of Sudbury to remain closed

The health and safety of students and employees remain CSC Nouvelon’s top priority. On the advice of public Health Sudbury & Districts, all elementary and secondary schools from the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon located in Sudbury East, Greater Sudbury and Espanola will remain closed until Friday, April 9, 2021. The following week, from Monday, April 12, to Friday, April 16, ...

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Poor roads cost Canadians $3 billion annually: CAA study

Canadians are paying $3 billion every year in higher vehicle operating costs due to poor road infrastructure, says a new study by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA). “Canada’s roads are vital for commuters, business and connecting communities,” says Ian Jack, vice-president of public affairs, CAA National. “This study shows for the first time the hidden cost to drivers of below-average ...

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Ontario’s doctors: “It’s time for one step back”

Ontario’s doctors are calling for every region in the province to go back one stage in the government’s colour-coded pandemic framework to stop the worrying increase in COVID-19. The Ontario Medical Association expressed concern about the spread of COVID and the increase in hospitalizations, especially to intensive care units. Yet at the same time, more people are traveling, including to ...

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Ontario Supports the Tourism and Hospitality Sectors during COVID-19

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The Ontario government is providing an estimated $100 million for a new one-time Ontario Tourism and Hospitality Small Business Support Grant and $100 million for a new one-time recovery program. This significant investment is part of the 2021 Budget, Ontario’s Action Plan: Protecting People’s Health & Our Economy, and will support the province’s tourism industry as it recovers from the impacts ...

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L’Ontario soutient les secteurs du tourisme et de l’accueil durant la COVID-19

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario versera environ 100 millions de dollars pour la nouvelle Subvention ontarienne pour le soutien aux petites entreprises du secteur du tourisme et de l’accueil, une subvention unique, et 100 millions de dollars pour un nouveau programme de relance ponctuel. Cet investissement important fait partie du Budget de 2021, Plan d’action de l’Ontario : Protéger la santé de ...

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