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TORONTO — The Ontario government has issued an emergency order to temporarily pause the enforcement of residential evictions and ensure people are not forced to leave their homes during the provincial declaration of emergency and while the stay-at-home-order is in force.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind the motoring public to practice safe winter driving habits. Snow and freezing temperatures will create some hazardous driving conditions.
With the recent influx of positive COVID-19 cases across the Rainy River District, Riverside Health Care has become aware of two new positive cases within our continuum of care. One case has been identified as a staff member at LaVerendrye General Hospital and the other is a resident of our long-term care home in Fort Frances.
Do you file your taxes on paper? Due to COVID-19, paper filing may delay your assessment
No matter how you file your return, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) strives to ensure we process your tax return in a timely manner and get your refund to you quickly.
Covid-19 Restriction limit to 5 people effective January 14, 2021
The Northwestern Health Unit has declared an outbreak at the Pathways Atelier Day Care in Fort Frances, located in St Mary School, and has issued a closure order. The facility has been closed. An outbreak in a day care is declared when there is one or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 associated with the facility.
Due to the increase in cases of COVID-19 in Fort Frances this weekend, and in collaboration with School Board partners, the Medical Officer of Health for the Northwestern Health Unit, Dr. Kit Young-Hoon, is recommending that Fort Frances schools delay in person learning for an additional two week period, January 11-15 and January 18-22.
The Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre is pleased to announce that Curbside delivery will once again be available next week. Curbside delivery hours are: