Nash Dolyny prepares to take a shot at the McIrvine outdoor rink. During the stay-at-home order, the province is encouraging people to still get outside for exercise, but it will look a little different. Outdoor gatherings are limited household members, or to five people from differing households, with masks encouraged when social distancing can't be maintained.
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MPP Greg Rickford attends a funding announcement late last year. The province has cre- ated a number of business supports available to small business, to help offset the costs of doing business during COVID. All of these supports are available on the Ontario website, or contact Rickford’s office to see what programs your business could benefit from.
Weighing six pounds and measuring 19 inches, La Verendrye General Hospital’s first baby of 2021 arrived at 6:39pm on January 2nd, 2021.
Proud parents Tyler and Sharon Yatchuk greeted baby Landyn Michael Daniel Yatchuk 5 weeks ahead of schedule.
Crappies are widely available across Sunset Country but they can be easily exploited under the ice so keep those hot spots to yourself.