The Rainy River District School Board (RRDSB) sent Education Minister Stephen Lecce a letter requesting more funding to secure the enhanced personal protective equipment (PPE) and to support other modifications to remote learning costs.
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TORONTO - Ontario took a step back in its COVID-19 recovery on Saturday as Premier Doug Ford reimposed restrictions on social gatherings across the province in a bid to curb what he described as an “alarming growth” in new cases.
Northwestern Health Unit has received a report of a new positive COVID-19 test result in the Dryden / Red Lake area. According to the provincial school portal, the case has been confirmed as a student in the Golden Learning Centre, in Balmertown. Follow up with the person involved and their contacts has started according to NWHU protocol.
The Fort Frances Nursery School is accepting registration for the new school year after the Ministry of Education gave them the green light to do so last week. The decision comes after they had to close in March because of COVID-19.
Laurel Basaraba, supervisor and a resource teacher, said they went back to original license capacity after it was cut to half due to COVID-19.
The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) is nearing the end of building a storage garage on Butler Ave. located beside the ambulance base.
It has been almost two weeks since students across Ontario went back to in-person classes. Coupled with their return is the change of weather seasons and the possibility of a season flu being mistaken for COVID-19.
The Northwestern Health Unit has more information for parents on what to know if they have a sick child at home.
TORONTO–Parts of Ontario could see another lockdown if the province cannot get a handle on increasing rates of COVID-19, Premier Doug Ford warned Monday as the government reported a daily increase of new cases not seen since early June.
TORONTO - Parents can now access data on COVID-19 outbreaks in Ontario schools and child-care centres through a website launched by the provincial government on Friday.
The province said the website will be updated every weekday and include a summary of cases, as well as more detailed information on where the numbers come from.
Members of the public should have a better idea of what the ice season is going to look like at the Memorial Sports Centre after tonight.
As per reporting in last week's Fort Frances Times, town council is set to receive and make a recommendation on a report from the town's manager of recreation and culture Aaron Bisson at tonight's regular council meeting.
The nights are growing long and dark and there's a cool nip in the air, which can mean only one thing: construction season in Fort Frances is coming to an end.