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BRUSSELS — From Sydney to Paris, world outrage at George Floyd’s death in the U.S. was growing Tuesday as the European Union’s top diplomat said the bloc was “shocked and appalled” by it and thousands marched in Australia’s largest city.
To kick-off Pride Month, Borderland Pride will hold a special rainbow flag-raising ceremony on Wednesday, June 3 starting at noon.
This ceremony will adhere to social distancing protocols. As such, the public is asked not to attend in person.
A pair of meetings have shed additional light on the possible futures of two pieces of property in town.
Dr. Ian Gemmill, acting medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU), said in a public meeting on Wednesday that although there are no new cases this week, it is important for everyone to keep in their mind the personal protective measures needed to protect themselves.
Emo council has decided to not revisit a resolution presented by Borderland Pride.
For many in our region, summer is synonymous with water sports. However, this is not the case for disabled individuals. Many are forced to sit on the sidelines, unless they have access to specialized, adaptive equipment, at a premium cost.
Tonight’s council meeting will shed some light on how tourism might evolve in Fort Frances.
Two of the region’s four new cases are asymptomatic, according to Ian Gemmill, Acting Medical Officer of Health for the Northwestern Health Unit. These are the first asymptomatic cases for the region, and have forced the NWHU to modify its follow-up strategy.
Even in the time of COVID-19, the town is moving ahead with plans to give two areas in town a new life.