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Retirement and long-term care homes still facing serious staffing shortage entering into second wave

Retirement and long-term care homes still facing serious staffing shortage entering into second wave

A testing backlog in Ontario has magnified the problem to a 'perfect storm' according to a retirement home executive
Nine new COVID-19 cases in the region

Nine new COVID-19 cases in the region

Active cases are at 153
Ontario could hit 1,000 daily COVID-19 cases in weeks according to modelling

Ontario could hit 1,000 daily COVID-19 cases in weeks according to modelling

The modelling also warns about the risks of increasing occupancy in hospital intensive care units
Across Canada, Sept. 30 is Orange Shirt Day

Across Canada, Sept. 30 is Orange Shirt Day

An initiative that honours Indigenous children sent to residential schools
CEO of truLOCAL changing the game with farm-to-doorstep meat delivery

CEO of truLOCAL changing the game with farm-to-doorstep meat delivery

This Kitchener-based meat subscription service brings beef, chicken and pork to customer's doorsteps every month
WCDSB to hire 10-12 teachers for their virtual school

WCDSB to hire 10-12 teachers for their virtual school

The board is expecting 500 students to go online after Thanksgiving
New COVID-19 case at KidsAbility in Cambridge

New COVID-19 case at KidsAbility in Cambridge

Region of Waterloo Public Health confirmed a staff member at KidsAbility School in Cambridge tested positive
Two Nazi police flags appear in local online auction, swiftly removed by Wellesley company

Two Nazi police flags appear in local online auction, swiftly removed by Wellesley company

The two flags were noticed by a local resident and removed after three bids received – will be destroyed
Good morning, Kitchener!

Good morning, Kitchener!

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On the front lines as COVID-19 surges in Ontario

On the front lines as COVID-19 surges in Ontario

Cases are increasing exponentially. Hospital admissions are beginning to follow them. The doctors who oversee ICUs are nervous. And the public is looking for clear rules they can follow—only those seem to vary by public health unit. - Dr.
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