Monday, Mar 15, 2021

Monday, Mar 15, 2021

Ontario In Third Wave Of COVID-19: OHA
03/15/2021
According to the province’s hospital association, Ontario has entered a third wave of COVID-19.... the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) said that variants of concern are steeply rising and the number of patients in intensive care is trending upwards. According to the dataset, new VOC’s were estimated to make up 49 per cent of cases as of today.... 
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Covid-19: One New Case In Grey Bruce Sunday
03/15/2021
One new Covid case (a Grey Highlands resident) was reported by the Grey Bruce Health Unit on Sunday....The active known case load in the region increased to 17, as several additional confirmed cases were referred to Grey Bruce from another health unit... On vaccination progress: 15,098 doses have been administered in the region to date....
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Online booking portal for COVID vaccines opens
03/15/2021
Ontario residents eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can now use the provincial online booking tool. The online portal opens at 8 Monday morning and anyone who falls into phase one of the provincial vaccination plan (including anyone born in 1941 or earlier, Indigenous adults born 1966 or earlier, frontline health care workers, first responders, residents and staff at long-term care facilities) can book their appointment at their website or call the toll-free number (1-833-943-3900).... 
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Forsenic Financial Investigation Underway Into Saugeen Ojibway Nation Financial Corporation
03/15/2021
An investigation is underway into the finances of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation Financial Corporation. A news release issued by Saugeen First Nation in conjunction with Saugeen Ojibway Nation says the new president of SON Financial Corporation Johnathan Araujo Redbird reviewed the company’s accounts and informed SON Joint Council that expert forensic financial investigations are required.... 
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Report shows more job losses in February in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula region
03/15/2021
Unemployment continues to climb in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula economic corridor. A report from the Four County Labour Market Planning Board showed that unemployment in February bumped up by 0.8 percent to 7.1 percent. The provincial unemployment rate is also up at 9.3 percent (both figures unadjusted for seasonality).... 
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