Thursday, Apr 15, 2021

Thursday, Apr 15, 2021

Public Health Grey Bruce Reports Dozens Of New COVID-19 Cases Wednesday
04/15/2021
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reported 25 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday afternoon in its daily report, saying “We received 48 new cases in the addition to the 25 new cases with hundreds of additional close contacts.” Of the cases in the daily report, 11 residents of Owen Sound tested positive as well as three in The Blue Mountains, two in Grey Highlands, two in Hanover, two in Meaford, and one each in Arran-Elderslie, Brockton, Huron-Kinloss, South Bruce Peninsula, and West Grey.... there are now 111 active cases, including 25 variants,,, and 498 high-risk contacts associated with the region’s cases.Grey Bruce MOH Says Stay Home As Cases Reach ‘Critical Threshold’... 
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Bluewater School Board concerned about lack of transparency in move to permanent online learning
04/15/2021
Bluewater School Board concerned about lack of transparency in move to permanent online learning. The Bluewater District School Board has some concerns regarding the Province’s plan to make online learning permanent. Board Chair Jane Thomson (Trustee for Northern Bruce Peninsula and South Bruce Peninsula) says the problem she has about this potential move is it that the Ministry of Education have been keeping this mostly under wraps.... 
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Bruce Power directs staff to work from home
04/15/2021
Following the advice of the health unit, Bruce Power is asking its employees to work remotely for the next 48 hours. They have cancelled all simulator, shop and classroom training scheduled for today and tomorrow. The only staff that are being asked to come into work are: All scheduled complement staff, all scheduled maintenance, techs and trades staff and supervisors.... 
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