Restaurant patios, retail shops and provincial parks set to open across the north Friday as Ontario emerges from the latest COVID lockdown. The one exception is the Porcupine health unit, which has the highest infection rate in the province.
After several deaths in a short period – her son, her adopted mother, a good friend and her pet dog – Esther Pennell picked up the banjo to help deal with the emotions of deep loss.
The chief of Kashechewan First Nation says the COVID-19 crisis in his community continues to intensify.
Restaurants, bars and some retail shops across Ontario are opening their doors again today.