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January 22: Some local grocery stores turning away those who can't shop alone

Multiple Kawartha Lakes residents reported being turned away from local grocery stores, notably Loblaws, for not coming to the store. In many cases, ...

January 22: Some local grocery stores turning away those who can't shop alone
January 22: Pandemic possibly linked to healthier police force

The Kawartha Lakes Police Service had to shell out extra cash in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but, interestingly, it wasn't to cover an ...

January 22: Pandemic possibly linked to healthier police force
May 1: A postmorten of Pinecrest - How systemic flaws led to a tragedy at a Bobcaygeon nursing home

Twenty-nine people died during Ontario's first major COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care facility. Who were they? How did their chaotic final weeks ...

May 1: A postmorten of Pinecrest - How systemic flaws led to a tragedy at a Bobcaygeon nursing home
January 21: Kawartha health unit 'ready to go' when region receives COVID-19 vaccine

The Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District (HKPR) Health Unit completed a COVID-19 vaccine program and planned to submit it to Ontario’s health ...

January 21: Kawartha health unit 'ready to go' when region receives COVID-19 vaccine
January 21: TLDSB recognizes no mandatory online training occurred for local teachers

Earlier in January 2021, the local public school board distributed a memo from the Ministry of Education telling parents that all teachers in Ontario ...

January 21: TLDSB recognizes no mandatory online training occurred for local teachers
January 21: Health unit believes schools safe to return during provincial lockdown

Despite hundreds of new COVID-19 cases still being reported across the province daily, the local health unit believed that one of the best places for ...

January 21: Health unit believes schools safe to return during provincial lockdown
January 21: Situation at Caressant Care on McLaughlin Road in Lindsay worsening

The Kawartha Lakes health unit confirmed that there were a total of 33 positive COVID-19 cases at the Caressant Care Long-term home in Lindsay. ...

January 21: Situation at Caressant Care on McLaughlin Road in Lindsay worsening
January 21: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 775, including 342 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 21: Daily COVID Update
January 21: Rude Awakening Granola launches online cooking show

Connie Powers, Rude Awakening Granola owner, looked for ways of connecting to others in their home kitchen during COVID-19 and wanted to share more ...

January 21: Rude Awakening Granola launches online cooking show
January 20: It's 'all hands on deck' as health unit prepares for February vaccine roll out

The Kawartha Lakes health unit has a plan; all that's missing is the COVID-19 vaccine.

January 20: It's 'all hands on deck' as health unit prepares for February vaccine roll out
January 20: Coronavirus outbreak at Caressant Care in Lindsay surges to eight positive cases

As of the morning of January 20, the number of positive cases of coronavirus had grown from four on January 19 to eight. The results were for six ...

January 20: Coronavirus outbreak at Caressant Care in Lindsay surges to eight positive cases
January 20: Kawartha Lakes students back to school Monday

Many parents in Kawartha Lakes were overjoyed to hear that their school-aged children who attended in-person learning before the 2020 Christmas ...

January 20: Kawartha Lakes students back to school Monday
January 20: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 735, including 342 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 20: Daily COVID Update
January 20: Kawartha Lakes residents invited to 'Jump In' to 2021 budget talks

To help keep residents in the loop, the City held a special council meeting on January 26, 2021 to share details on the 2021 budget and residents ...

January 20: Kawartha Lakes residents invited to 'Jump In' to 2021 budget talks
January 19: School board reports show education stressors are piling up

Reports made by multiple Trillium Lakelands District School Board officials indicated a system that, while working hard to provide the best available ...

January 19: School board reports show education stressors are piling up
January 19: Funding available for local horse businesses impacted by COVID-19

A new Equine Hardship Program hoped to give local businesses financial breathing room as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to run full speed ahead.

January 19: Funding available for local horse businesses impacted by COVID-19
January 19: Caressant Care outbreak grows to 4 cases in Lindsay, main streets like ghost towns, and unique contraption helps Fenelon Falls resident

COVID-19 cases grew to four confirmed cases at the Caressant Care Long-Term Care Home in Lindsay. Main streets in Bobcaygeon and Lindsay were ...

January 19: Caressant Care outbreak grows to 4 cases in Lindsay, main streets like ghost towns, and unique contraption helps Fenelon Falls resident
January 19: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 730, including 338 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 19: Daily COVID Update
January 18: Did you receive a benefit like CERB? Here's how to minimize the tax you pay on that

Three tax experts provided advice on how to prepare for the upcoming tax season, and what to expect if someone received the Canada Emergency Response ...

January 18: Did you receive a benefit like CERB? Here's how to minimize the tax you pay on that
January 18: 'Concerning' rise of COVID-19 puts Kawartha hospitals in key support role

The Peterborough Regional Health Centre has started taking patient transfers, while Lindsay's Ross Memorial Hospital has yet to, as both are being ...

January 18: 'Concerning' rise of COVID-19 puts Kawartha hospitals in key support role
January 18: No, freedom of speech won't save a politician's job in Canada - experts

As a citizen, if you have opposing views from the government about COVID-19 restrictions, you have the right to voice those publicly; that's not the ...

January 18: No, freedom of speech won't save a politician's job in Canada - experts
January 18: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. These numbers include January 17 and 18.Confirmed ...

January 18: Daily COVID Update
January 18: Kawartha Lakes Arts Council launches new platform to support arts community

In order to better support its members, the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council developed a strategic digital plan to include a refresh of brand, and the ...

January 18: Kawartha Lakes Arts Council launches new platform to support arts community
January 17: Parents who can't afford internet for online learning still waiting for help promised by the government

A local mother of two felt let down by the education system as she struggled to keep up with her children's schooling without internet access and ...

January 17: Parents who can't afford internet for online learning still waiting for help promised by the government
January 16: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 703, including 329 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 16: Daily COVID Update
January 15: Ode to Lockdown 2.0

Columnist Bruce Gravel offered a little levity to lessen lockdown lassitude with another humourous poem.

January 15: Ode to Lockdown 2.0
January 15: Where's the flu? The health unit explains

As the number of COVID-19 cases continue is accumulate, influenza or the flu seemed oddly absent. Marianne Rock (the local health unit) and Patti ...

January 15: Where's the flu? The health unit explains
January 15: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 691, including 328 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 15: Daily COVID Update
January 14: Police Chief Mark Mitchell reminds people of obligations under stay-at-home order

Kawartha Lakes Police Chief Mark Mitchell asked that the public comply with the province's stay-at-home order as much as possible due to the ongoing ...

January 14: Police Chief Mark Mitchell reminds people of obligations under stay-at-home order
January 14: Will the health unit start breaking down COVID-19 data by local communities?

Possible future changes with respect to COVID-19 data reporting at the local level was anticipated after the local health unit sent a request forward ...

January 14: Will the health unit start breaking down COVID-19 data by local communities?
January 14: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 682, including 328 in Kawartha Lakes, ...

January 14: Daily COVID Update
January 14: Downtown reconstruction - Lindsay accelerates plans given stay-at-home order

The reconstruction of the second section of Kent Street West in downtown Lindsay from Cambridge Street to Victoria Street, originally scheduled for ...

January 14: Downtown reconstruction - Lindsay accelerates plans given stay-at-home order
January 13: 'We're in the queue' - First local batch of COVID-19

Medical officer of Public Health Dr. Ian Gemmill talked vaccine rollout, LTC priorities in Phase 1 and Phase 2 starting in the spring and summer ...

January 13: 'We're in the queue' - First local batch of COVID-19
Oakville Beaver, 28 Nov 2019

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Oakville Beaver, 28 Nov 2019
January 13: City services affected during the Second Lockdown

The City of Kawartha Lakes issued a press release outlining those city services affected by the province's second lockdown in January 2021. ...

January 13: City services affected during the Second Lockdown
Oakville Beaver, 21 Nov 2019

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Oakville Beaver, 21 Nov 2019
January 13: Special needs students take advantage of option to stay in school

Area school boards saw more than 500 students return to in-class studies after the 2020 holiday break while the province extended online learning ...

January 13: Special needs students take advantage of option to stay in school
January 13: Residents of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, and Haliburton urged to adhere to stay-at-home order

The acting medical officer of health for the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit expected every person to adhere to the ...

January 13: Residents of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, and Haliburton urged to adhere to stay-at-home order
Oakville Beaver, 7 Nov 2019

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Oakville Beaver, 7 Nov 2019
Oakville Beaver, 14 Nov 2019

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Oakville Beaver, 14 Nov 2019
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