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Christine Elliott   Lake Superior NewsSeptember 19th:   Christine Elliott Ontario is reporting 407 cases of #COVID19 as nearly 39,000 tests were completed, a new provincial record. Locally, there are 129 new cases in Toronto with 94 in Peel and 55 in Ottawa. 71% of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.
In response to growing demand for testing, Ontario Health has increased capacity at eight assessment centres across Toronto, Peel and Ottawa with seven pop-ups launched in the regions and more coming to help increase access and cut down wait times.
There’s a small increase in hospitalizations today as ICU admissions and the number of patients on ventilators remains stable. Dr. Yaffe, our Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health says, the data tells us that the recent uptick is the result of private social gatherings. We all have a role in stopping the spread of #COVID19.

 https://covid-19.ontario.ca/

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#Cases
/Deaths 
Hospitalized
Todate 
Sudbury Health Sept 16th 101/2  
Algoma Health Sept 318th 30/0  
TBay Healh Sept 17th 104/1 10
Nortwest Health Sept 18th  47/? 1
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August 13th  6/0  


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THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  December 2, 2019  (LSN) The waterfront skating rink at Prince Arthur’s Landing is now officially open for the season. Residents and visitors of all ages and abilities are encouraged to come to the waterfront to enjoy the rink and the many other winter activities and amenities available this season. 

“The skating rink is now open for all to enjoy,” said Carlee Hakenson, Events & Waterfront Services Developer. “I encourage the community to come down to Prince Arthur’s Landing with their families and friends for fun-filled days on the waterfront this winter season!”  
 
Along with the popular skating rink, there are many other activities to participate in at the waterfront this winter. Visit Prince Arthur’s Landing to enjoy the scenic trails; programs at the Baggage Building Arts Centre; Winter FunDay activities every Sunday from December 22 to March 8, and the City’s signature Family Day event, SnowDay on the Waterfront. SnowDay will take place over two days this year on Sunday, February 16 and Monday, February 17. 
 
The Skating Rink and Water Garden Pavilion are open daily from 11 am to 9 pm. 

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