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Several Store Brand Pain Or Sinus Relief Drugs Recalled Because Of A Labelling Issue

Vita Health Products is voluntarily recalling several store-brand (Care+, Exact, Life, and Pharmasave) over-the-counter drugs used for pain or sinus relief because of a labelling issue. Consumers may be unable to peel open the wrap-around label on the bottle to

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RVH Seeks Patient & Family Advisors

Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) has a commitment to provide the best, patient-centred care possible and one of the many ways the health centre achieves this is through its Patient Family Advisory Council (PFAC).   “The most important voice

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OPP Provide Update To Shots Fired In Essa Township

On Sunday, the 28th of October 2018, at 11:45 p.m., shots were fired into two occupied residences on Admiral Crescent, Village of Angus, Essa Township. Fortunately no injuries are reported.   This event has had a significant negative impact on

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Lakehead University Offering Opportunity To Talk About Suicide

Lakehead University Orillia is offering an opportunity for the campus and community to talk about suicide through safeTALK. The safeTALK workshop aims to reduce the stigma that prevents society from talking about suicide. safeTALK teaches participants to identify people at

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Innisfil Residents Win $1,695,871 Lottario Prize

Congratulations to John and Gracia Fulton of Innisfil for winning $1,695,871.60 in the October 27, 2018 Lottario draw. The winning ticket was purchased at Jean’s Variety on Innisfil Beach Road in Innisfil.

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New Streamlined Scheduling And Registration Process Takes Effect December 3rd At OSMH

Patients arriving for appointments at OSMH will be registered through a new centralized intake process starting Monday, December 3rd.   The change is designed to enhance the patient experience, improve data quality, increase efficiency and standardize processes. The biggest change for

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Public Health Confirms Blacklegged Ticks Found In York Region

The Regional Municipality of York fall tick surveillance results confirm blacklegged ticks are present in the vicinity of the Boyd Conservation Area and Kortright Conservation Area in the City of Vaughan. The ticks will be sent to the National Microbiology

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Lowe’s Will Close 31 Locations In Canada Including Some Rona Stores

Lowe’s announced today the wind-down of certain underperforming store locations as part of its ongoing strategic reassessment. To focus on its most profitable stores and improve the overall health of its store portfolio, the company will close 20 U.S. stores

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Government Will Exempt Royal Canadian Legion Branches In Ontario From Paying Property Tax

The Ontario Government reiterated its commitment to ease the burden on Ontario’s Royal Canadian Legion halls by ensuring they pay no property tax and looks forward to tabling legislation shortly.   The Royal Canadian Legion offers vitally important services for

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Exhibit Your Business At The 2019 Muskoka Builders’ Association Home And Cottage Show

The  Muskoka Builders’ Association is very excited to be organizing the 28th Annual Muskoka Builders’ Association Home and Cottage Show, including for the 2nd year running the new Upstairs Craft Show.  It will take place at the Gravenhurst Centennial Centre

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Janes Pub Style Chicken Strips Recalled Due To Salmonella

Sofina Foods is recalling Janes Pub Style Chicken Strips due to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled product described below. Recalled products Brand Name Common Name Size Code(s) on Product UPC Janes Pub Style Chicken Strips –

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Bradford Man Charged After Pretending To Be A Cop At A Bar

A 68-year-old Bradford man is facing several weapons-related charges after a customer at a bar claimed to be a police officer and had what looked like a handgun. On November 1, 2018 at 12:30 p.m., South Simcoe Police  were called

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Winter Overnight Parking Restrictions In Effect As Of November 15

Winter overnight parking restrictions will be in effect between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. as of November 15, 2018 until April 15, 2019. Parking restrictions will be enforced regardless of the current weather or road conditions during this time period.

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OPP To Hand Out Positive Tickets For Hot Beverages At Circle K During Operation Heat

OPP Officers in communities across the province will be on the lookout for youth demonstrating acts of kindness and exhibiting positive behaviour. The provincial Operation Heat launch took place in Midland in support of this year’s provincial Crime Prevention Week, which

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Blacklegged Ticks Identified In Simcoe County

Public Health Ontario’s Lyme Disease Map, which outlines estimated risk areas where blacklegged ticks have been found, is anticipated to include a second area within Simcoe Muskoka next year.   During the spring and fall of this year, tick dragging

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