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COVID-19 cases and deaths down in Ontario from week before
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COVID-19 cases and deaths down in Ontario from week before

Public Health Ontario says COVID-19 cases and deaths are down in the most recent week of data available, but outbreaks in nursing homes are on the rise. The agency says there were 6,968 cases of COVID-19 recorded during the week of Sept. 4 to 10, compared to 8,175 the previous week.There were 54 deaths in the latest week of data, and 70 deaths the week before. Trending Stories The agency says there were 47 long-term care homes in outbreak compared to 30 the week prior.Public Health Ontario says there was a notable increase in hospitalizations for infants under one year old, from 17 children that week compared to eight the week prior. Story continues below advertisement It says the overall per cent positivity is in the moderate range a...
Move, Sip, Chomp with KJ’s Transformation Fitness in Carlisle
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Move, Sip, Chomp with KJ’s Transformation Fitness in Carlisle

Live your best and healthiest life. Do just that with the help of Kaley Metler thanks to KJ's Transformation Fitness, which is hosting new opportunities for residents to get physical this month.On Saturday, Sept. 17, the business will host a Move, Sip, Chomp event at the Carlisle Cider Company, located at 1453 Milburough Town Line, where participants will share in a workout experience and enjoy some cider. It runs from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.“We’ve done quite a few of these now,” said Metler, noting that the event includes a demonstration of a walk fit session or bootcamp, depending on participants' preference.“We like to show our different classes within the event,” said My Full Time Athlete's Brittany Berezowski, who teams up with Metler for classes and events. Metler has run her fitnes...
Germany’s Chancellor to visit Canada, discuss partnership opportunities: PMO – National
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Germany’s Chancellor to visit Canada, discuss partnership opportunities: PMO – National

The Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, will visit Montréal, Toronto and Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, from Aug. 21 to 23 in an effort to “strengthen the relationship and create jobs”, according to a statement from the prime minister’s office released Saturday. During the visit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he and Scholz will be addressing the global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and discuss ways the two countries can work together to accelerate the global transition to clean energy, through the use of “clean hydrogen and critical minerals.” Read more: Trudeau and family head to Costa Rica for 2-week vacation “Germany and Canada are close friends on the world stage. We are tied by our shared commitments to democracy, peace and secur...
Fatal motorcycle collision in St. Thomas, Ont. Thursday – London
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Fatal motorcycle collision in St. Thomas, Ont. Thursday – London

One person is dead following a motorcycle collision in St. Thomas, Ont., Thursday night. At 8:30 p.m., Elgin County OPP responded to a report of a collision at the intersection of Elm Street and Coulter Avenue. Read more: West Region OPP stress importance of motorcycle safety amid jump in fatal collisions According to police, the motorcyclist was travelling westbound on Elm Street when it collided with an SUV turning left onto Coulter Avenue.The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. Trending Stories Condom use can be a condition of consent in sexual assault cases, Supreme Court rules Exclusive: Ukrainian comm...