Blackburn News has compiled the basic information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from Ontario’s Ministry of Health.
Basketball may be the next major sport to head back to action following a pandemic-related pause.
The medical officer of health in Chatham-Kent is keeping a close eye on a couple of contentious health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic but is optimistic about a possible vaccine to get us back closer to normal.
Ontario’s young people, many facing obstacles to opportunity intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic, now have an advocate.
Public health officials in London and Middlesex County are reporting another COVID-19 related death, the third day in a row the virus has claimed a life in the region.
The President of Sarnia-Lambton’s Real Estate Board says they’re doing what they can to get homes back on the market.
A march in Chatham to show solidarity with the fight against systemic discrimination, anti-black racism, and police brutality will be allowed to go ahead even though it violates provincial COVID-19 emergency orders.
The Township of Perth East Council decided to cancel summer day camp and PERC pool operations for the 2020 season.
It will be different than what patients are use to, but hospitals in London and St. Thomas are moving forward with the gradual resumption of clinical services, including elective surgeries put off due to COVID-19.
A well-known face in the municipality is giving back to others after recovering from COVID-19.
“When Leonard Rodrigues got sick, the family experienced barrier after barrier in accessing appropriate care,” said Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.