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  • March 25: 'Needed relief' - Ontario announces $17B to fight coronavirus crisis
    Clysdale, Taylor, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020     The Ontario government didn't hold back in dealing with the impacts of COVID-19, promising to spend $17 billion, increasing the provincial deficit from $6.4 billion to $20.5 billion. This was part of the announcement made Wednesday, March 25, 2020 as $17 billion was spent on emergency aid to deal with ...
    Clysdale, Taylor, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020   The Ontario government didn't hold back in dealing with the impacts of ...
  • June 2020: Local businesses and employment services adapt
    Lindsay Advocate, The Lindsay Advocate (Lindsay, Ontario: Roderick Benns), June 2020     Local career services VCCS Employment Services adapted how it delivered its programs and services in Kawartha Lakes with one-on-one employment counselling to clients and employers by phone, email, text, and web meetings; free online sessions for job-seekers; a full board of job postings; and offering screening, recruitment and virtual job ...
    Lindsay Advocate, The Lindsay Advocate (Lindsay, Ontario: Roderick Benns), June 2020   Local career services VCCS Employment Services adapted how it delivered its programs ...
  • March 31: Lindsay superjail inmate population dwindling due to COVID-19 measures
    Vandonk, Todd, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020     The Central East Correctional Centre, Lindsay, housed 200 fewer inmates due to COVID-19 measures. The reduced number of inmates was due to the Ministry of the Attorney General's mandate to release accused people on bail prior to entering the correctional system when possible.
    Vandonk, Todd, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020   The Central East Correctional Centre, Lindsay, housed 200 fewer inmates due to ...
  • March 30: Two Kawartha Lakes officers in isolation after potential COVID-19 exposure
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 30 Mar 2020     Two Kawartha Lakes Police Service constables went into self-isolation following the arrest of a man in relation to a domestic abuse call on March 28, 2020 and remained off-duty and in isolation while they were tested for COVID-19.
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 30 Mar 2020   Two Kawartha Lakes Police Service constables went into self-isolation following the arrest ...
  • March 31: Bobcaygeon's battle with COVID-19 draws the eyes of the nation
    Riley, Mary, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020     Former Kawartha Lakes This Week reporter and Bobcaygeon resident Mary Riley wrote about life in Bobcaygeon and the tragedy of the COVID-19 outbreak at Pinecrest Nursing Home
    Riley, Mary, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020   Former Kawartha Lakes This Week reporter and Bobcaygeon resident Mary Riley wrote ...
  • March 31: Canada Post closes Bobcaygeon Post Office
        Canada Post has closed the Bobcaygeon Post Office as of today, as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. Mail and parcels will not be delivered today in Bobcaygeon and communities served by this facility. There will be no parcel pickup services. Regular mail services are scheduled to resume on April 1st, ...
      Canada Post has closed the Bobcaygeon Post Office as of today, as ...
  • March 25: Lindsay hospital launches fund to support COVID-19 response
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020     The Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation established the special Heroes at Heart fund to support urgent equipment and technology needs as the hospital responded to the pandemic.
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020   The Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation established the special Heroes at Heart fund ...
  • May 1: Lindsay Transit will open an "On-Demand" request service effective May 3
        Lindsay Transit opened an "On-Demand" temporary service for conventional riders beginning Sunday, May 3, 2020. This level of service was offered to assist with essential travel, including travel for work, grocery, pharmacy and medical appointments. The "On-Demand" booking was open to residents, with a priority for essential/front-line workers.
      Lindsay Transit opened an "On-Demand" temporary service for conventional riders beginning Sunday, ...
  • Fenelon Falls Home Hardware Changes Things Up
        Fenelon Falls Home Hardware is changing things up to help keep their staff and customers safe. #FFHomeHardware #safetyshields #FenelonFalls #kawarthalakes #socialdistancing
      Fenelon Falls Home Hardware is changing things up to help keep their ...
  • May 4: Reopening poster
        FIRST STAGE OF RE-OPENING The province allows for certain businesses to re-open under strict safety guidelines, as of May 4. LANDSCAPING, GARDEN CENTRES AND COMMUNITY GARDENS Garden centres and nurseries with curbside pick-up and delivery only. See the Health Unit's website for guidelines for community gardens. www.hkpr.on.ca CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Including ...
      FIRST STAGE OF RE-OPENING The province allows for certain businesses to re-open ...
  • May 27: Message from the Mayor
        Mayor Letham shared a message with residents about safety precautions, postponed and cancelled events, Trent Severn Waterway reopening, and encouraged residents to shop safely at local businesses reopening or exploring their online options if available.
      Mayor Letham shared a message with residents about safety precautions, postponed and ...
  • Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. donates to Ross Memorial Hospital
        Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. donated $2.00 from the purchase of every case of 24 bottles from their Online Bottle Shop to Ross Memorial Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
      Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. donated $2.00 from the purchase of every case ...
  • March 30: Car parade at Ross Memorial Hospital
        A parade of cars honked past Ross Memorial Hospital on a rainy March 30, 2020 in support of the hospital staff and frontline workers.
      A parade of cars honked past Ross Memorial Hospital on a rainy ...
  • March 28: Bobcaygeon doctor says panic is sometimes worse than pandemic
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Mar 2020     Dr. Steve Oldridge, a physician at the Bobcaygeon Medical Centre, had never felt so helpless than during the COVID-19 pandemic as a physician caring for residents at Pinecrest Nursing Home. But, he noted that the bigger threat to the public was misinformation, having experienced the effects of rumours and ignorance ...
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Mar 2020   Dr. Steve Oldridge, a physician at the Bobcaygeon Medical Centre, had never ...
  • March 25: Plea goes out to local manufacturers to retool to help fight COVID-19
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020     Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development sent out a plea via a press release encouraging business owners, manufacturers and entrepreneurs in the region to consider donating their inventory of medical supplies and products to help local health agencies, front-line and other essential service workers combat the spread of COVID-19.
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 25 Mar 2020   Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development sent out a plea via a ...
  • March 31: Kawartha Lakes council looks to host next meeting virtually in April
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020     Kawartha Lakes council planned to hold their first regular council meeting virtually after legislation was passed by the province to allow municipalities to conduct council, local board and committee meetings electronically in case of local or provincial emergencies. Council's last regular meeting was held on March 19, 2020, already moved ...
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020   Kawartha Lakes council planned to hold their first regular council meeting virtually ...
  • May 1: City recruiting positions for delivering essential services
        The City put out a hiring call recruiting positions for the delivery of essential services. Positions included Advanced Care Paramedics, Heavy Equipment Operators, Utility Maintenance Operators, Road Crew Leaders and Truck and Coach Technicians.
      The City put out a hiring call recruiting positions for the delivery ...
  • March 31: Lindsay hospital keeps working to minimize COVID-19
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020     Lindsay’s Ross Memorial Hospital continued to take steps to ensure the safety of its patients, team and community remained a top priority. To this end the hospital established a dedicated unit to provide care to patients with suspected and confirmed positive COVID-19, and put plans in place to scale up ...
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 31 Mar 2020   Lindsay’s Ross Memorial Hospital continued to take steps to ensure the safety ...
  • May 7: Bobcaygeon Farmers' Market remains closed
        COVID-19 UPDATE Market Update May 7, 2020 Notice to all our Valued Customers Unfortunately, due to the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bobcaygeon Farmers Market will be closed until further notice. We will be offering an online market shortly, where you may place your order with our farmers ...
      COVID-19 UPDATE Market Update May 7, 2020 Notice to all our Valued ...
  • May 9: Bobcaygeon Lions donate gift cards & refreshments
        Bobcaygeon Lions present 150 gift cards & refreshments to the front line workers at long term care homes in town. This donation was made possible by The Lions Club International Foundation Emergency Grant. Where there is a need there is a Lion!
      Bobcaygeon Lions present 150 gift cards & refreshments to the front line ...
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