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January 13, 2021

The lack of snow didn’t stop cousins Maisie, Coco, Ava and Jasper from enjoying the hill at Orono Park on Sunday. Fingers crossed for more snow. On the topic of online learning, they don’t like it and want to be back at school with their friends.

Tracking COVID

The pandemic landscape changes daily. Clarington residents can access current data and data starting from the first COVID-19 case reported at home and throughout Durham Region.

Any weird dreams lately?

This is how it goes. I find myself in a large room with a crowd of people and I suddenly realize in the midst of the dream: NO ONE IS WEARING A MASK! Then I realize, I’M NOT WEARING A MASK EITHER! YIKES! Then comes the swift realization that I’m in a very dangerous situation, […]

Boost for Memorial Hospital

The Ontario government is investing $2.5 million to support the redevelopment of Lakeridge Health’s hospital site in Bowmanville. This funding will be used to offset the costs of planning the renewal and expansion of the hospital’s infrastructure.

Ward Review results in – no change

At the General Government Committee meeting of January 4 Council voted five to two in favour of leaving things ‘status quo’ re: ward boundaries. Councillors Hooper and Anderson voted against.
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Editorial

Whatever the issue, community is the answer

Political aspirations?

Do you aspire to be a local politician? We are in the third year of a four-year term so if you are thinking about it, now is the time to kick it up a notch. Research. If you haven’t already started, live-stream current meetings and watch archived videos of council and committee meetings. Learn the […]
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