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Innisfil girl among 30 new COVID cases in Simcoe-Muskoka today

Innisfil girl among 30 new COVID cases in Simcoe-Muskoka today

Two new cases in Innisfil being reported by the health unit today
Councillor proves that 'bald is beautiful', when it's for charity <b>(8 photos)</b>

Councillor proves that 'bald is beautiful', when it's for charity (8 photos)

Son reminded his dad, 'Just remember this is for a good cause’
<updated>WATCH:</updated> Province investing $115 million to support home care system

WATCH: Province investing $115 million to support home care system

Funds will support 850 patients with high, complex care needs
Province reports 1,723 new COVID cases today

Province reports 1,723 new COVID cases today

About 64% of the new cases are from the GTA; There are 35 more deaths related to the coronavirus reported over the past 24 hours
Schools in Barrie, Alliston and Bradford reporting new COVID cases today

Schools in Barrie, Alliston and Bradford reporting new COVID cases today

Bear Creek Secondary School in south-end Barrie is reporting one new active case
What you can do for winter blahs and seasonal affective disorder

What you can do for winter blahs and seasonal affective disorder

In her weekly column, Bradford West Gwillimbury licensed nutritionist, Nonie De Long talks about the effects of winter blahs and what you can do to combat them
<b>CANADA:</b> Guidelines governing doctors' relationships with pharma companies under review

CANADA: Guidelines governing doctors' relationships with pharma companies under review

Over 90 per cent of Canadian doctors see pharmaceutical sales representatives
South Simcoe Police budget comes in under projections

South Simcoe Police budget comes in under projections

Innisfil receives 'responsible and pragmatic' police budget
Good morning, Innisfil!

Good morning, Innisfil!

Keep dreaming
<b>CANADA:</b> Fiscal experts warn of higher federal taxes post-pandemic

CANADA: Fiscal experts warn of higher federal taxes post-pandemic

"You can't have new spending programs without figuring out how you're going to pay for them," says former federal finance minister John Manley, part of a working group set up by the C.D. Howe Institute