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Ontario reports 318 new COVID cases Sunday

Ontario reports 318 new COVID cases Sunday

Today's update also includes 504 recoveries and 12 deaths
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> A 95-million-year-old reptile’s solution to the problem of tooth wear

BEYOND LOCAL: A 95-million-year-old reptile’s solution to the problem of tooth wear

Priosphenodon challenges our views of reptiles as having simple teeth compared to mammals, showing that under the right conditions, even reptiles can evolve extremely complex teeth
<b>CANADA:</b> Tackling anti-Black racism shouldn't just be a student's job

CANADA: Tackling anti-Black racism shouldn't just be a student's job

A lack of diversity among staff is only one of the challenges facing Black teachers and students and others trying to address systemic racism at schools, Jacob Robinson says
Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Take a moment to notice the beauty around you
<b>OPINION:</b> Machines can't 'personalize' education, only people can

OPINION: Machines can't 'personalize' education, only people can

Schools are facing accelerated COVID-19 pressures to integrate technology into children’s education, and how they do has far-reaching implications
Public Health Sudbury reports five new cases of COVID-19 for Saturday June 19

Public Health Sudbury reports five new cases of COVID-19 for Saturday June 19

There are also 25 active cases being monitored by local health officials
APH reports one new case of COVID-19

APH reports one new case of COVID-19

There are currently four active cases in Algoma and two hospitalizations, one of which is a non-Algoma resident who is temporarily in the region
<b>COLUMN:</b> Musings on the nature of emergencies and improving the lives of youth and seniors

COLUMN: Musings on the nature of emergencies and improving the lives of youth and seniors

In this, his last column for a few weeks, Algoma-Manitoulin MPP shares his thoughts on significant issues that arose recently
<b>CANADA:</b> Transparency key for feds’ two billion trees program, wilderness society says

CANADA: Transparency key for feds’ two billion trees program, wilderness society says

Advocates are concerned provincial tree-planting goals are too forestry-focused and are calling for more information on the locations and end use of the trees being planted
Feds renew Indigenous Community Business Fund

Feds renew Indigenous Community Business Fund

An additional $117 million earmarked for program that helps community-owned enterprises