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Village Media launches another one: Hello, MidlandToday.ca

Village Media launches another one: Hello, MidlandToday.ca

Independent digital news outlet to cover Midland, Penetanguishene, Tiny and Tay
School staff take to the picket line

School staff take to the picket line

Staff say they want to return to the classroom but will be back on the line Wednesday morning
<b>WORLD:</b> How doctors trace an outbreak

WORLD: How doctors trace an outbreak

Doctors will often test cases of pneumonia for which they don’t have an easy explanation, especially if they appear in a cluster
Georges Vanier students discover new ways to code with Science North <b>(9 photos)</b>

Georges Vanier students discover new ways to code with Science North (9 photos)

Science North helps École Georges Vanier students discover sciences like coding with light and sound
Blind River treasurer pitches 3.8 per cent tax hike

Blind River treasurer pitches 3.8 per cent tax hike

Taxes on a property assessed at $150,000 would go up by $98.57 if the draft budget is passed
City of Elliot Lake welcomes new treasurer

City of Elliot Lake welcomes new treasurer

Amy Sonnenburg steps into the position with more than a decade of finance management experience
Mayor calls Patrie's ELNOS motion 'completely misleading.' Council turns it down

Mayor calls Patrie's ELNOS motion 'completely misleading.' Council turns it down

Marchisella says payment was to help Turner's 'get back on track'
<b>CANADA:</b> Could a national licence for doctors help reduce shortages province to province?

CANADA: Could a national licence for doctors help reduce shortages province to province?

This would mean more telemedicine consultations
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Why are my hands shaking? What to know about tremors

BEYOND LOCAL: Why are my hands shaking? What to know about tremors

People are often quick to think the tremor is Parkinson's disease
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Scientists are still learning how microplastics harm wildlife

BEYOND LOCAL: Scientists are still learning how microplastics harm wildlife

Large plastics break up into tiny particles called microplastics that can persist in the environment for hundreds of years.