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Sudbury's Lorne Street Beer Store closed after security guard tests positive for COVID-19

Sudbury's Lorne Street Beer Store closed after security guard tests positive for COVID-19

The security guard’s last shift as on Jan. 20, says the company
Sudbury health unit confirms 12 new cases of COVID-19

Sudbury health unit confirms 12 new cases of COVID-19

Health unit is also reporting at least one case of a variant strain of COVID-19
State of emergency, stay-at-home order extended another 14 days

State of emergency, stay-at-home order extended another 14 days

Orders set to expire on Feb. 9, unless extended further
Two cases of COVID-19 confirmed at Sudbury's St. Charles College

Two cases of COVID-19 confirmed at Sudbury's St. Charles College

School remains open, three classes dismissed
Lasalle, Adamsdale students on certain Sudbury bus routes self-isolating due to COVID-19 exposure

Lasalle, Adamsdale students on certain Sudbury bus routes self-isolating due to COVID-19 exposure

Both schools remain open, as there are no COVID cases at either Lasalle or Adamsdale
<b>APH reports second COVID-related death</b>

APH reports second COVID-related death

There are currently 12 active cases in Algoma, including one hospitalization
Pius XII school, Marymount Academy in Sudbury closed due to COVID cases

Pius XII school, Marymount Academy in Sudbury closed due to COVID cases

An outbreak has now been declared by Public Health Sudbury at Pius XII
Controversial defender of residential school system retires from Senate

Controversial defender of residential school system retires from Senate

In December, the Senate tabled a motion to suspend Lynn Beyak from the chamber
Three charged following traffic stop in Blind River

Three charged following traffic stop in Blind River

Vehicle was searched after officers detected a strong odour of cannabis
<updated>WATCH:</updated> Province bumps up target date to get vaccines into all Ontario LTC homes

WATCH: Province bumps up target date to get vaccines into all Ontario LTC homes

Ford says aim is to have vaccines into all LTC homes in the province by Feb. 5