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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How your personality affects how you cope with COVID-19, and what you can do about it

BEYOND LOCAL: How your personality affects how you cope with COVID-19, and what you can do about it

Expert says self-awareness will help
Why empty shelves doesn't mean we're out of food: How Canada's supply chain works

Why empty shelves doesn't mean we're out of food: How Canada's supply chain works

Experts say If there was a supply-based shortage, shelves would remain empty because manufacturers can't produce the products or farmers can't grow or raise the food
Campground, wildlife sanctuary among announced closures

Campground, wildlife sanctuary among announced closures

These closures are effective immediately and will remain until further notice
Ontario to close schools until May 4, unveils online learning plan

Ontario to close schools until May 4, unveils online learning plan

TORONTO — Schools in Ontario will remain closed until at least May 4 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday, as his government introduced a new plan for students to continue learning at home.
Woman in Elliot Lake is Algoma's seventh COVID case

Woman in Elliot Lake is Algoma's seventh COVID case

Elliot Lake Family Health Team executive director says the individual travelled internationally and has been self-isolating since returning to the community March 23
Ontario closing more businesses effective Saturday to limit spread of COVID-19

Ontario closing more businesses effective Saturday to limit spread of COVID-19

Ontario shortens list of essential services; places some on modified business orders
Mississauga First Nation now closed to non-residents

Mississauga First Nation now closed to non-residents

Exemptions include health officials, emergency personnel
Assault with a weapon charge laid after officers respond to domestic dispute call

Assault with a weapon charge laid after officers respond to domestic dispute call

29-year-old from Massey charged
New case of COVID-19 confirmed in Algoma

New case of COVID-19 confirmed in Algoma

Marks the district's 7th positive test
Catholic board says students will have what they need to learn from home

Catholic board says students will have what they need to learn from home

Equipment being delivered to students' homes