TORONTO — The Ontario government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, has extended all emergency orders currently in force that were made under s.7.0.2(4) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to July 22, 2020.
You are here
Despite rain throughout the region, there were 13 new fires confirmed in the Northwest Region by the late afternoon of July 7.
- Thunder Bay 27 is llocated east of the Wabakimi Provincial Park boundary, approximately 281 kilometres north of Thunder Bay
Northwestern Health Unit has revised our COVID-19 numbers based on recent ministry guidance provided in version 8.0 of the Management of Cases and Contacts of COVID-19 in Ontario (Jun 23/20) (http://ow.ly/4K7550At3Y0) to promote consistent reporting across the province.
There have been reports of algae blooms on Laurenson Lake in Kenora and Thunder Lake in Dryden.
The blooms are being tested to see if they are blue-green algae.
Some Canadian seniors could see a noost in their bank accounts this week, from a one-time federal payment.
There were 11 new forest fires confirmed in the Northwest Region by the mid-afternoon of July 05.
- Fort Frances 09 is not under control at 0.1 hectares and is located near McKenzie Lake, approximately 52 kilometres southeast of Atikokan.
- Fort Frances 10 is not under control at 0.5 hectares and is located near McKenzie Lake, approximately 52 kilometres southeast of Atikokan.
(Rainy River District, ON) - On June 24, 2020, two individuals entered Canada from the United States of America through the Fort Frances port of Entry. Along with other stipulations, the two were instructed by Canada Border Services Agency to drive directly to their destination and remain there for 14 days without delay.
(THUNDER BAY, ON.) -On the 25th of June 2020 at approximately 9:25pm members of the Thunder Bay OPP responded to a single motorcycle collision on Highway 61 near Little Norway Road.
Confederation College has been regularly assessing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation and has been following direction given by government and health authorities. The health and safety of the College community remains its primary concern.
Thunder Bay, Ont. – Bryan Graham, who has served as the commissioner for the Superior International Junior Hockey League since 2014, has ended his term as league commissioner.
The SIJHL will immediately begin a national search for the commissioner’s position, led by an internal hiring committee.