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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How home cooking could make a comeback during COVID-19 pandemic

BEYOND LOCAL: How home cooking could make a comeback during COVID-19 pandemic

Self-isolating may mean many Canadians will be forced to spend more time in the kitchen, a place that’s been foreign to most millennials, according to a new survey
Care homes still big concern for Niagara Public Health as equipment shortages loom

Care homes still big concern for Niagara Public Health as equipment shortages loom

13 new cases in Niagara reported on Monday afternoon
Embrace simple hobbies, learn traditional skills amid COVID-19 pandemic: Brock professor

Embrace simple hobbies, learn traditional skills amid COVID-19 pandemic: Brock professor

Now is a great time to go back to basics, says Brock University Professor
Emergency order allows first responders to access COVID-19 positive status information

Emergency order allows first responders to access COVID-19 positive status information

The move comes in an effort to protect frontline first responders who are at great risk of being directly exposed to COVID-19
<b>COVID-19:</b> Province announces funding for families during school closures

COVID-19: Province announces funding for families during school closures

Ford says this funding is for parents to help their children access tools to assist with online learning and studying remotely
Inside the office that is tracking COVID-19 in Niagara

Inside the office that is tracking COVID-19 in Niagara

Nurses work extended hours to call those who might test positive - or already have
<b>CANADA:</b> Financial inequality 'staggering' for Canadians with disabilities, expert says

CANADA: Financial inequality 'staggering' for Canadians with disabilities, expert says

Cutting disability benefits in Ontario has increased poverty and wealth gap between those living with disabilities and those who do not, Pettinicchio says
COVID-19 in Niagara, Monday morning: 136 confirmed cases

COVID-19 in Niagara, Monday morning: 136 confirmed cases

This is what could happen to the curve this week
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