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Posted Tuesday, September 07, 2021

Social media tile (1)  The world’s deadliest influenza pandemic – lesson learned?
PENETANGUISHENE, September —The Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives is pleased to announce the arrival of Unmasking Influenza, a travelling exhibition that looks at the lasting impact of the influenza pandemic in Canada — and asks if we’re prepared for the next one.
The world’s deadliest influenza pandemic — known as the Spanish Flu — swept...

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Posted Wednesday, September 01, 2021

The following letter has been provided by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit. For more information regarding the below matters, please contact SMDHU directly. 
To all Employers within Simcoe Muskoka:
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a very difficult period, and now with the onset of the fourth wave and the increased transmissibility of the Delta variant of COVID-19, we need to increase our efforts to protect people, including in the workplace. Certainly, our...

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Posted Tuesday, July 27, 2021

(Penetanguishene) -   The Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives will be open to the public with a 50% capacity limit, starting Wednesday July 28 th , 2021. Previously, in accordance with the Provincial Re-opening Plan , the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum remained closed to the public.
“We are so pleased to be opening to the public again. Over the closure we have been working hard to improve the layout of our museum and to provide digital components...

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Posted Friday, June 25, 2021

006Penetanguishene – The Town of Penetanguishene is excited to announce the installation of a Seabin on the T Dock at our Town’s municipal wharf. 
This Seabin is a “trash skimmer” designed as a floating garbage bin that skims the surface of the water by pumping water into the device and trapping garbage and plastic materials, that otherwise would remain in our Great Lakes.
The addition of a Seabin in our area is a collaborative project between...

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Posted Friday, June 25, 2021

Flags on Town properties will be lowered to half-mast in honour all of the children found in unmarked graves at the former site of the Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan.
This half-masting is also in memory of the thousands of children who were sent to residential schools, for those who never returned, and in honour of the families whose lives were forever changed by the residential school system.
The following crisis line support for Indigenous people,...

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