Virtual panel on UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

On July 7th, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm (ET) the Government of Canada is hosting a rebroadcast of a virtual discussion panel featuring First Nations, Inuit and Métis experts and senior federal officials. Speakers include: Laurie Sargent, Angie Bruce, Shalene Curtis-Micallef, Caleb Behn, Diana Kwan, Time Argetsigner, Brandon MacLeod, Kathleen Boston, Manitok Thompson and Elder […]

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The province of Ontario announces more details about back-to-school plan

Students and staff in Ontario schools and child care settings will each get two rapid COVID-19 tests after schools return to in-person learning. Tests will be distributed starting next week, first to staff, then to children in daycares and students in public elementary schools, followed by high school students. Provincial officials say more tests will […]

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Here’s how you can gather for the holidays in Ontario

The province of Ontario released the official guidelines for holiday gatherings in 2021 on November 25th. The province’s Chief Medical Officer of Health,  Dr. Kieran Moore, says that the best protection against the spread of the virus this holiday season is by getting vaccinated. This could mean your first, second or third booster dose of the COVID-19 […]

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Two Ontario spots voted best small towns to live in Canada

Travel and Leisure magazine named two Ontario boroughs as the best small towns to live in Canada. The list is comprised of twelve different towns, all across the country. Ontario’s, Elora and Niagara on the Lake topped the list. Beyond the Falls, Niagara on the Lake offers vineyards, unique dining experiences, nightly entertainment and heritage sites. Not […]

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Indigenous Tourism Ontario Presents: A Three Fires Collaborative Quest

The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario is collaborating with Indigenous Tourism Ontario and the Ontario Tourism Education Corporation for A Three Fires Collaborative Quest. This is a program that was designed to fill in critical gaps within the industry and encourage the recovery and growth of Ontario’s tourism workforce. It will do so by bringing […]

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Provincial Government Announces “Enhanced Vaccine Certificate” for Ontario

This afternoon, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, accompanied by Health Minister Christine Elliott and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kieran Moore, announced the rollout of an “enhanced vaccine certificate”, which will allow certain establishments to only permit fully vaccinated attendees.    According to Ford, the certificate program will be rolled out in two phases. Starting on September 22nd, […]

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