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Kenora OPP respond to more than 170 calls for service over the weekend

Kenora OPP respond to more than 170 calls for service over the weekend

Police responded to a total of 177 calls between Friday, Feb. 26 and Monday, March 1.
Northwestern Health Unit reports 12 COVID-19 cases

Northwestern Health Unit reports 12 COVID-19 cases

Health unit reports seven confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Kenora region, five in Sioux Lookout region.
Drug seizure in Grassy Narrows

Drug seizure in Grassy Narrows

Police seize reported $5,000 worth of cocaine as part of joint investigation.
Indigenous services minister flags racist treatment in Kenora

Indigenous services minister flags racist treatment in Kenora

Minister Marc Miller says Wabaseemoong members face “ignorant and bigoted behaviour,” while health unit cites reports of customers denied service over race.
Kenora OPP respond to more than 100 calls over weekend

Kenora OPP respond to more than 100 calls over weekend

Kenora Ontario Provincial Police attended to 115 calls from Friday, Feb. 19 to Monday, Feb. 22.
Northwestern Health Unit reports 25 new COVID-19 cases

Northwestern Health Unit reports 25 new COVID-19 cases

Health unit reports 25 confirmed, 7 probable cases Sunday, continuing recent surge in cases in the region.
Kenora OPP responded to 155 calls over long weekend

Kenora OPP responded to 155 calls over long weekend

Police laid 19 charges from Feb. 12 to Feb. 16.
NWHU addresses COVID-19 spike in Kenora region

NWHU addresses COVID-19 spike in Kenora region

Recent spike in cases in Kenora region tied to "small number of social circles," agency says in press release.
Kenora OPP respond to more than 145 calls over weekend

Kenora OPP respond to more than 145 calls over weekend

Police responded to a variety of calls and laid 12 charges from Feb. 5 to Feb. 8 in Kenora.
A familiar face in Kenora seeks a Senate seat

A familiar face in Kenora seeks a Senate seat

Tania Cameron says it's time to flip the page after the departure of Lynn Beyak, looking to engage Northern Ontarians in the work of the Senate.