Author: Pete Fisher

Supplies Hard To Find During COVID-19 Crisis

Today’s Northumberland drove around to various places in Cobourg on Friday, March 27, 2020 to see how stores and

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Former Port Hope Police Dispatcher Still Trying To Help Those In Need

As a former dispatcher with the Port Hope Police Service, Brenda Johns has helped thousands of people during their

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Parade of Emergency Vehicles In Support of Frontline Health Care Workers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9SM2_XQIq4&feature=youtu.be It was a full on onslaught of emergency services on Robinson Drive on Saturday, March 28, 2020 in Cobourg Sharply

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Latest VIA Rail Operations Update in Response to COVID-19

VIA Rail Canada (VIA Rail) announces service changes effective Tuesday March 31, which will be in place until further

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Local Artist In Cobourg Gets Message Across To Those Returning – Stay Home

Local artist Jenny Duda has created a drawing to help get the message across for those returning home from

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Minor Injuries After Tractor Trailer of Beer Flips Over On Highway 401 East of Cobourg

The driver of a transport truck received minor injuries after his big rig full of beer flipped over in

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Cobourg Collegiate Institute Now Open During The Day for the Vulnerable

With assistance from Green Wood Coalition, the emergency shelter at Cobourg Collegiate Institute is staying open in the day

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Cobourg Launches COVID-19 Phone Hotline & Municipal Staffed Coordination Group

Hotline will provide information on food, housing and financial assistance, municipal closures and more. On Saturday, March 28, 2020, in

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Ontario Protecting Consumers from Price Gouging

Offenders face fines of up to $500,000 for charging unfair prices on necessary goods March 28, 2020 1:00 P.M. TORONTO —

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Ontario Protecting Supply Chains To Support COVID-19 Emergency Response

Province to Buy Urgently Needed Critical Goods and Services and Deploy them to Where They are Needed the Most Ontario

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