Spring has sprung; the weather is getting nicer and while it’s important to get outside and enjoy the fresh air, we all need to continue to keep ourselves and the community safe from COVID-19.
Even after we’ve been vaccinated, we still need to follow public health recommendations.
Sharing some great resources:
COVID-19 Vaccine – Get the Facts!
Seasonal Allergies or COVID-19?
An update as of 04APR from Chiefs Of Ontario:
Variants of Concern (VOC) – Ontario is seeing a rapid increase of VOC cases.
As of 04APR a total of 2,288 positive cases have been confirmed as one of the known VOCs.
There have been 25,470 cases that tested positive for the N501Y mutation, that have not yet been classified.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has set the dates and times for hearing the Ontario appeal of the Stage 1 Decision of the Robinson Huron Annuities Claim.
All hearings will be held virtually beginning Tuesday, April 13.
For details including dates, times and a zoom link to attend please see pdf attached below.
Anishinabek Police Chief John Syrette’s disciplinary hearing was held last week. Syrette has been suspended since being accused of misconduct two years ago.
Details of the conduct charges are now public.
Here’s the newsfeed to read more!
Good news to all Magnetawan citizens. Thanks for the participation in moving Magnetawan in achieving another stage towards self-government for our community.
Results show we strongly believe in our natural birthrights to self-governance and independence. We are proud of our culture, traditions, language, and the community we have built; and will preserve our freedom to live our lives the way we choose!
Magnetawan First Nation citizens say “yes” on the Governance Agreement ratification vote which concluded on Saturday, February 27. The results of Magnetawan First Nation’s successful ratification vote on the Anishinabek Nation Governance Agreement were 54 yes and 20 no, with no spoiled ballots. While the results are unofficial until a 10-day appeal period is over on March 9, 2021, Chief William Diabo and the First Nation Ratification Officer, Jennifer Tagliabracci, are confident that there are no technical grounds upon which an appeal could successfully put the vote aside.
Read more below …
As you are aware, COVID-19 Variants of Concern (VOCs) are circulating within Ontario. We are writing to you today to provide updated information and public health recommendations regards COVID-19 VOCs.
For more, please read this release below.