Licensed childcare centres across Ontario will re-open to full capacity starting Sept. 1.
The Ontario government has announced reopening of schools for in-class instruction beginning in September.
After more than two decades, Kathy Lefort is stepping away from her position as the area trustee for the Durham Catholic District School Board.
Today, the Province of Ontario announced that Durham Region is moving into Phase 3 of the provincial reopening plan, effective this Friday, July 24. This means our economy will fully open; offering access to a wide variety of services via a ‘new normal.’
Durham and York regions have received the greenlight to proceed to Stage 3 of the Province’s reopening plan as of Friday (July 24).
Weight restrictions are now in place for the Beaver River Bridge on Simcoe Street (Regional Road 15) in Beaverton.
The Ontario government has announced nearly all businesses and public spaces will reopen under the third stage of reopening framework with public health and workplace safety measures and restrictions in place.
Despite a rainy weekend, a burn ban remains in place in both Brock Township and Kawartha Lakes until further notice.
Ramara Township is closing public beaches and access points to Lake Simcoe due to overcrowding, excessive dumping of garbage and visitors ignoring the protocols put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The following statement is being issued on behalf of John Henry, Regional Chair and Chief Executive Officer for The Regional Municipality of Durham: