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Hot enough for you? 2020, 2016 tie for warmest years on record

Hot enough for you? 2020, 2016 tie for warmest years on record

'2020 stands out for its exceptional warmth in the Arctic and a number of tropical storms in the North Atlantic,' says Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

'Grow local': Backyard hens would be boon to residents, says Aurora advocate

Darryl Moore is trying to convince Aurora to permit the chicken coops, as Newmarket already does
Early work begins for multi-use path along Newmarket's Mulock Drive

Early work begins for multi-use path along Newmarket's Mulock Drive

The path will run the entire length of the roadway, creating an east-west link across town; construction could begin in early 2022
Adding a little spice to life an easy way to boost your health

Adding a little spice to life an easy way to boost your health

In this week's Ask the Nutritionist, Nonie De Long highlights the multiple benefits of tumeric, zaatar, sumac, cloves
Booming '50s created need for second high school in Newmarket

Booming '50s created need for second high school in Newmarket

In this week's Remember This, History Hound Richard MacLeod wraps up his series on Newmarket High School with highlights of sister school Huron Heights Secondary
COVID-19 Today: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario

COVID-19 Today: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario

8 new cases in Newmarket, 101 in last 7 days, another outbreak declared at Renoir; York Region confirms 224 new cases, 8 more deaths, as investigation catch-up adds 23 travel cases, 423 workplace cases; Ontario reports 2,359 new cases, 52 more deaths, as positivity rate continues to decline
Vaccine brings happiness, relief to York Region long-term care homes

Vaccine brings happiness, relief to York Region long-term care homes

'There was a lot of elation, families were extremely happy, residents were incredibly relieved,' says Fieldgate Retirement Living director
<b>COVID-19:</b> Pandemic may change spectator sports forever as stadiums sit empty

COVID-19: Pandemic may change spectator sports forever as stadiums sit empty

Post-pandemic sport facilities will need to be reimagined with alterations to building codes to virus-proof the stands. PhD student says
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Medical experts urge more masking, distancing for schools planning to reopen

ONTARIO: Medical experts urge more masking, distancing for schools planning to reopen

Thursday's guidelines, led by experts at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, urge COVID-19 tests for all staff and students exposed to a case, and that indoor masking be made mandatory for all those Grade 1 and up