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OPP and NAPS investigating death of an infant

OPP and NAPS investigating death of an infant

The investigation is ongoing and is being conducted under the direction of OPP in conjunction with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. 
LETTER: Ontario must do more to fix doctor shortage 'crisis'

LETTER: Ontario must do more to fix doctor shortage 'crisis'

Exhausted, overburdened doctors are 'persevering in order to serve their patients in an atmosphere that is often unappreciative and sometimes downright hostile'
Good Morning, North Western Ontario!

Good Morning, North Western Ontario!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices.
Study points to Dryden mill’s pollution

Study points to Dryden mill’s pollution

Scientists looked into whether effluent from Dryden’s pulp and paper mill is elevating mercury levels in the Wabigoon River. They concluded that it definitely is.
Tick season arrives in Northwestern Ontario

Tick season arrives in Northwestern Ontario

The Northwest Health Unit advises the public to stay vigilant when enjoying the outdoors.
Two local municipalities receive funding for road work

Two local municipalities receive funding for road work

Dryden and Fort Frances received Connecting Links funding to aid in road rehabilitation.
OPP officers will be equipped with body cameras

OPP officers will be equipped with body cameras

OPP Northwest Region has announced that officers will now wear body cameras as part of a provincial technology enhancement program.
Rainy River OPP lays drug charges in Fort Frances

Rainy River OPP lays drug charges in Fort Frances

The Rainy River OPP has arrested and charged one individual in Fort Frances.
OPP lays robbery charges in Sioux Lookout

OPP lays robbery charges in Sioux Lookout

Sioux Lookout OPP has laid a robbery charge after an incident in the downtown area.
Carbon capture is a man-made scheme for a man-made problem being used to make pollution worse

Carbon capture is a man-made scheme for a man-made problem being used to make pollution worse

The evidence is undeniable. In 1950 total global carbon emissions was 5 billion tonnes, in 2023 it was just over 37 billion.
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