COVID-19: As cases rise in Elgin-Oxford, some municipalities will have capacity limits reinstated

Aylmer, Bayham, Blandford-Blenheim, Malahide, Norwich, South-West Oxford, Tillsonburg, and West Elgin will see capacity limits reinstated as of Thursday.
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Nova Scotia to provide COVID-19 update after 16 deaths in past week
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A new poll has found that a third of young Canadians have sought treatment for mental health issues during the pandemic.
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What to know about the Omicron subvariant BA.2
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Russian war games: Can Ireland stop the live-fire exercises off its coast?
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Flyers’ Yandle sets Iron Man mark in 965th straight game
The 35-year-old Yandle passed the previous mark set by Doug Jarvis, who played 964 straight games over his entire career from Oct. 8, 1975, to Oct. 10, 1987.
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New 753 area code for eastern Ontario introduced to meet demand for telephone numbers
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1 resident hospitalized in Kipps Lane apartment fire: London, Ont. fire department
Firefighters were called to reports of a blaze on the fourth floor of 750 Kipps Lane, just east of Adelaide Street North, shortly before 8 p.m. Tuesday.
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Love inspires art at new XO2 Condos in Liberty Village
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Two dead after apparent case of accidental poisoning in Venise-en-Québec
Two other people in the house were hospitalized. Police believe they were exposed to a toxic substance, perhaps carbon monoxide.
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Russia threatens ‘retaliatory measures’ if Ukraine demands are not met
“If the West continues its aggressive course, Moscow will take the necessary retaliatory measures,” said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday.
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Montreal weather: Cheer up, at least it's not minus-48 C
That's what we call cold comfort.
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This week’s online GTA Open Houses include a $2.1-million condo in Old Toronto and a $1.199-million house in Oshawa
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Will Bank of Canada raise interest rates? Central bank set to make decision
Some economists expect the Bank of Canada to raise its key policy rate from its rock-bottom level of 0.25 per cent, marking the first of multiple hikes over the course of 2022.
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Possible carbon monoxide poisoning kills two family members in Montérégie
Two family members are dead from possible carbon monoxide poisoning in a mobile home in Venise-en-Québec in the Montérégie on Tuesday night.
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Russia threatens retaliation if Ukraine demands not met
Russia warned Wednesday it would quickly take 'retaliatory measures' if the U.S. and its allies reject its security demands and continue their "aggressive" policies, ratcheting up pressure on the West amid concerns that Moscow is planning to invade Ukraine.
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Pandemic snow sculpture project warms hearts in Kirkland
“I think art is global,” says Kirkland snow sculpture artist.
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Ontario’s Omicron death toll on the rise and getting worse
Mounting fatalities come as province grapples with highest number of COVID hospitalizations, rising long-term-care outbreaks and crushing staff shortages.
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5 things to know for Wednesday, January 26, 2022
The Bank of Canada is set to make an announcement on interest rates, the Transport Minister says there’s no need to fear a food shortage from the trucker vaccine mandate, and a prosecutor in Mexico says the killing of two Canadians was motivated by a gang debt. Here's what you need to know today.
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Russia threatens retaliation if Ukraine demands not met
Russia has repeatedly denied that plans to invade Ukraine, but the U.S. and its NATO allies are worried because Russia has massed an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine’s border.
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Spain rescues 319 migrants at sea, 18 more feared drowned
Walking Borders, an NGO working with migrants in the region, said that at least 18 people traveling on one of the boats had died.
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