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“Unbearable” diesel smell was reported at the Iqaluit water plant days before the advisory

Health workers had to leave the facility for fresh air during the October 8 inspection An ‘unbearable’ diesel smell at the Iqaluit water treatment plant was reported to decision makers at the Department of Health several days before people were publicly warned to stop drinking city water , due to …

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Watch: Mother tiger turns around to check on cubs and wins hearts online

A video of a tiger mother guiding her three cubs near the Geddai Dam in Nilgiris surfaced on social media after Supriya Sahu, Indian Administrative Officer and Chief Environment Secretary of Tamil Nadu, shared the video on Twitter on December 1 with internet users who simply loved it. “Tiger Country …

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Supervisors cancel, redirect to new district cards at special meeting – Oroville Mercury-Register

OROVILLE – The Butte County Supervisory Board held a special meeting on Monday in light of concerns about possible violations of Brown’s Law at its previous special meeting on November 22 regarding the redistribution. During the November 22 meeting, Supervisor Doug Teeter offered to reject two proposed cards, one from …

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City of Welland immunization rate at 90 percent

There are about 500 city employees in Welland, and 90% of them have provided proof that they have been doubly vaccinated against COVID-19. The deadline to show they have received two doses was November 19, but they have until December 2, when the municipality’s vaccination policy, approved by city council …

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Hawkesbury mayor drops lawsuits after integrity probe

Hawkesbury Mayor Paula Assaly wants to focus on improving the working environment for city administration and distracting attention from the legal issues that have plagued her administration over the past two years. On Friday, November 26, Assaly announced that she was dropping legal proceedings against former Integrity Commissioner John Saywell, …

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Evidence of vaccination policies varied in Thompson-Okanagan area – Vernon News

Photo: Fraser Health The evidence for immunization policies with local governments across the Thompson-Okanagan is a mixed bag. The policies of Vernon, Kelowna and Kamloops do not extend to the board, but mandate COVID vaccines for all staff and employees. In Penticton, its policy includes council members, as does the …

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Library services remain unchanged in Simcoe County

The working group will continue to study efficiencies within the current library model, with another report to be submitted to County Council in the new year. At the Simcoe County Council meeting on Tuesday morning, the council voted to maintain the status quo regarding the makeup of library systems in …

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Forsyth Healthcare Initiatives Earn $ 93 Million in State Budget Funding | Government-and-politics

Meanwhile, the Addiction Recovery Care Association (ARCA) has earned $ 2.2 million for its infrastructure needs at its new home at 5575 Shattalon Drive. The new TROSA center is expected to open in early 2022, where it will have beds for 100 men and a staff of 20. TROSA plans …

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Santa Cruz County health worker issues indoor mask order starting November 21

Santa Cruz County health worker Dr Gail Newel issued a health order on Friday requiring people to wear face coverings indoors, regardless of their immunization status. The order, which went into effect Sunday at 11:59 p.m., cites an increase in COVID-19 cases and an increase in hospitalizations before holidays and …

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City of Windsor officials set to discuss 2022 budget as inflation dramatically impacts operations

Windsor, Ont. – As the rate of inflation pushes up prices, Windsor city officials are expected to discuss 2022 finances. On Friday, Mayor Drew Dilkens will be joined by Executive Director Jason Reynar and CFO Joe Mancina to make a detailed presentation regarding the 2022 municipal capital and operating budget. …

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