Thursday, January 21, 2021

Year In Review 2020: June

YEAR IN REVIEW 2020: JUNE


Air ORNGE called to assist after person falls down embankment

Electricity bill relief extended across Ontario

One new COVID-19 case at Greenhill Produce, C-K’s total at 146

WAMBO 2020 cancelled due to COVID-19

‘There’s no place like home’ for Constable Kristen Charron

Transit update, hanging baskets, staffing discussed at Council

Emergency declaration extended to June 30

More COVID-19 recoveries in C-K, only five active cases

Grubb & Blain capture 2020 Jack Parry Awards

2020 Junior ‘B’ lacrosse season cancelled

C-K Police Chief issues ‘anti-racism’ message

One new positive COVID-19 case at Greenhill Produce

Black Lives Matter march taking place in Chatham

Fergie Jenkins speaks out in support of Black Lives Matter

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Black Lives Matter march held in Chatham

Peaceful march in support of Black Lives Matter

Update: Black Lives Matter rally draws 1,500 to 2,000 people

Dresden Raceway kicks off their 2020 season

Wallaceburg’s 2020 Canada Day festivities cancelled due to COVID-19

C-K set to enter Phase 2 of reopening

No new COVID-19 cases, five active cases in Chatham-Kent

Province set to reopen child care centres, summer day camps

Mobile COVID-19 testing coming to Wallaceburg

PPE donation centre set to close in Chatham-Kent

Some visitor restrictions relaxed at CKHA

Three active COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

Chatham-Kent begins to move into Phase 2 of reopening

Emergency crews kept ‘extremely busy’ following Wednesday storm

CKHA reminds residents to access primary care for non-urgent issues

Family visits resuming at long-term care & retirement homes

C-K continuing to make miracles happen

Brigden Fair 2020 cancelled due to COVID-19

165 swabs on first day of mobile COVID-19 testing in Wallaceburg

Update: Wallaceburg man dies after fatal St. Clair crash

One new positive COVID-19 case confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Ontarians encouraged to establish ‘social circles’

COVID-19 Healthcare Relief Fund tops $300,000

Dresden’s Brady Grubb honoured by Dr. Jack Parry Award win

Fire at D&S Auto in Wallaceburg

Council to consider COVID-19 small business grants

Update: $1-million damage after D&S Auto blaze

Lambton County entering Stage 2 of reopening

Two more positive COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

Outdoor patios on municipal property being considered

Library curbside pick-up approved, more service levels restored

Dresden’s Pet & Hobby Parade is going virtual

One new positive COVID-19 case in Chatham-Kent

Virtual Hike For Hospice raises over $79,000

Privacy breach at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance

Ontario extends emergency COVID-19 orders

Curbside service ‘first step’ toward opening libraries

WDSS graduation ceremony is being held virtually

Council approves $200,000 small business recovery grant program

Wallaceburg Farmers’ Market ready to launch 2020 season

Carolyn Powers named Chatham-Kent Senior of the Year

Former fire chief developing reopening plan for Catholic School Board

COVID Alert app to help case and contact management

2020 Gala Days cancelled in Port Lambton

Four new positive COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

One new positive COVID-19 case in Chatham-Kent

Province releases back-to-school plan for September

700 people attend first Wallaceburg Farmers’ Market of 2020

Chicken ownership in urban areas to be considered

Toronto moving to Stage 2, Windsor-Essex remaining in Stage 1

United Way continues to identify needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Clarity needed as C-K adapts to the ‘new normal’ stemming from COVID-19

Board declares racism a public health issue in C-K

Bloomfield Business Park expansion moving forward

Order issued to protect temporary foreign workers in C-K

Windsor-Essex entering Stage 2, except Leamington and Kingsville

Curbside service launches at Wallaceburg Library

Some restrictions lifted for indoor sports facilities, emergency orders extended

SCRCA awards its 2020 scholarships

Tree donation program being considered for Chatham-Kent

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Council says ‘no’ to urban chickens

Adjustments made to small business recovery grant program

Only two active COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

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