Thursday, January 21, 2021

Year In Review 2020: September

YEAR IN REVIEW 2020: SEPTEMBER


Homeless shelter plans change in Chatham-Kent

Update: Murder charges laid in Sarnia

Wallaceburg municipal centre re-opening September 8

C-K moving forward with multi-year budgeting

Domino’s Pizza is coming to Wallaceburg

Update: Another suspect faces murder charges in Sarnia

2020 Dragon Boat Festival cancelled

OPP assist U.S. Coast Guard after boat catches fire

More teachers hired in order to decrease class sizes

Mosquitoes collected in Chatham test positive for West Nile Virus

Emergency homeless shelter services relocating on September 8

No new COVID-19 cases this week, 5 active cases across C-K

Dr. Colby: ‘Impossible’ to measure early effectiveness of mask bylaw

‘Staggered approach’ being taken to re-opening arenas

MP Rood named Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Agri-Food

Chatham-Kent down to one active COVID-19 case

‘Strong’ guidelines in place to manage COVID-19 cases at schools

No relaxing for Dr. Colby, despite only one active COVID-19 case

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new Chatham apartments

Amendments to Chatham-Kent’s mask by-law being considered

Walpole Island artwork being displayed during Gordie Howe bridge construction

One new active case of COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent

‘New look’ for back-to-school

Police investigating a shooting in Wallaceburg area

750 visitors attend 7th Wallaceburg Farmers’ Market

One new active case of COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent

Council votes to open all Chatham-Kent arenas

Chatham-Kent’s mask by-law remains unchanged

Virtual Terry Fox Runs taking place across C-K

Hair cutting couple move locations in Wallaceburg

CKHA welcomes new Emergency Medicine Resident

Interactive COVID-19 screening tool launched for parents, students & staff

Sydenham Field Naturalists hand out 2020 Friends of Nature Award

Cyclops recovering well after eye surgery

Dr. Colby concerned about second wave, despite C-K’s drop in active COVID-19 cases

Secondary plan for Wallaceburg’s southside set to be discussed by Council

Social gathering limits put in place across all of Ontario

Charles Sampson elected as Chief of Walpole Island First Nation

Rehabilitation of Dufferin Avenue in Wallaceburg being recommended

‘Largest drug bust in CK history’

2020 Glen Jackson Memorial Race Day raises funds for Camp Vincent

Rural and urban tree cover recommendations approved

Ridgetown Campus student tests positive for COVID-19

Secondary Plan report coming to Council about Wallaceburg’s southside

Connecting Links application being submitted for Dufferin Avenue project

Haight Ashbury, a new cannabis dispensary is coming to downtown Wallaceburg

Pre-COVID-19 service levels debated during Chatham-Kent Council meeting

Province investing $1-billion to expand COVID-19 testing & contact tracing

Final phase of community safety zones & school zone speed limits approved

Additional COVID-19 measures for bars & restaurants, strip clubs closed across Ontario

Two new COVID-19 cases reported in Chatham-Kent

Hearts Together for CK Hospice broadcast raises $131,000

Chatham-Kent’s ‘Senior of the Year’ receives her award

Crash causes $300,000 at Tim Hortons in Chatham

Council holding strategy session on growth and recovery

New Walpole Island Chief & Council officially sworn in

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in Chatham-Kent

CKHA receiving $2.18-million for hospital upgrades

Wallaceburg Museum remaining closed for the foreseeable future

Record setting numbers at second last Wallaceburg Farmers’ Market

Online Council meetings likely for the rest of the year

New COVID-19 modelling shows ‘second surge’ in cases

Blenheim man claims $70-million Lotto Max prize

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