Category: Education

Grand Theatre ends fiscal year with $65K deficit. It could have been worse, officials say – London

Had it not been for a prescient insurance policy change in November 2019, officials with London’s Grand Theatre say the local entertainment landmark would be staring down a more than half-million-dollar operating deficit to end its 2019/20 fiscal year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, the addition of performance disruption coverage, an adjustment made just […]

Coronavirus: 45 cases in London-Middlesex as region officially moves to orange restriction level – London

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Testing – Ontario Forty-five people have tested positive for the coronavirus while another 19 have recovered, the Middlesex-London Health Unit reported Monday. The jump brings the region’s total case count to 1,864, of which 1,482 people have recovered. Seventy-six deaths have been reported since the pandemic began, […]

Bar owners feel frustrated, ‘picked-on’ as London and Middlesex enters orange-tier – London

The London and Middlesex region has shifted into the orange-restrict level of Ontario’s colour-coded COVID-19 Response Framework, but local bar owners aren’t happy. The move to orange increased restrictions for restaurants and bars. They must close at 10 p.m. (compared to midnight under yellow-protect) and can only serve alcohol between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., […]

Dementia patients take up Ontario psychiatric beds ill-suited to their care, experts say

Mental health researchers are sounding the alarm over a growing body of data suggesting that dementia patients in Ontario are increasingly being assigned to scarce health-care beds ostensibly reserved for psychiatric patients. Medical experts describe the trend as troubling, noting such moves threaten to overtax a mental health system that struggles to deliver adequate psychiatric […]

Back To Top