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Complaints about accessibility of new COVID Alert app

Complaints about accessibility of new COVID Alert app

Peterborough welcomes a new organization dedicated to accessibility in the city.Jenn MacDonald is Fund Development & Communications Coordinator of the new Accessibility and Inclusion Network. She tells Lindsay Biscaia about the network’s mission meet increased needs for accessibility awareness in the City of Peterborough and in Peterborough County. Source link

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Number of near-misses in N.B. highway construction zones growing ‘significantly’ - New Brunswick

Number of near-misses in N.B. highway construction zones growing ‘significantly’ – New Brunswick

Highway workers are voicing safety concerns about a rise in near misses, and even a recent collision, in construction zones. Speeding and distracted driving are the top two concerns, says Tom McGinn, the executive director of the New Brunswick Road Builders & Heavy Construction Association (NB RBHCA). “We hear continually vehicles not slowing down in…

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Coronavirus: COVID-19 drives surge of online shopping

Coronavirus: COVID-19 drives surge of online shopping

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in thousands of people shying away from malls and in-person retailers due to concerns over limiting the spread of the coronavirus and as a result, online shopping companies are seeing a surge of business. With back-to-school around the corner in the U.S., some consumer experts expect another surge in July……

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First Halifax hospice to open in early April - Halifax

First Halifax hospice to open in early April – Halifax

After many years of fundraising and planning, nurses and physicians have confirmed that the very first hospice in Halifax will open for patients April 8. Construction on the 10-bedroom facility on Francklyn Street is scheduled for completion by the end of the month, with early application procedures set to begin March 27. “We’re pretty excited…

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New cancer-treatment machine to provide custom care to Kingston patients - Kingston

New cancer-treatment machine to provide custom care to Kingston patients – Kingston

Radiation therapy patients in southeastern Ontario have received an upgrade. The Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario recently completed construction of a cancer-treatment machine that provides customized care to patients with complex cancers. “The TrueBeam is able to treat cancer anywhere in the body where radiation treatment is needed, such as lung, breast, prostate and head and…

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Work begins on new $27.6M Eagle Ridge Hospital emergency room - BC

Work begins on new $27.6M Eagle Ridge Hospital emergency room – BC

Work has begun on a $27.6-million upgrade to Port Moody’s Eagle Ridge Hospital. The project will see the construction of a new emergency department for the nearly 35-year-old facility. “[When it opened] they had about 20,000 emergency room patient visits per year,” said Health Minister Adrian Dix. READ MORE: EXCLUSIVE: Donor spends 36 hours in…

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