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hanoverfire3The Ontario Fire Marshal has concluded their on-site investigation at the Downtown Hanover Fire and the Hanover Fire Department has cleared the scene.

A search of the occupied areas of the fire-gutted buildings has found no human remains and no persons were reported missing. A number of pets including dogs and cats are confirmed to have died. ...

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I am writing to notify physicians, nurse practitioners, persons who operate a group practice of physicians or nurse practitioners, hospitals and regulated health professionals who practice at public hospitals and local public health units that the Ministry of Health is closely monitoring the situation concerning monkeypox cases reported ...

phThe evacuation centre that was set up at the P&H Centre following the fire in downtown Hanover on May 19 will be closed today, May 22. The Town of Hanover’s Emergency Control Group made the decision knowing displaced residents’ sheltering needs were being met. Housing services are providing ongoing accommodation and supports through local motels for displaced residents who have been unable to find other lodging. ...

hanoverfireThe Hanover Police Service in partnership with the Hanover Fire Department and the Office of the Fire Marshall are continuing the fire investigation over the course of the next several days.

It is anticipated 10th Street in the Downtown Core, between 9th Ave., and 10th Ave., will remain closed for the weekend as fire and police investigators methodically search the debris for evidence. This area is considered closed to motorists and pedestrian traffic.

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