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Set a course for Bayfield, ON each week! The Bayfield Breeze is published weekly, and for subscribers it arrives in their inbox every Wednesday; filled with all the latest happenings in the village plus articles and photos of interest.

Journalist and photographer, Melody Falconer-Pounder, composes the weekly column and Dennis Pal acts as Web Publisher. Advertising sales are the responsibility of Mike Dixon.

Jul2020/07/2021 11:08:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 628, upon examination of this week’s headlines one thing is missing - COVID-19! Yes, in what may be a first since March of 2020 there are no articles about the pandemic, COVID cases or vaccination clinics…now that isn’t to say the crisis is over but it is perhaps a sign that it has lessened to the point that it is no longer as headline worthy as it once was and that is some really good news!

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Jul1313/07/2021 10:37:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In issue 627, we experience a little deja vu as Friday marks one year since Stage 3 of the provincial reopening began while it is also the day the province moves to Step 3 in reopening…let’s hope I’m not penning something similar in 2022…stay safe, be kind and enjoy what Step 3 has to offer...read more...

 

Jul606/07/2021 9:46:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 626, we reflect on 12 years of producing the Bayfield Breeze, as our first issue was published on July 9, 2009. The Bayfield Breeze team would like to thank everyone who has supported us all these years as well as those who have discovered us along the way. These last 69 weeks, since the pandemic was declared, have proved to be the most challenging of all, but with the help of our resilient community, the voice of the village can still be heard. Please keep those articles coming in and Happy Anniversary Bayfield Breeze!

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Jun3030/06/2021 12:18:00 AM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 625, we recognize that today is the day that Ontario moves to Step 2 of reopening. What does this mean? Well, hairstylists and other personal care providers are finally allowed to resume their businesses, retail stores and patios can expand their capacity, outdoor gatherings can increase to 25 people and indoor gatherings of up to five people will be allowed - all steps in the right direction as we hopefully move toward a happier and healthier summer season.

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