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by ahnationtalk on May 29, 202084 Views

Many amenities won’t be open under provincial guidelines and visitors must obey restrictions put in place by Fort William First Nation.

THUNDER BAY – Chippewa Park is slated to reopen to the public on Friday.

The City of Thunder Bay on Thursday said the decision was made following consultation and communication with Fort William First Nation Chief Peter Collins, whose community has been closed to outside traffic for several weeks in an attempt to keep COVID-19 out.

The city release says not all amenities will be opened due to the provincial order, and gatherings should be limited to no more than five people.

Physical distancing and frequent hand-washing should be observed and anyone feeling ill should stay home.

Read More: https://www.tbnewswatch.com/local-news/chippewa-park-to-open-on-friday-2391890

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