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One new COVID case, 15 active cases in Grey-Bruce Friday

One new case of COVID-19 was reported by the Grey Bruce Health unit Friday. The case was confirmed in West Grey and becomes the 15th active case now being managed by the health unit. Another 36 people are considered high-risk contacts. Numbers reported are current to midnight Thursday. There are two local people hospitalized in […]

Local municipalities recognizing National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

Owen Sound will recognize the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Thursday as a statutory holiday. City hall and offices will be closed for the day, which the city says will give staff an opportunity to recognize, reflect on and commemorate the legacy of residential schools or participate in a community event. “The National […]

SON settles with Saugeen Shores but appeals peninsula claims decision

While Saugeen Ojibway Nation has settled its legal dispute with Saugeen Shores out of court, it has appealed parts of a multi-billion legal action which a judge this summer ruled only partly in its favour. Details of the settlement with Saugeen Shores, expected since both sides announced an agreement was near in July, are confidential, […]

Hot summer causes algae blooms to become more common on Lake Superior

This year at least six algae blooms were reported on the western arm of Lake Superior, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The blooms of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, are likely increasing in the lake due to warm surface water and ample sunlight. Read the full story by The Star Tribune….

Whitmer wants EV charging circuit around Lake Michigan

During the Mackinac Policy Conference on Wednesday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and other officials offered up the Lake Michigan Electric Vehicle Circuit, a plan to add charging stations all along the shoreline. Read the full story by the Detroit Free Press. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Policy, Detroit, Daily News

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