The mishap occurred last Wednesday as a contractor for the pipeline company was doing seasonal work on the underwater section of Line 5, an oil line that runs between Superior, Wisconsin, and Sarnia, Ontario.
Starting July 5 at 11:59 p.m., fully vaccinated Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and certain foreign nationals will be allowed to enter Canada without having to quarantine for 14 days, take a COVID-19 test on day eight, or stay in a government-authorized hotel. This means cottagers currently eligible to enter Canada under existing rules will be … Continued
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A historic archaeological site on the shore of the Grand River in Ottawa County’s Crockery Township may contain the largest collection of Upper Great Lakes cache pits ever excavated.
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Police are searching for the driver of a red sport-utility vehicle they believe was involved in collisions with a cyclist and a stationary car Monday. About 3 p.m. a vehicle hit a cyclist on Grey Road 1, near Indian Acres Road in Georgian Bluffs, then left the scene. The cyclist was taken to hospital with […]
Step 3 of the reopening plan allows indoor activities to resume and outdoor activities to take place with larger groups
Warm and muggy temperatures are making conditions favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms according to Environment Canada.
Much of the history regarding the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald surrounds what was lost, but there is an important item that was found — and it’s now on full display. In the summer of 1995, months before the 20th anniversary of the ship’s sinking in November 1975, a mission was started to recover the…