There have been a few reports of blue-green algae on Lake Superior over the years with a first confirmed sighting in 2012. This summer researchers from universities, state and federal agencies from around the region are undertaking a coordinated effort to intensively study and monitor Lake Superior to determine when and where blooms occur on the lake.. Read the full story by MPR News.
Three new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Grey-Bruce Thursday, according to the health unit’s daily situation report. The newest cases were reported in Owen Sound, Grey Highlands and Southgate. As of the latest 24-hour reporting period, ending just before midnight Wednesday, there were 48 active and confirmed COVID-19 cases in the region and 95 […]
The water-rich Great Lakes region may have cooler temperatures and sit high above sea level. But it can’t be a refuge for anyone if it doesn’t take action now to adapt to its own changing climate. Read the full story by Bloomberg CityLab. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Thirteen more Grey-Bruce residents have contracted COVID-19, according to the Grey Bruce Health Unit’s daily situation report distributed Wednesday afternoon. The newest cases include four in Kincardine, three in South Bruce, two in Arran-Elderslie, and single cases in Georgian Bluffs, Hanover, Saugeen Shores and West Grey. Altogether, the health unit was following 46 confirmed COVID-19 […]
An off-duty York Regional police officer has been identified as the person killed in a two-vehicle collision Friday morning on Highway 6 & 10 in Meaford. The Grey Bruce OPP say 55-year-old Craig Heatley of Bradford-West Gwillimbury was pronounced dead in hospital following the collision. He was the driver of the motorcycle involved in the […]
15 year old Eden Babbitt of Lurgan Beach recently biked 190km to raise money for the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada. Babbitt attends Sacred Heart High School and will be going into grade 10 this fall. “I think it’s important to help the environment because I want a healthy world to live in for myself […]
With COVID border restrictions still in place, the Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations (FOCA) has taken up the torch for cottage owners stuck south of the border. Thousands of Americans own secondary properties throughout Ontario’s cottage country, but they’ve been unable to access them throughout the pandemic. As members of their respective cottage communities and … Continued
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