The Windsor-Essex County (Ontario) Health Unit (WECHU) has issued a blue-green algae bloom advisory for the south shores of Lake St. Clair. The advisory is based on recent lab results for microcystins in Lake St. Clair by the local municipal water treatment plants. Read the full story by the Windsor Star.
The provincial government has joined forces with its federal counterpart for a combined investment of $51.2 million to support infrastructure in communities across Ontario to help protect the health of residents, create jobs, and promote economic recovery. Locally Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson said the provincial government was contributing almost $420,000 to 16 projects whose total […]
A federal judge on Monday tossed out a Trump-era rule that rolled back water pollution protections but is still weighing whether to restore Obama-era protections or simply undo the Trump rollback to return to pre-Obama regulations. Read the full story by The Hill. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News A London researcher will help lead a study of the toll visitor restrictions take on children in intensive care — a harsh reality of the COVID-19 pandemic. Author of the article: Calvi Leon • The London Free Press Brescia University College, at Western University in London. Article content A London…
Neyaashiinigmiing will be receiving nearly $60 million in federal funding for a new water treatment plant that the band says will bring safe drinking water to Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. And down the road, there are high hopes of establishing a First Nations water operator training centre at Neyaashiinigmiing, Nawash Chief Greg Nadjiwon […]
A buck was spotted last Friday swimming in Lake Superior from Madeline Island to Michigan Island, a distance of more than three miles. Read the full story by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Wiarton-area Para archer Karen Van Nest will compete in her sixth Paralympic Games this summer having recently been named to Team Canada for the upcoming event in Tokyo. Originally from North Bay, Van Nest moved to the Berford Lake area in 2009 and has been a member of the Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen Association’s archery club. […]