Alison Horner Wright found out Monday evening the bus her two school-aged sons are to take to and from school would not be running on the first day back to class due to a driver shortage. Read More
The Rural Ontario Institute is now accepting applications for the second round of their Rural Change Makers program.
Some buyers in a Tillsonburg condominium complex are suing its developer after being hit with a price increase of up to $95,000 a unit, about one year after they bought, because of extra construction costs from the pandemic. It’s the second such housing conflict in Ontario in days, a hot market priced beyond reach of […]
Cleaning up at her house in London last winter, Lori Ashe had an idea to help both the homeless and the environment.
A Local manufacturer has just released the details of its new wage structure, as it implements a Living Wage.
The Shore to Shore Race from Oliphant to Wiarton is returning for 2021. The Rotary Club of Wiarton has been given the green light to hold this year’s race on the Thanksgiving Weekend. “It has such a history and this will be the 69th race. It would have been the 70th if not for last […]
Anne Marie Watson is running for the Liberals in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound in the federal election campaign which ends Sept. 20. She’s lived and farmed in the riding since 1997 with her husband, James, and their son and daughter. Their dairy operation switched to beef about 10 years ago, on their farm north of Durham in […]