A single case of COVID-19 was reported Wednesday by the Grey Bruce Health Unit. Read More
The doors of Aylmer’s Church of God are getting padlocks. After weeks of flouting Ontario’s emergency public-health laws with far-too-large Sunday services, Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas had little choice Friday but to order the controversial Elgin County church locked up until Ontario’s pandemic restrictions are loosened. In addition, the church corporation has been fined […]
The Grey Bruce Health Unit confirmed six new COVID-19 infections and a newly reported death Friday. Two new cases of the pandemic virus were reported in both Southgate and Kincardine while Owen Sound and South Bruce Peninsula recorded a single new case each. The health unit is now following 49 confirmed active cases of COVID-19 […]
Students at Western University are planning a walkout Friday to demand action against sexual violence on campus amid swirling speculation over assaults at one first-year residence.
Natural populations of oil-degrading bacteria could help to clean up freshwater rivers and lakes after spills from pipelines and trains, researchers have found after experiments that simulated spills in a Canadian lake.
Vince Palace, who led the work at the International Institute for Sustainable Development’s Experimental Lakes Area in western Ontario, said that the methods currently in use for cleaning up spills in rivers and lakes – mostly digging up and dumping contaminated soil – are not particularly effective.
By John Flesher, AP Environmental Writer
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Minnesota state Sen. Foung Hawj was never a fan of the “Asian carp” label commonly applied to four imported fish species that are wreaking havoc in the U.S. heartland, infesting numerous rivers and bearing down on the Great Lakes.