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Police have recovered a number of items that were stolen in a series of thefts in southern Bruce County last week, including all-terrain vehicles, tools, a generator and a skid steer. Between Nov. 4 and 7, the South Bruce OPP received 14 reports of thefts. The items stolen included all-terrain vehicles, assorted tools, a space […]
The C-E-O for the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance says the next two weeks are going to be critical for hospitals throughout the province and Andrew Williams says they’re asking people to be patient, continue to work together and continue to follow public health protocols. Williams says the region has already accepted a number of admissions…
By Kelly House, Bridge Michigan
This story is part of “Water’s True Cost,” a series by the Great Lakes News Collaborative focused on the rising cost of water in Michigan and the various causes leading to the state of water systems today. Find the rest of the stories in the series here.
City council agreed Monday to look at providing a public toilet that would be available around the clock, after a man asked for one on behalf of homeless people. Council quickly agreed after Ray Botten, a sometimes controversial local advocate of homeless people and one-time mayoral candidate, addressed council during a public question period. “We […]
Ontario students will return to school classrooms on Jan. 17, a senior government source with knowledge of the decision told The Canadian Press on Monday. The government had previously said schools would move to online learning until “at least” that date amid widespread transmission of the Omicron variant. The return to in-person learning was also […]