Standing in a melon field in Myanmar, the former Burma, in the same spot where it’s likely his father’s plane crashed near the end of the Second World War in 1945, Duncan Hunter said he was speechless. Read More
Warm sun, beautiful water and the company of friends and fellow fishermen made for a good day along the harbour wall Thursday, even if they weren’t catching many fish. They’re a community of people with RVs, vans and trailers who park on either side of the harbour every year. They fish from the wall when […]
The Municipality of South Bruce has hired an independent consultant to assess the community’s willingness to host a deep geologic repository for used nuclear fuel.
Owen Sound plans to discuss the future of a policy that exempts purpose-built rental housing projects from paying development fees, which has resulted in the city conditionally waiving just over $1 million in the fees in the past two years. Council voted unanimously at a capital budget session Friday to direct staff to present a […]
Georgian Bluffs has joined other municipal governments, as well as provincial and federal entities, in lowering their flags to honour the 215 Indigenous children whose remains were found at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. last week.
Host Craig Needles looks at the debate over Enbridge’s Line 5 and what could happen if the Governor of Michigan is successful in her push to shut it down.