A Port Elgin lawyer has been found guilty of professional misconduct. John Douglas King was given 30 days to surrender his licence to practise law or else the Law Society of Ontario would revoke it, the law society announced last week. King pleaded guilty in a Walkerton courtroom and received a conditional discharge in August […]
The Simcoe-Grey Greens announced Nick Clayton as their candidate in the 2021 federal election Sunday. The 2021 Canadian federal election is set for Sept.20 and will elect members of the House of Commons to the 44th Canadian Parliament. Clayton is a secondary school teacher who lives in The Blue Mountains. A Simcoe-Grey Green Party media […]
South Bruce Mayor Robert Buckle encouraged residents to take time to learn from history, and commit to putting Reconciliation into action on the first national Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
“299 broken poles. 107 broken cross arms. 88 damaged transformers,” said HydroOne in a Facebook post on Sunday, December 12. “This is just some of the damage our teams faced as they responded to one of the worst storms to hit Ontario in recent years. Over 200,000 customers were without power as winds of over […]
Westario Power Inc. and Bruce Power have signed a memorandum of understanding on an initiative that would explore opportunities to deliver projects focused on removing and offsetting carbon emissions. The initiatives to be looked at by the two companies include potential incentives to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles, helping to lower carbon emissions and […]