Today the Power Workers’ Union (PWU) announced it is donating a total of $34,000 to local Food Banks in the Grey/Bruce/Huron area. Read More
A fish pulled from Lake Ontario in 2015 contained 915 particles—a mix of microplastics, synthetic materials containing flame retardants or plasticizers, dyed cellulose fibers, and more—in its body, the most particles ever recorded. Read the full story by Environmental Health News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Roxy Zehr and her five children were watching a movie at their home east of Chatsworth late Saturday afternoon when the storm hit. It was windy and rainy, but they hadn’t seen the warnings put out by Environment Canada about the possibility of tornadoes in the area. When their patio furniture started to fly off […]
Elections Canada has issued the lists of confirmed candidates in each riding for the upcoming federal election. Nominations closed at 2 p.m. on Monday for the Sept. 20 election, held to elect members to the House of Commons in the 44th Canadian Parliament. In Bruce–Grey–Owen Sound there are six confirmed candidates vying for the seat, […]
A Huron County farmer is calling foul after he said he was booted from a Stratford farmers’ market when he refused to raise the price of his corn. Oliver Papple, a regular vendor at the market, said he’s frustrated over what he describes as “price-fixing” after being asked by market managers to increase the price of […]
Teachers at Fanshawe College will begin a work-to-rule campaign next week over issues that include a contracting-out dispute, but a full-blown strike is “a last option,” its union president says.
The new print at Sobeys is entitled “Northern Painting” by Lawren Harris, a member of the Group of Seven. This is a painting of colourful cartoon-like trees displayed on an island in an Ontario lake. The print at the Kincardine Hospital is entitled “Marvel Classic”. The print at Rona is entitled “Johnny Cash at San […]