The Monday morning hustle for COVID-19 booster shots in the London-area left some waiting online for more than an hour to book an appointment, with many others without one at all. The rush for appointments comes after Ontario announced all citizens 18 and older who are three months past their second vaccine would be eligible for the third dose beginning this week. Here’s what the process of booking an appointment looked like for Free Press Reporter Calvi Leon and others who scrambled for a local booster shot Monday. Read More
“Are we going to make it?”
The Grey Bruce Health Unit announced that due to provincial supply it will be operating with a limited supply of Pfizer in the coming weeks.
After testing interventions such as ambassadors, street cleaning and a focus on live events, city hall recommends London keep at some of what it’s done to help breathe new life into the core and Old East Village.
New research supports calls to consider local economic and other impacts before small community schools are shut down, says a group dedicated to saving Southwestern Ontario rural schools.
Writers’ BLOC is a local group of writers spanning from The Bruce Peninsula to Kincardine. The group has seen more than 60 writers in the past 30 years, each with their own unique background in writing and their own creative writing styles. The group began in 1991 with two Port Elgin women – Diana Armstrong […]
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reported no new COVID-19 cases in the region Monday. As of just before midnight Sunday, there were 12 active and confirmed cases of the virus in Grey-Bruce and 43 high-risk contacts associated with those cases. Four people with COVID-19 are hospitalized locally due to COVID-19 according to the health unit’s […]