Ontario’s police watchdog has found no reasonable grounds to believe two Hanover police officers committed a criminal offence in connection to an injury a man suffered during his Aug. 29 arrest. Read More
Thousands of flowers, notes of love and pain, candles and other small tokens covered the corner of Hyde Park and South Carriage roads after the deadly hit-and-run that claimed the lives of three generations of the Afzaal family on June 6, 2021. When the sprawling impromptu memorial was finally removed weeks later, the bouquets were […]
Four residential development plans approved Monday by Owen Sound council call for a combined 132 new housing units – a majority of which are to be rentals, with a plan to also include up to two dozen affordable units. Council gave conditional site plan approval to Barry’s Construction to build a five-storey, 79-unit apartment on […]
Outdoor facilities like golf courses and tennis courts in Ontario will be allowed to reopen this Saturday, May 22, 2021.
By Shawn McCarthy, Corporate Knights
This story originally appeared in Corporate Knights and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.
Canada must make up for lost ground if it’s going to meet its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 45% from 2005 levels by 2030.
Several more COVID-19 cases stemming from an outbreak at a 10th Street rooming house in Hanover have now been confirmed The Grey Bruce Health Unit said 16 people at the Forum rooming house have now tested positive for the virus. The outbreak was first reported late last week after someone from outside Grey-Bruce who stayed […]
A new student-led initiative at Western University targets “period poverty” and even delivers free high-quality menstrual products and contraceptives to students at their homes.