A Southwestern Ontario minor hockey coach was escorted from a game by Ontario Provincial Police officers after throwing a piece of a broken stick at a referee. Read More
London’s latest homicide victim was a resident at the Woodfield apartment building where the killing happened.
Affordable housing, climate action and stable funding for municipalities are among the advocacy priorities identified for 2022 and 2023 in Owen Sound’s first Intergovernmental Relations Action Plan. The document, approved by council Monday, is intended to enable “both consistent messages and a comprehensive approach” to articulating the city’s priorities and concerns to both the provincial […]
Mask mandates in Ontario will be removed by the end of March as long as positive public health trends continue, the province’s chief medical officer of health said Thursday, while acknowledging there may be more than 20,000 new COVID-19 cases per day.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reported 13 new COVID-19 cases in Grey-Bruce on Tuesday. The new cases reported by the health unit included three in Owen Sound, two each in Arran-Elderslie, Huron-Kinloss, Saugeen Shores and South Bruce Peninsula, and single cases in Chatsworth and Grey Highlands. There are now 93 active cases being reported along […]
The International Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board has confirmed that it will host two virtual public meetings in mid-April to review winter and early spring conditions and shared updated forecasts for the Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River basin. Read the full story by WWLP-TV – Messena, NY. Read the full story Tags: spring, Daily…
The lawyer representing a man accused of pelting Justin Trudeau with pebbles during a London campaign stop last year says he plans to subpoena the prime minister. Shane Marshall, 26, of St. Thomas, is charged with assault with a weapon after gravel was thrown at Trudeau while he was boarding a bus following a campaign […]