The craft beer industry may be male-dominated, but women have made strides, changing attitudes while staring down some persistent, dumb assumptions. Read More
The Stratford-Bruce Peninsula economic region gained about 3,300 jobs in April while its unemployment rate continued to trend downwards, according to data released May 7 from Statistics Canada. The region’s most recent unemployment figure, a three-month moving average unadjusted for seasonality, decreased by half a percentage point in April to 6.1 per cent, nearly two […]
By Fiona Robertson May 5, 2021 6:02am Share via: The Power Workers’ Union (PWU) has announced it is donating a total of $52,000 to local Food Banks, Women’s Shelters and Mental Health initiatives in the Grey/Bruce/Huron area. The funds were recently approved through the PWU Bruce Site Equity Committee on behalf of the PWU Bruce…
A cirrus beer not to be mist? That’s the picture painted by Collective Arts with its Life in the Clouds IPA featuring sweet labels from WeTransfer artists.
Great Lakes Moment is a monthly column written by Great Lakes Now Contributor John Hartig. Publishing the author’s views and assertions does not represent endorsement by Great Lakes Now or Detroit Public Television. As daylight lengthens and water temperatures slowly begin to warm, walleye overwintering in Lake Erie take their cue that it is time to spawn….
The death of a young Caribbean migrant worker last week before he could even reach his job at a farm in Brant County has caused consternation among his co-workers and the farm family at Welsh Bros. Farm. Romario Morgan, 22, was to spend his fourth season at the small farm operation that grows corn, asparagus, […]
The London Cares Curb Hunger food drive collected nearly 35,000 kilograms of food and equivalent cash donations, a haul that’s just short of the campaign’s 2021 total.