A well-known local artist and author of Ukrainian descent is auctioning off two of his works, with all the funds going towards aiding the people of Ukraine. Read More
Grey and Bruce county officials are welcoming planned provincial legislative changes aimed at strengthening the province’s long-term care system. Among the changes in the legislation are increased fines for homes that break the rules, steps that make it easier to take over homes that don’t comply, rules around ensuring residents receive sufficient direct care and […]
Thousands of party-goers crowded streets around Western University during Homecoming bashes on Saturday – enough to shut down Richmond Street near campus for about 30 minutes at one point – but it appears to have been a far cry from the mayhem of years past. Paramedics told The Free Press there were lots of calls […]
Carpenters have struck a deal to end a strike that has hit the commercial and industrial sector across Ontario.
Forests Ontario’s 8th Annual Conference is bringing together more than 800 landowners, forestry professionals, Indigenous leaders, entrepreneurs, educators, and students from across the country and around the world. Strength in Biodiversity is a multi-day virtual event running until February 11, and explores the ways biodiversity is fundamental to ensuring healthy ecosystems and communities. “We know […]
A London city councillor is vowing to stand in the way of a body rub parlour and strip club moving downtown. Two separate applications are heading to city politicians next week, bids to relocate an east-end strip club licence and an Exeter Road body rub parlour licence to Dundas Street within steps of one another. […]
STRATFORD – The heroics of a Stratford sheepadoodle who just so happens to be named after Superman’s canine companion, has earned him national recognition.