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A $1 million boost from the Ontario government will go a long way in tackling the mental health and addiction crisis facing three First Nations communities, local Indigenous leaders say.
Inspector Paul Richardson is the detachment commander of Grey Bruce OPP, a detachment news release said. Richardson was detachment commander of the former Bruce Peninsula OPP, prior to amalgamation with Grey County OPP. During his 21 years with the OPP, Richardson has worked in crime, street crime, as a frontline supervisor, operations manager, marine operator […]
A Toronto-area man had a few drinks while spending the day at the beach in Grand Bend with his girlfriend, but waited until he was sober to drive home. At least, so he thought. Eugene Bilykh, 33, called police on Aug. 21 after he was rear-ended by another motorist on Main Street in the busy […]
The Ontario Government announced, the province will move into Step Two of its Roadmap to Reopen, with modifications, effective January 5, 2022 at 12:01 a.m, due to the increase of COVID-19 hospitalizations. As a result, all indoor recreation facilities in the Township of Huron-Kinloss will be closed until further notice. These facilities include: • Ripley-Huron […]
A Sarnia man has been sentenced to one year and four months in jail for a brutal assault on three generations of a family.
A former London police officer conned into thinking he was helping expose corrupt colleagues has lost a court appeal of his convictions for breach of trust and obstructing justice.