It will be business as usual for students and staff at Ontario’s community colleges after a threatened strike was averted by an agreement to enter into binding arbitration. Read More
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- Illinois AG files suit against Marathon over crude oil spill in Cahokia Creek – KSDK
The lawsuit filed against Marathon Pipe Line in Madison County Court alleges multiple violations of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act.
It only took 15 minutes for a tornado to rip through Goderich exactly 10 years ago Saturday, leaving behind a trail of damage estimated at more than $100 million. With winds reaching speeds of up to 270 kilometres an hour, it killed one man, injured 35, and demolished 50 buildings while damaging another 280. The […]
For two city councillors, it means being home to put your kids to bed and not having to leave meetings in the dark. As London city politicians took their first tentative steps toward moving council meetings from nighttime to daytime hours, two women councillors took the rare step of opening up with colleagues about what the […]
Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health reports unvaccinated individuals are in hospital with COVID-19 at a rate that is 29 times higher than those who are fully vaccinated.