In a move the Doug Ford government says will save car buyers time and money, a new system is being introduced that will let car dealers register vehicles online and issue permits and licence plates directly to consumers. Read More
One city councillor is calling for stronger bylaws and another is demanding to know why complaints to city hall didn’t trigger action, after a near-fatal fire exposed an overcrowded, unlicensed rental in the city’s northeast.
Bruce Power and Ontario Power Generation (OPG) continue a long tradition of working together to provide safe and reliable electricity to the province and are helping to lead the charge to achieve the province’s climate change goals. This collaboration is a key component of Ontario’s electrical system, providing stable baseload power, while at the same […]
Efforts to present a petition to South Bruce council calling for a referendum on municipal election day, not after, about a proposed long-term nuclear waste storage project bogged down over privacy issues just before Tuesday’s council meeting. The referendum is supposed to decide whether South Bruce residents are willing to be host to a subterranean […]
The next ‘mobility master plan’ will start with seeking public feedback, say city staff
By Kate Stockmann May 6, 2021 10:40am Share via: A West Grey police officer has been cleared of any criminal offense in the arrest of a 68-year-old man who suffered a collapsed lung. In a release, the province’s Special Investigations Unit says the incident happened in the early morning hours on June 6th, 2020. Director…