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A piece of public art installed in Oxenden to show the community’s commitment to reconciliation will be unveiled on the weekend. The piece called Ajiijak (The Crane) by Anishnaabaek artist Charmaine Jenner (Tauchkwe) will be welcomed during a ceremony at 3 p.m. on Saturday at the intersection of Grey Road 1 and Zion Church Road. […]
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Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported over the weekend in Grey-Bruce. Both were reported Saturday, with one from Southgate and one from Arran-Elderslie. No new cases were reported Sunday. There are now 20 known active cases of the virus and 95 active high-risk contacts in the twin counties, according to the Grey Bruce Health […]
The top doctors in three Southwestern Ontario health units, including London, are strongly urging people to keep their holiday social gatherings to 10 or fewer and work from home if possible as COVID-19 fourth-wave case counts intensify. Medical officers from the Middlesex-London Health Unit, Huron-Perth Public Health and Southwestern Public Health, which covers Elgin and […]
The Pope’s apology for the conduct of Catholic church members in Canada’s residential school system is a step in the right direction, but must be followed by action, an area First Nation says. The papal apology “is one critical step in moving towards truth-telling on the dark legacy that this country is built upon,” Chippewas […]