Every summer for the last decade, James Peterson, his wife and two daughters traveled from Charleston, West Virginia, to Kaspar’s Lake Breeze Cottages in Marblehead, Ohio, to fish, relax and soak up the beauty and restorative power of Lake Erie.
This is one in a series of local riding profiles ahead of the June 2 provincial election: THE RIDING This riding of more than 6,000 square kilometres hugs the Lake Huron shore, from Port Elgin at its northern tip south to Grand Bend, and far enough eastward to take in towns such as Walkerton, Seaforth […]
Environmental and tribal advocates argued that Canada’s invocation of treaty rights to keep Line 5 open was a ploy to protect fossil fuel profits over Great Lakes protections, and a failure to immediately address the climate crisis with reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The former executive director of the Toronto Summer Music Festival is taking over as general manager of the SweetWater Music Festival. SweetWater’s board of directors announced in a media release they’ve appointed Natasha Bood to replace outgoing general manager Paul Eichorn, effective June 6. Eichorn notified the board of his intentions to pursue a new […]
For the third straight day, Grey-Bruce has set a new daily COVID-19 case mark with 77 new cases of the virus reported on Christmas Eve. The new mark comes after the Grey Bruce Health Unit reported 59 new cases on Thursday and 58 new cases on Wednesday. Of the new cases reported on Friday, 20 […]
When the Milwaukee River Lake Sturgeon Reintroduction Project began 16 years ago, success wasn’t immediately apparent.
Having a solid scientific foundation for the project wasn’t the problem: sturgeon were raised in the Milwaukee River so they would return there to spawn when the time came. The problem was that lake sturgeon don’t return to a river to spawn for around 15 years.
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, announced $1,777,440 in federal funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to support five Great Lakes harmful algal bloom research projects. Read the full story by the Port Clinton News Herald. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, research, News