Four-and-a-half years ago, Hockey Canada brought its world junior team to London for a pre-tournament tuneup against the Czechs. Read More
Samnang Kong was talking to someone, but no one was there. He was sitting alone in a police headquarters interview room the day after Issara Norindr, 55, was stabbed to death on May 13, 2019. The officer interviewing him stepped out for a moment after almost an hour of questioning. Kong was talking “to something […]
Former Durhamite and National Hockey League player Dean Hopkins has dedicated a bench at the Durham Arena to his former coaches who helped him along his way to the NHL. The bench, unveiled this past week inside the Durham Community Centre and Arena, features a plaque with the inscription: “The Dream Makers. A dedication to […]
As a sacred fire burned Friday in Owen Sound to honour the 215 children whose remains were found buried at a former residential school, local Indigenous leaders were calling on the federal government to conduct investigations at every institution site in Canada. Chief Greg Nadjiwon of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation sent a […]
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Alex Ruff says he will be marking Canada Day, while acknowledging the heartbreaking discovery of multiple unmarked graves at former Residential Schools.
A few local people hit the lottery jackpot, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation announced last week. Winston Hawkins, of Flesherton, won $100,000 by matching six of seven Encore numbers in the May 7 Lotto Max draw. He brought the winning ticket at the Bargain Centre in Markdale. Owen Sound resident Leslie Macleod won $100,000 […]