Western University broke its own research funding records in 2021, topping previous year’s total by 13 per cent, officials say. Read More
It will be business as usual for students and staff at Ontario’s colleges after a threatened strike was averted by an agreement to enter into binding arbitration. Ontario’s colleges and the union representing faculty issued a statement late Thursday night that says they reached an agreement to enter binding interest arbitration and the strike that […]
Work has resumed on the dramatic redevelopment of the Saugeen First Nation amphitheatre site, which aims to create a tourism magnet and 40 or 50 jobs for community members in a couple of years or so. The first phase of the project got back on track at the end of October, after a nine-month break […]
Huron County OPP have arrested and charged a 42-year-old from Zorra Township after a theft from a seasonal home near Goderich.
The provincial government has joined forces with its federal counterpart for a combined investment of $51.2 million to support infrastructure in communities across Ontario to help protect the health of residents, create jobs, and promote economic recovery. Locally Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson said the provincial government was contributing almost $420,000 to 16 projects whose total […]
The chief of Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is not seeking re-election in the Aug. 6 Neyaashiinigmiing vote. Greg Nadjiwon withdrew his name before the list of candidates was finalized in June, electoral officer Vaughn Johnston said Wednesday. Nadjiwon has been chief since his election in 2015. He spent two years on council immediately […]
The Indigenous organization preparing to operate a winter shelter at River Road golf course is appealing for help to find a “suitable and safe location” after a suspicious fire ripped through the clubhouse.