London builders will push the city to tap into a $4-billion federal fund to speed new home construction. Read More
A relatively small percentage of people in London are taking advantage of a new pricing scheme for the power they use in their homes, but compared to other utilities, including Hydro One, the uptake here looks promising.
Trucks are slowing traffic again at the Ambassador Bridge, as part of trucker protests against pandemic mandates. Windsor police have issued an online alert asking drivers to avoid Huron Church Road due to a heavy presence of slow-moving vehicles. Cross-border traffic via the Ambassador Bridge has, at times, been nearly at a standstill, stemming from […]
The Ontario government has announced new programs to support many of the businesses that are most impacted by the latest public health measures in response to the Omicron variant.
Southwestern Ontario growers are contending with a double-whammy of crop threats in the region, a spin-off effect of a dry start to summer followed weeks of wet weather, one expert says. Farmers are contending with significant insect and plant disease issues simultaneously, crop menaces that don’t typically show up at the same time, Lucan-area grower […]
London police are planning one of the largest hiring sprees in the force’s recent history. The city’s police services board gave the green light to a request from Chief Steve Williams to hire an 52 front-line officers, additions he says will improve response times, bolster proactive policing and help manage the workload for front-line patrol. […]
There are now nine long-term care and retirement homes in Grey-Bruce reporting COVID-19 outbreaks, three more than there were on Sunday. The additional facilities with outbreaks are Lee Manor in Owen Sound and Grey Gables in Markdale, which are both long-term care homes run by Grey County, and the Mapleview Long-Term Care Home in Owen […]