A $100,000 grant to Owen Sound Little Theatre from the Ontario Trillium Foundation is welcome after two years with next to no income due to pandemic health restrictions, the theatre company’s executive director said. Read More
The COVID-19 infection toll keeps growing in the London-area public school board, surfacing in almost two dozen of its schools since winter break began. The Thames Valley District school board announced Monday evening more than 30 cases have surfaced in 23 of its 161 schools, including outbreaks at one London high school, A.B. Lucas, and […]
A vigil was held at the Kincardine United Church on Monday, Demeber 6, to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. For the fifth year in a row, Rev. Gord Dunbar and the Kincardine Women’s Shelter came together to create a safe place for people to come to reflect and […]
A cross-border program keeps sea lamprey populations in the Great Lakes at bay. But a two-year disruption was never part of the plan. Now experts predict there will be at least a temporary surge to lamprey populations in the lakes following a dip in control efforts during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read…
Chuck Earls knows a couple things: kayaks and walleye. And that’s the perfect combination for Cleveland-based Lake Erie Kayak Fishing Guided Adventures — not just a charter service and not just a kayak rental company. It’s kind of something in the middle.
Earls is the first Lake Erie kayak guide licensed by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
The Ontario government is working for workers by investing $289,759 in the Women in Carpentry 2.0 program in Huron-Kinloss. The Women in Carpentry 2.0 program seeks to empower women to enter the carpentry trade by providing training and skill development, including safety in construction and on-site work placements. This program is made possible through a […]