Workers and volunteer fire personnel were at work along the Olcott region lakeshore, filling and laying sandbags in trouble spots in order to stem potential erosion and flooding. This work is not uncommon for this time of year, as water levels in Lake Ontario begin to rise. Read the full story by the Niagara Gazette.
A Lakehead University researcher says it won’t be long before data on the amount of plastic in the water at the Thunder Bay harbour can be compared to other areas on the Great Lakes. Read the full story by CBC News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, plastic
The City of Monroe’s Commission on the Environment and Water Quality and River Raisin Area of Concern’s mini documentary film, River Raisin Legacy Project, has won gold in the 2021 dotCOMM Awards. The film details the extensive remediation, restoration and revitalization efforts called the River Raisin Legacy Project, illustrates the cleanup work, habitat restoration, remediation…
Benjamin Gaudreau turned aside 26 shots Sunday afternoon in Sarnia to earn his first Ontario Hockey League shutout in a 4-0 win over the Owen Sound Attack. Madden Steen actually beat the former seventh-overall pick in the game, but the goal was called off immediately as Julian Fantino was deemed to have made contact with […]
The Ontario government looks to agriculture as a key industry in helping the province recover economically from the pandemic.
The Ontario Hockey League announced two more postponed games involving the Owen Sound Attack this weekend due to the league’s COVID-19 protocols and one player on the team testing positive for the virus. According to a team release, the player is asymptomatic and all other players have either received negative test results or are awaiting […]