Responses from the six provincial candidates who attended Thursday’s first all-candidates’ meeting for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound at the Harmony Centre in Owen Sound. Read More
‘He knows that he made a huge mistake’
The provincial government is providing funding to help support cultural organizations in Perth-Wellington.
Despite educational campaigns, targeted enforcement and other efforts to curb stunt driving on the Bruce Peninsula, the problem continues to get worse, says the Grey Bruce OPP’s detachment commander. Acting Insp. Debra Anderson said the stretch of Highway 6 between Wiarton and Tobermory is of “great concern” to the OPP. “Obviously, it’s not safe,” she […]
The day after a twister touched down east of Chatsworth and heavy winds battered the small community of Walter’s Falls residents and researchers began to pick up the pieces. Environment Canada confirmed at least one tornado touched down east of Chatsworth late Saturday afternoon citing reports of damage and radar imaging. The Zehr family farm […]
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced the beginning of a public comment period on its draft environmental impact statement and management plan for the proposed marine sanctuary in eastern Lake Ontario, the next step toward official designation.
“Any possible new sanctuary is a big deal for NOAA, the surrounding community and the nation,” said Nicole LeBoeuf, acting director of NOAA’s National Ocean Service.
The opening Saturday of the East Lions Community Centre was a celebration three generations in the making for Theresa Gibson. Watching her grandchildren on the new playground equipment, she recalled taking her son to the same park when he was a kid, and her husband grew up in the neighbourhood as well. “There was a […]