The Owen Sound North Stars junior B squad returned to the Bayshore floor for their first regular-season game in over two years Friday, and they returned in style. Read More
From lead pipes to PFAS, drinking water contamination is a major issue plaguing cities and towns all around the Great Lakes. Cleaning up contaminants and providing safe water to everyone is an ongoing public health struggle.
Keep up with drinking water-related developments in the Great Lakes area.
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- Illinois advocates call for action after prison officials mislead on contaminated water – The Appeal
On March 11, IDOC and the Illinois Department of Public Health released a joint press release announcing that Legionella bacteria had been detected in two prisons—Stateville Correctional Center and Joliet Treatment Center.
Priorities off London can seem to find all sorts of money to create bicycle lanes that are rarely used, but, to quote from the article Lack of Cash puts brakes on city shelter shakeup (Jan. 27): “A plan to reshape London’s emergency shelter system is off . . . because there’s not enough money to […]
The Rural Ontario Institute is hosting a webinar next month on the impact of the pandemic on rural businesses and how they can move forward.
Mack Guzda and the Barrie Colts showed little mercy in an 8-0 drumming of the Owen Sound Attack at the Sadlon Arena Thursday night. The Attack stepped into a buzzsaw with the Colts on an offensive tear and Guzda stopping everything in sight. Just a few nights earlier, the Colts steamrolled the Wolves in Sudbury, […]
Arkells, with London native Nick Dika on bass, roll into town for their first visit in three years and first visit since releasing their latest Juno-nominated album, Blink Once.