Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley is still waiting for a call from Ottawa about if and when the federal government is going to loosen up travel requirements for people coming into Canada. Read More
On Wednesday, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced another sweeping series of regulations aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19. Blackburn News podcast host Craig Needles spoke to Dr. Greta Bauer – an epidemiologist and public health expert at Western University – about the measures and what may be next in the pandemic. https://blackburnnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Greta-Bauer.mp3 Go…
The cause of a fire on May 11 at the Bentinck landfill is under investigation, West Grey’s chief administrative officer said Friday. Firefighters used an aerial truck to help douse the fire, an effort which involved West Grey firefighters, police, public works teams and area emergency crews. A photo tweeted by West Grey police at […]
Cheryl and Duane Edwards were among hundreds watching from Point Edward as thousands of people took to the St. Clair River for the annual Port Huron Float Down. It was the first time the Sarnia couple had seen the unsanctioned event in full swing. “The weather is beautiful, but I also wanted to see what’s […]
The London region is losing half its seats in Doug Ford’s cabinet as the Progressive Conservative premier shuffles his lineup of ministers heading into an election year. Rotated out of cabinet in Friday’s shakeup were Jeff Yurek of Elgin-Middlesex-London, who had been environment minister, and Oxford’s Ernie Hardeman, a 26-year Tory veteran at Queen’s Park […]
The C-E-O for the Huron Perth Health Care Alliance says most hospital administrations ask themselves from time to time if they have the right people in the right places.