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Gov. Gen. Mary Simon announced 85 appointees on Wednesday.
Two employees who “randomly snooped” at the health records of more than 100 patients are no longer with the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, officials say. The hospital that has sites in Chatham and Wallaceburg said Wednesday the privacy breach was discovered during a recent routine audit of patient electronic health records. The hospital began an investigation that […]
Blue Mountains Deputy-mayor Rob Potter is being remembered as someone who worked tirelessly for the community, even as his health deteriorated in recent months. Mr. Potter died Sunday at the age of 65. Blue Mountains Mayor Alar Soever said Tuesday that he enjoyed working with Mr. Potter and his commitment to the community was second […]
A fraud scheme targeting well-meaning people at multiple locations across the city has claimed additional victims.
A federal government plan to increase the number of foreign workers may boost the labour pool for London’s growing agri-food sector, just as it needs it. The recent federal budget included cash and an easing of red tape for temporary foreign workers arriving here. It is just what is needed for a booming sector struggling […]
‘He seems incapable of taking meaningful responsibility for his actions.’