The University of Windsor is continuing to struggle with an online systems outage that has entered into its third day following a cybersecurity incident. Read More
Make it five straight wins for the surging Scenic City skaters who took it to the Saginaw Spirit and bagged a 5-0 victory at the Bayshore Saturday night. Nick Chenard earned his third-career shutout stopping all 27 shots, and the three players featured on the team’s new all-rookie line of Servac Petrovsky, Cedrick Guindon and […]
The Ripley Wolves opened the 2021-22 season with an incredible 9-0 win against the Creemore Coyotes on Saturday, October 9. Scoring in the first period were Cody Britton, Keaton Willis and Garritt Satosek. Britton came back for a second shot to open the second period, followed by Garret Meurs, Brett Catto, Britton for a third […]
London West MPP Peggy Sattler announced she is introducing a private member’s bill to protect gig economy workers, also called app-based workers, such as Uber drivers and those delivering food and groceries.
There were numerous localized power outages reported on Hydro One’s Stormcentre map Thursday in Grey-Bruce, as the second windstorm in a week swept through. By 5 p.m., the online outage map showed two areas of the Bruce Peninsula involving fewer than 100 customers, plus 138 customers at Sauble, fewer than 20 outside of Port Elgin […]
Saugeen First Nation says the area is currently not allowing members of the public “due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as seasonal erosion concerns”
One-third of the seats on London city council are wide open, with no members of the current council seeking re-election, after Ward 11 Coun. Stephen Turner announced Thursday he won’t seek a third term.