More education among children and youth on diversity and inclusivity is needed to help combat hate, LGBTQ+ advocates say, following a rise in incidents involving theft and vandalism of Pride flags in rural Southwestern Ontario. Read More
Ontario’s education minister says in person school is “essential” as students are preparing to head back to the classroom.
There are no immediate plans to update city hall’s COVID-19 vaccine policy, despite a process to apply for exemptions that one expert in politics says is a clear “way out” for employees to avoid getting the shot.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit again reported 15 new COVID-19 infections Thursday, for the second straight day. The newest cases were reported in Meaford (6), Owen Sound (4), South Bruce Peninsula (2), West Grey, Brockton and Neyaashiinigmiing. The Neyaashiinigmiing case is only the second case reported in the community throughout the pandemic. There are now […]
One person is dead following a collision involving a pedestrian and train in Ingersoll, Oxford OPP say. Thames Street is closed between Victoria and St. Andrew streets for the police investigation, OPP said on Twitter Sunday. Police have not identified the person killed in the midday collision, pending notification of next of kin.
In a close 41-35 vote, councilors voted to spend $836,287 to put better material on top of the trail
A 71-year-old cyclist who was killed in a collision involving a motorcycle on Highway 26 at Grey Road 113 in The Blue Mountains earlier this month has been identified by the OPP as Blue Mountains resident Leslie Irvine Beattie. In a media release, the OPP say they are continuing their investigation into the fatal collision, […]