An increased need, inflation and supply chain issues have organizers of the United Way of Bruce Grey’s backpack program scrambling to get items into the hands of the kids for the start of school in less than a week. Read More
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall of a number of Abbott products sold under the Similac label due to possible Cronobacter sakazakii and Salmonella contamination.
Hockey Day in Canada in Owen Sound has been put on ice until 2023 amid new provincial restrictions and a worsening surge of COVID-19-related hospitalizations. The City of Owen Sound announced Wednesday afternoon it has decided to postpone the local event until the winter of 2023. The decision was made in conjunction with Hockey Day […]
The piping plovers of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore had their best-ever breeding season since plover recovery work began at the park, according to officials. Read the full story by Coastal News Today. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
When we think of our cherished dogs, most of us don’t easily make a connection to environmental policy or protecting the Great Lakes.
But that’s the path Traverse City’s Dave Dempsey followed in his latest book release, Half Wild: People, Dogs and Environmental Policy.
The premise of the book examines our tendency to engage in binary thinking on protecting the environment and the Great Lakes, much like dogs who are domesticated but retain long-ingrained wild tendencies.