Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week bringing back in-person event
The Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week conference and tradeshow is returning for its 57th year. The event is once again being held in-person at the Elmwood Community Centre after being held virtually over the past couple of years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, which runs Jan. 4 to 10 can also be livestreamed. Co-ordinated […]
Top educator speaks out on London vocational school’s future amid shutdown fears
A London vocational school at the centre of protests over its future has limited the progress of many students and must change, says the education director of the Thames Valley District school board.
A new London high school? Thames Valley board officials hope so
The region’s largest school board is launching a sweeping review of where London high schoolers attend class, part of the process toward potentially building a new school in the city. Geoff Vogt is a Thames Valley District school board superintendent overseeing capital spending. Tuesday night, he told trustees the review must begin amid a population […]
Moon shot: Area company on a mission to build lunar rover
STRATFORD – In the massive, dark studio, a black box on wheels about the size of a microwave rolls slowly over the sandy surface filling in for the moon, its steel wheels clattering, and Christian Sallaberger, hands in his pockets, smiles as it rolls to a stop near him. The chief executive of Canadensys Aerospace […]
Cyclist killed in crash crash south of Belmont: Elgin OPP
A 59-year-old cyclist is dead, and three people are facing charges, after a crash south of Belmont Saturday afternoon, Elgin OPP say. Police, firefighters and paramedics responded to a crash on Wilson Line, east of Belmont Road, in Malahide Township at about 4:50 p.m. Police say the crash involved a cyclist and a stolen vehicle. […]
Council approves facade improvement for historic building
West Perth Council approved a conservation plan for the restoration and preservation of the front façade of The Hicks House.