Black history documentary is latest for former Owen Sound filmmaker
The documentary filmmaker who gave us Queen’s Hotel Blues, about the demise of a downtown Owen Sound landmark, has taken a long look at a little known former rural Black community near his home on the Niagara Peninsula. Graeme Bachiu’s latest effort is the six-part series, Canfield Roots, about the tiny community of Canfield’s importance […]
Soaring Fertilizer Prices Could Deliver ‘Silver Lining’ For Emissions, But Farmers Struggle to Limit Use
By Christopher Bonasia, The Energy Mix
This story originally appeared in The Energy Mix and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.
The sudden rise in fertilizer prices since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could have implications for global emissions by reducing how much of it farmers use in their fields.
Grey Bruce Farmers’ week a huge success
The Crops and Dairy days had high numbers, and farmer’s enjoyed “getting back to normal” following two years of digital editions
Bayfield Slapshot Golf Classic a success
This year’s 9th annual Bayfield Slapshot Golf Classic hosted by Bayfield Arena Community Partners Association was sold out, as it has been for the past eight years.
Judge who convicted officer in overdose death had ‘hindsight bias,’ appeal court told
An Indigenous woman who died of a drug overdose in police custody may still have still died had the arresting officer sought medical treatment for her, a lawyer for the London police officer told an appeal court. An appeal hearing opened Wednesday for Const. Nicholas Doering, who was sentenced to one year in jail after […]
Police search for missing senior in Blue Mountains
The Collingwood and Blue Mountains OPP are searching for a missing senior.