When Misha Donskov lifted the Stanley Cup Tuesday night, his thoughts went immediately to his late father Paul. Read More
Thousands of families are being sent a list of mental health resources available to them over the holidays as educators voice concerns about a rise in mental health issues.
A northeast London school set to shed the name of Canada’s first prime minister will not be renamed for the Carling family that once owned the land on which it sits. Amid a widespread review, Thames Valley District school board officials are in the process of renaming John A. Macdonald public school, located on Landor […]
The YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce has put a call out for community support as it experiences a significant rise in requests for its financial assistance program. Throughout the months of February and March, the YMCA is conducting its Strong Communities Campaign, with hopes to raise the approximately $19,000 more needed to reach a […]
D.J. Kennington spent Wednesday morning in the parking lot of a Walmart in North Sydney, N.S., getting the haulers washed and ready for an 18-hour ferry trip. The stop for the Pro-line 250 at Eastbound International Speedway in Avondale, Nfld., is like none other on the NASCAR Pinty Series this season. “It’s very expensive,” the […]
London police have charged two men and identified a third suspect who is now dead in a botched armed robbery at a jewelry store that nearly killed the business owner.
Hundreds of people splashed, shivered and donated to the Salvation Army during the third annual New Year’s Day Polar Plunge in Lake Huron at the Southampton shoreline. In total, dippers and spectators donated 850 pounds of food, $600 cash and goods for the Port Elgin Thrift Shop. With little wind, no ice and temperatures hovering […]