I Speak for the Fish is a monthly column written by Great Lakes Now Contributor Kathy Johnson, coming out the third Monday of each month. Publishing the author’s views and assertions does not represent endorsement by Great Lakes Now or Detroit Public Television.
Breaking down an old Great Lakes freighter and feeding a giant freighter’s crew.
By Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press
Michigan’s Democratic governor wants a nuclear power plant on Lake Michigan to stay open and she’s asking the federal government to pay for it.
But the owner of the Palisades Power Plant says it’s too late — the plant will be shut down in May as scheduled.
Expect more of the same campaign tactics from the Progressive Conservatives and ramped-up messaging by the New Democrats, political strategists say, as the big three parties enter the home stretch of a low-excitement provincial campaign.
A Flesherton woman and her husband drove to Pearson International Airport to receive a family of six western Ukrainians Tuesday, the second family she has helped introduce to Canada. They’re among seven families — 32 people — Susanne von Toerne has lined up to come to Canada or found housing for here. Von Toerne first […]
The program will provide health, dental, prescription drug, and vision care coverage for people who work precarious jobs in sectors like retail, hospitality, and the gig economy.
A migrant farm worker found guilty of sexual interference for touching two teen girls at a Southwestern Ontario swimming pond will be deported from Canada, but not automatically banned from ever returning.