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The window of opportunity to avert a walkout by about 1,600 Western University faculty is closing, with the union and administration scheduled for talks less than a day before the strike deadline. The University of Western Ontario Faculty Association (UWOFA) is preparing to hit the picket line Tuesday morning if it can’t reach a deal […]
A nationwide Rogers internet service outage that started early Friday morning, stretched into the afternoon and was impacting many throughout Grey-Bruce, including individuals, municipalities, organizations and businesses. The service outage left customers without phone or internet service and by 3:30 p.m., work was still underway to restore the services. In an update posted to its […]
Bruce County has rescinded its COVID-19 vaccination policy for its Gateway Haven and Brucelea Haven long-term care homes. County council approved a recommendation from long-term care and senior services director Megan Garland at its meeting on Thursday to rescind the policy. In her report, Garland said that while they continue to see COVID-19 fluctuate in […]
According to cell phone data collected from Sauble Beach visitors over a three-year period, those who visit the lakeside town are often middle-aged Facebook users with six-figure incomes, pick-up trucks and traditional views on politics and religion. The Town of South Bruce Peninsula received the Sauble Beach Geofence Project report during a delegation from employees […]
It will take a few days for Guinness to verify that Saugeen Shores is the new record holder, after they lined up over 4,000 cookies in the Southampton Coliseum on Sunday.
A former London police officer conned into thinking he was helping expose corrupt colleagues has lost a court appeal of his convictions for breach of trust and obstructing justice.