An army of volunteers worked through the rain on Wednesday morning to erect the giant tent that will be home to the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular beginning on Friday. Read More
Elections have consequences, the saying goes, and for the Michigan Democratic party, the election last week resulted in a sweep of the race for governor and the legislature.
Now comes their opportunity to deliver on long-stalled environmental initiatives.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was re-elected and for the first time in almost 40 years, Democrats will be the majority in the legislature.
Thirty-two years after the mass shooting at Montreal’s École Polytechnique that killed 14 women and injured 10 others, Western University has launched a new lecture series aimed at engaging the community to help end domestic violence against women and children.
Officials from Owen Sound and Georgian Bluffs met with Ontario’s minister of health at the Rural Ontario Municipal Association’s (ROMA) convention in Toronto this week to discuss difficulties attracting and retaining physicians in rural areas of the province. The local officials requested support from Health Minister Sylvia Jones, who is also the Deputy Premier of […]
The teaching certificate of a former Thames Valley District school board teacher will be suspended for five months following a finding of professional misconduct at a hearing Wednesday, the Ontario College of Teachers says.
A 70-year-old Dutton man is charged after an investigation into several sexual assaults, some involving minors, in the London area during the 1990s, provincial police say.
Two more Thames Valley District schools could be getting new names, as part of a sweeping review initiated out of the controversy surrounding names associated with residential schools and racial injustice.