Thousands of students are streaming into London, some for the first time, as the start of a new school year looms at Western University and Fanshawe College. Some of the more than 5,500 students staying at Western’s 11 residences have moved in but the bulk will do so over the Labour Day weekend, the school says. Read More
Ontario is proposing a new regulation to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions by about 90 per cent at petroleum facilities in the province, including three in the Sarnia area. The regulation, which has been posted to the province’s Environmental Registry for a 45-day comment period, would apply to the Imperial Oil, Suncor and Shell manufacturing sites […]
John Flores should have been celebrating his 40th birthday Wednesday.
Twenty-two search and rescue technicians are taking part in advanced search and rescue techniques training on Georgian Bay by Owen Sound.
A Wingham man is facing a lengthy list of charges after smashing into a police cruiser with a stolen vehicle.
By Kathiann M. Kowalski, Energy News Network
This story was first published on the Energy News Network and was republished here with permission.
Major weather events accounted for more than a third of the time Ohio customers of regulated electric utilities went without power last year, according to an Energy News Network review of data filed with state regulators.