One political debate and nearly 1,200 new homes approved for construction – that won’t solve London’s housing shortage, but it’s a solid step toward that goal, city politicians say. Read More
A Wallaceburg sex worker who fatally stabbed a man who wanted to have sex with her, despite her refusal, must serve another 990 days in jail. Kourtny Audette, who turned 29 on Thursday, pleaded guilty last August to manslaughter in the April 18, 2018 death of Nick Laprise after initially facing a charge of first-degree […]
“Choices for Change has been a partner with the county of Huron for the past two years to deliver the Housing Stability and Outreach Services.”
A local family is getting ghoulish in support of Kincardine’s food bank. “We always used to decorate big before the pandemic, but then when the pandemic hit, we decided to go bigger and make it into something to help out people who were struggling during the shutdowns,” explained Nicole Reid of her family’s Halloween Haunt, […]
The emergency department at the Chesley Hospital is returning to 24-hour service seven days a week on June 15 despite staffing challenges the hospital organization expects to continue through the summer and into the fall months. At its most recent meeting, the South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) board of directors approved the resumption of […]
On Monday, the Grow Ontario Strategy was announced – a 10-year vision for major growth in the agriculture and food industries.