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A South Bruce group, Protect our Waterways – no Nuclear Waste, is hosting a rally Tuesday night, as the group presents a petition to council in regards to the proposed Deep Geological Repository (DGR) for used nuclear fuel which could be built in South Bruce.
The Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre is seeing rising hunger and food insecurity. Executive Director Mary Ellen Zielman says local food banks saw 21,000 visits in 2021 and that number is expected to rise this year.
Huron County’s Director of Economic Development says just under 90 people registered for Ontario’s West Coast Tourism Summit at the Libro Community Centre in Clinton.
Public health experts in Ontario are calling a recent rise in COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations the beginning of the sixth wave of the diease, but locally the data is inconclusive. “For a trend to be a trend we need a few weeks not just a couple of days. We have seen an increase in […]
The director of the The Nuclear Innovation Institute said the Bruce Grey and Huron region is already becoming an energy storage leader, which could lead to thousands of new jobs.
Climate change continues to have an impact on some residents in Southeast Michigan. For the average homeowner, when it rains, one may grab a good book, kick their feet up and relax under the gloomy skies. For Detroit resident Semone Alexander, every time it rains, it’s anything but relaxing.
As heavy rains have become more frequent in the last half-decade, so has the flooding of Alexander and other residents’ homes— so much so that many of the homes have fallen into disrepair.