Wesley Waite is entering his third year of selling holiday branches from a stand the 11-year-old built himself in front of his home, about 20 a minute drive northwest of London. Read More
Provincial police are appealing to the public for information about a dog attack in Elgin County that sent one person to hospital. Police were called around 1 p.m. Monday to a conservation area on Ferguson Line in Central Elgin, Elgin OPP said. The Kettle Creek Conservation Authority manages the only conservation area in that area. […]
Science Says What? is a monthly column written by Great Lakes now contributor Sharon Oosthoek exploring what science can tell us about what’s happening beneath and above the waves of our beloved Great Lakes and their watershed.
As spring comes to Saginaw Bay, a group of elementary school students are preparing to play an important role in a long-term scientific study.
The Huron Perth Association of Realtors sold 161 units last month, which is down 17.9% from November 2020
Turns out summer isn’t going down without a fight. As kids count down the last days of summer vacation before the start of school Wednesday, the heat and humidity are ramping up, with the high peaking at 30 C Monday and the humidex at 38. Gibbons and Greenway parks in London were popular spots to […]
Cooling off at Harrison Park this summer is likely to be more expensive as the cost to operate the pool heats up. But the city is reminding residents that there will continue to be free swims and other “affordable” options for people looking to take a dip. On Wednesday, the community services committee approved a […]
On Saturday, February 26, approximately thirty volunteers and members of the Lake Huron Fishing Club came out for their second day of “fin clipping”. This process happens once annually, where the adipose fin is partially or fully clipped to mark the trout or salmon. The ministry requires all hatcheries to do this so that they […]