A political commentator whose speech at Western University last week drew protesters is not being allowed to speak on two other Canadian post-secondary campuses amid furor over past comments about the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel. Read More
Deionte Knight will wear his purple proudly while trying to impress NFL scouts at the East-West Shrine Bowl game in early February.
People have until Sunday night to tour the Festival of Northern Lights displays before they’re turned off for another year. The annual light displays in Queen’s Park along the banks of the Sydenham River, and in Harrison Park in Owen Sound, are on daily between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. The popular attraction was switched […]
Bellwyck Packaging, whose origins date from 1916 in Owen Sound, has been acquired by U.S.-based MAX Solutions Inc., which has Canadian connections. Max Solutions Inc. announced the acquisition in a news release Monday. Company officials were not available for comment. Bellwyck has plants in Owen Sound, Toronto, where it is headquartered, and in Langley, B.C. […]
Shadell Millinghaus’s path to London was a lesson in brazen self-promotion. The 30-year-old from Brooklyn, who had been coaching college hoops in Florida last year, drove to his home state to suit up for the Albany Patroons. The TBL team was about to face the London Lightning, who were wary after losing there the previous […]
An unoccupied F-150 pickup truck was pulled out of Meaford harbour Sunday afternoon, after police advised the public to avoid the marina. The work started about 3:30 or 4 p.m., involving a crane from Cliff Richardson Boats Ltd., operated by Dave Richardson. “We brought it out of the water yesterday for the OPP,” Richardson said. […]
A new electronic feedback system will allow Ingersoll politicians and other decision-makers a quick shortcut to find out what the public thinks about community issues.