The data ranked Owen Sound ninth amongst Canada’s top 25 growth cities.
A housing enumeration study in Grey County last October found 142 individuals were experiencing homelessness
Open letter to Council The willingness study outcome told us the overwhelming result was a referendum. This was not the outcome Council and NWMO wanted to hear. This was quickly overturned with a motion Dec. 14 2021 by a council who seems to follow the NWMO’s mandate. No referendum this coming October with municipal elections. […]
The staff report says of the 37 initiatives reported on, the town achieved an overall 84% completion rate.
Wellington North’s Mayor says despite turbulent times, council and staff still delivered exceptional service and completed major projects in 2021.
Home sales in Grey-Bruce ended 2021 by smashing the average monthly price record for a month at more than $830,000. At $830,982, the average price for December was more than $127,000 above the previous monthly average price record of $703,934 that was just set in September. The average price last month was also 48.5 per […]
The Seniors Home Safety Tax Credit will be extended by one year to 2022. It is good news for local seniors, according to Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece.
The Huron Perth Association of REALTORS® reports 2021 home sales totaled a record 2,359 units
On an annual basis, home sales totaled a record 3,503 units over the course of 2021. This was a minor increase of 3.8% from the same period in 2020.
Regional numbers are in from the OPP following their 2021 Festive R.I.D.E. campaigns.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was not able to carry out dredging for Sandusky’s harbor in 2021 as it was lacking a place that could legally accept dredged material. However, the Corps is on track to resume dredging this year by using dredged material to build a new wetland. Read the full story by…
London’s “resilient” economy saw major economic growth in 2021 despite the COVID-19 pandemic and 2022 promises “stability” for the city and region, the Conference Board of Canada said Friday.
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