University, ex-public health official trade allegations in $600K lawsuit

Matt Strauss’s former employer says the outspoken doctor’s commentary about the COVID-19 pandemic harmed Queen’s University’s reputation, while Strauss claims the school tried to “cancel” him. Haldimand-Norfolk’s former acting medical officer of health sued Queen’s and the head of the school’s department of medicine, Stephen Archer, last October, alleging “constructive dismissal” while seeking $600,000 in […]

Stay-at-home mom fined $37K for organizing anti-restrictions protests

The COVID-19 public health crisis may be over, but a stay-at-home mom who organized two large anti-restriction protests in Aylmer in 2020 found out there’s still a hefty cost to thumbing her nose at pandemic emergency measures. Kimberly Neudorf was slapped with a total of $37,000 in fines for attending and organizing demonstrations that helped […]

Local kids’ choir composed songs, while researcher observed

Members of the Georgian Bay Children’s Choir sang their own compositions Saturday afternoon, after having been studied composing them as part of a doctoral research project. Their post-pandemic effort was shared at a concert at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Owen Sound for family and friends. The youngsters, four to 14 years old, were observed […]

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