A University of Waterloo student is working with the Gateway Centre for Rural Excellence in Goderich on a project to improve COVID-19 vaccination rates and vaccine confidence in Huron, Bruce and Grey counties.
Close to 100 people gathered at the Mildmay Recreation Centre Wednesday evening, to protest vaccination certificates now mandated by the Ontario government.
The clean up continues across the region.
Health officials say the delta variant the cause of a majority of the new cases
The West Grey Library is seeing increased traffic for proof-of-vaccination services.
Central Huron Community Improvement Coordinator, Angela Smith, says the Huron Student Honey team had another great summer this year.
Public health authorities added a few new Cases of COVID-19 in parts of Midwestern Ontario Wednesday.
Hydro One continues to respond to power outages scattered across Midwestern Ontario .
The Town of St. Marys plans to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. A media release reported there will be a variety of activities that will help promote healing and education in the community.
The provincial requirement to provide proof of vaccination to access certain indoor public settings took effect today.
The Upper Grand District School Board is bringing back the Umbrella project to promote positive mental health
The Huron Hospice enjoyed a very successful fundraiser last week.
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