This past Friday, the county unveiled a new “It Takes a Forest” billboard at the Stevenson Tract.
Of the dozens of children from Saugeen First Nation who attended residential schools, only five are still alive today. One of those is Shirley John, who on Friday during the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was busy talking about her own experiences as a way to both educate as many as possible and help […]
Trudeau urged non-Indigenous people to reflect on the legacy of residential schools.
Some Michigan lawmakers are outraged by a recent State Historic Preservation Review Board decision to move forward in the process of adding some lands near the Menominee River to the National Register of Historic Places. The Menominee Indian Tribe considers the lands, which span Michigan and Wisconsin across the Menominee River, culturally and historically significant….
The Municipality of South Huron, along with the South Huron District High School and Exeter Elementary School will be commemorating National Day For Truth and Reconciliation this Friday with a walk on the main street of Exeter.
Huron County is recognizing the importance of Truth and Reconciliation Day on September 30.
The Government of Canada is contributing nearly $3.4 Million to the existing emergency shelter at the Perth County Transition Home for Women.
The Great Lakes region sits at the intersection of two migratory super-highways, the Mississippi and Atlantic flyways, where more than 380 bird species fly through the region each fall. The Bird Migration Explorer, a new interactive map from the National Audubon Society, lets bird watchers track the journeys that globe-trotting birds make each year. Read…
A special ceremony for National Truth and Reconciliation Day will be held in Brockton this Friday, September 30. Organizer Gregory McLean, says everyone will gather at the Memory Lane Park in Walkerton at Durham Street & McNab Street at 6:30 a.m., followed by an illuminated vigil walk across the street to the library steps. “We will […]
Momentum continues to build in the Green Bay area for the National Estuarine Research Reserve, a federal designation to help protect and study coastal wetlands and natural estuaries. Land set aside for the reserve is designated through a six-step process that usually takes about four to six years to finish. Read the full story by…
Keon Edwards wasn’t satisfied with scoring 30-something in each of the Western Mustangs football team’s first three wins. There were a couple of things missing – like a dominant first quarter and a scoreboard-busting performance. The No. 1 team in the country provided both Saturday, scoring three quick touchdowns and rolling over the Waterloo Warriors […]
The Grey-Bruce Health Unit has identified its first lab confirmed influenza case for the 2022-23 season.
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