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Three teams confirmed for Port Elgin Chrysler ’22 Ontario Tankard

Team John Epping, Team Glenn Howard and Team Pat Ferris have confirmed their participation in the upcoming Port Elgin Chrysler ’22 Ontario Tankard Presented by Bruce Power. The tankard is set for Feb. 9 to 12 at The Plex in Port Elgin. The tankard is the annual provincial curling championship that determines the Ontario men’s […]

Police probe fatal crash amid Environment Canada weather warning

Area police are investigating one fatal crash and are again warning drivers to slow down amid a travel advisory Tuesday morning. Ontario Provincial Police in Southwestern Ontario were investigating several crashes, including one fatal, acting Sgt. Ed Sanchuk said on social media. He didn’t detail the exact location, but noted it’s one of “a number […]

Ignore the buzz, here’s why Enbridge Line 5 won’t likely close anytime soon

Ignore the buzz, here’s why Enbridge Line 5 won’t likely close anytime soon

By Kelly House, Bridge Michigan and Lester Graham, Michigan Radio

The Great Lakes News Collaborative includes Bridge Michigan; Circle of Blue; Great Lakes Now at Detroit Public Television; and Michigan Radio, Michigan’s NPR News Leader; who work together to bring audiences news and information about the impact of climate change, pollution, and aging infrastructure on the Great Lakes and drinking water.

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Fossil Finds: Great Lakes coral and sea life remnants says much about its past and future

Fossil Finds: Great Lakes coral and sea life remnants says much about its past and future

The Great Lakes region wasn’t always the freshwater realm we know today: rewind to a couple centuries ago and it was actually covered in tropical seawater. That’s why many of the fossils found in the area today are portions of coral reefs and ancient sea creatures.  

“When you think of Michigan or Illinois, you imagine cold and snow, but it wasn’t always that way.

Read Now at Great Lakes Now.

What’s next in human-rights hearing over OPP’s DNA sweep

A date for final arguments is set in the human-rights tribunal hearing over a police DNA sweep that critics say unfairly criminalized local migrant workers but investigators argue helped solve a sexual assault The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal last week heard the long-awaited case of 54 migrant farm workers who say they were racially profiled […]

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