Owen Sound officials are working to improve home safety by distributing combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.
A London expert who teaches parents how to protect their children from online predators is hosting a virtual summit this weekend, and she’s hoping to reach moms and dads around the world.
Officials in the Township of Chatsworth are working to improve home safety and bring fire and carbon monoxide-related deaths down to zero.
The union representing Ontario’s nurses says charges have been laid against a London long-term care home after COVID-19 outbreaks last year that killed one registered nurse. The Ontario Nurses’ Association said Tuesday the Ministry of Labour has laid three charges against Kensington Village long-term care home under the province’s Occupational Health and Safety Act. The […]
A new website focused on guidance for community safety and well-being has been launched for Perth County.
The washrooms at Bannister Park in Goderich were destroyed.
Ontario’s Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development has has announced a cut in premiums to Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
The last study was completed in 2016.
Bruce Power is working in to determine evacuation times as part of its ongoing emergency preparedness planning.
Saugeen Shores has updated the municipality’s traffic and parking by-laws with the goal of increasing safety on local roads.
Bruce Power has received approval from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to take the next step forward for new isotope production.
Highlights from the recent Bruce County Council meeting include the approval of a new 50-lot residential Plan of Subdivision, known as the Woodlands Subdivision in Saugeen Shores.
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