Outdoor facilities like golf courses and tennis courts in Ontario will be allowed to reopen this Saturday, May 22, 2021.
The letter notes the the “alarming studies and reports emerging about the mental and physical well-being of adults”
By Tammy Schneider Local Journalism Initiative Reporter On May 13, the premier announced that the current stay-at-home order had been extended until at least June 2, another two weeks … Continue reading Stay-at-home order extended to at least June 2
Concerned Grey Highlanders and conservationists are asking the municipality to delay any sale or development of more than 200 acres of land in the Beaver Valley so it may be preserved. In late April, the municipality began its Beaver Valley Planning Partnership seeking the public’s input about the future of the former Talisman Resort. The […]
Londoners, prepare yourselves: May weather is finally here.
Ontario is extending its stay-at-home order until June 2, a move Premier Doug Ford said was aimed at bringing down the number of COVID-19 infections while ramping up vaccinations to achieve a “two-dose summer.”
Life in lockdown will remain a reality in Ontario until at least June 2, the provincial government announced Thursday. With over 700 COVID-19 patients in intensive care units, and provincial case counts still totalling over 2,700 on average this past week, the provincewide stay-at-home order has been extended. The province also announced schools will remain […]
In January, the Facebook group “Kincardinites Concerned for our Trees” popped up on Facebook after a number of citizens were concerned about the clear-cutting of a wooded lot off of Golf Links. The group aimed to collectively research tree protection by-laws that are practised in other Municipalities, with the end-goal of having similar by-laws in […]
City hall urged pandemic-weary Londoners on Thursday to not forget the restrictions in place to help curb the spread of COVID-19. “With the stay-at-home order in effect for a number weeks now, our officers will not refrain from issuing fines where violations are observed,” the city’s bylaw boss, Orest Katolyk, said in a statement.
A Tillsonburg golf course that defied provincial pandemic regulations by opening for 10 days has closed, citing “overbearing” law enforcement and pledging to donate its profits to local charities. The Bridges at Tillsonburg opened April 24 despite additional restrictions that went into effect a week earlier in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases, including […]
A Tillsonburg golf course that defied provincial lockdown regulations – and was charged for doing so – is closing. In an unsigned statement on its website, the team at the Bridges at Tillsonburg said it is shutting down operations. “The threats and fines have adversely affected our ability to continue playing golf safely,” the statement…
A bunch of renegade duffers jumped the fence at the city-owned Fanshawe golf course on the weekend to play a few holes in defiance of provincial emergency orders keeping the course closed during the biggest public health crisis of our lives. I’m sure they’re quite chuffed about the whole thing, sneaking past the fence, trespassing…
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