The Municipality of Kincardine is moving into Phase Two of Public Engagement for the draft Private Tree Preservation By-Law.
While a funding announcement for a compostable products manufacturing facility was the main reason for Doug Ford’s stop in Dundalk on Friday, several other issues were addressed by the premier over his approximately half-hour visit to the community. Ford was in the Eco-Park at the south end of town along with other officials and dignitaries […]
GODERICH – As the shock of Mayor John Grace’s sudden death wears off, local politicians in this town of 8,000 are now faced with filling his role in government until this fall’s municipal election.
The Township of Perth East is going ahead with some roof repairs at the Perth East Recreation Centre.
GODERICH – John Grace, who spent two decades in local politics including the last four years as mayor, was mourned by officials and political colleagues Wednesday after his boating death in Ontario’s far north. Grace, 64, was a native of Goderich. His colleagues on town council paid tribute to him, including his deputy mayor, Myles […]
A 54-year-old Aylmer man is facing historic sex-related charges in connection with an investigation involving a complaint from an 11-year-old girl. Aylmer police said the girl was visiting a relative for a sleepover in the Southwestern Ontario town between January and February 2021. During the visit, police said, the girl was touched for a sexual […]
by Hannah MacLeod First time published author, Hannah Grieve, has based a large amount of her novel on Kincardine, a town she remembers fondly from childhood family reunions and now, … Continue reading Novel, “The Secret of Markie Beach” is heavily influenced by authors time in Kincardine
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Great Lakes Now tries to make every episode interesting and educational.
In “Salamanders, Shipping and Shorelines,” learn about how a town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is taking action to save the blue-spotted salamander, take a look at whether Great Lakes ports could be the key to easing congestion in global shipping, and see The Catch explore whitefish recruitment in the Great Lakes, ecological resilience in Toronto and ancient white cedars on the limestone cliffs of Michigan’s Fayette Historic State Park.
The Municipality of Kincardine has launched an Accessibility Survey.
Researchers from the University of Waterloo’s Department of Biology have been studying the water quality of Southampton’s Fairy Lake.
Festivities begin Thursday evening.
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