JOSIE HNATKOWSKI Jozefa “Josie” Hnatkowski (née Tymczyszyn) of Kincardine passed away at South Bruce Grey Health Centre – Kincardine on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022, in her 85th year. Beloved wife … Continue reading Obituary – Josie Hnatkowski
Nineteen firefighters, 10 laps of the arena grandstand, 193 stairs per lap, and carrying roughly 65-pounds of gear. Firefighters from Grey and Bruce counties held a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre Sunday morning. The 1,930 total steps are meant to represent the 110 storeys of the World Trade Center […]
World Water Monitoring Day is traditionally celebrated on September 18th.
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A stand-up paddler from Kalamazoo, Michigan expects to break a Guinness World Record by paddling approximately 100 miles from Ludington to Suttons Bay, Michigan. Read the full story by the Ludington Daily News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Michigan
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reports more infectious strains of COVID-19 are circulating in the area and fuelling outbreaks in some long-term care homes
London police are investigating vandalism to the Holy Roller Memorial in Victoria Park, the second time the refurbished Second World War tank has been targeted since it was reinstalled in the park in June. Police say the latest damage occurred on Aug. 24, and was reported online the following day. The investigation is active and […]
All Londoner George Beardshaw knew was that someone in his Queen’s Own Rifles association unit was being honoured. What the Second World War veteran didn’t know was that that someone was him. Sunday, Beardshaw was awarded the Legion of Honour medal, the highest honour awarded by the French government, giving him the rank of Knight […]
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The memory of those who fought and sacrificed in the Dieppe Raid took centre stage Friday in Windsor. On the 80th anniversary of the Aug. 19, 1942, raid that represents Canada’s bloodiest day of the Second World War — and proved particularly deadly for Windsor and Essex County — t he City of Windsor and […]
by Hannah MacLeod Kenzie Moore, 18, recently competed nationally in the Dance World Cup in San Sebastian, Spain. Moore’s journey began with the opportunity to audition for the World Performers … Continue reading Moore takes silver in Spain
A new report from World Animal Protection and Navius Research suggests Canada could meet emission reduction targets if residents move from a high-meat consumption diet to a low-meat consumption one.
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