The washrooms at Bannister Park in Goderich were destroyed.
Police received hundreds of calls through the month.
Programs are offered in a number of communities.
Area public health officials are expected to announce tighter rules for COVID-19 vaccination requirements at sports and recreation facilities Wednesday, a change that could have major implications for youth aged 12 to 17 who aren’t fully vaccinated. Under current provincial rules, youths 12 and older don’t have to show proof of vaccination when entering arenas, […]
The Rural Ontario Institute is now accepting applications for the second round of their Rural Change Makers program.
Thirty-five youth hockey players will soon be able to suit up for free and get cracking on the ice thanks to the Egg Farmers of Ontario, OMHA, and the Shallow Lake Minor Hockey Association. The Player Assist Program is helping to outfit 350 hockey families across 10 minor hockey associations in Ontario with a set […]
A new youth mental health and wellness centre is celebrating its official opening today in Palmerston.
A 17-year-old from West Perth is facing charges following a recent firearms incident in Mitchell.
Bruce Power’s supplier partners have donated $75,000 to the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
After a year off due to the pandemic, United Way Perth-Huron is relaunching their Youth in Action Grants.
Amid wildfires, heat waves, drought and catastrophic flooding, Canada is moving ahead with its first ever national adaptation strategy to help Canadians identify and deliver on meaningful ways of adapting to the worsening effects of the climate emergency.
First announced in December 2020 and updated in mid-August, the government aims to consult widely with Indigenous groups, youth and environmental organizations to create a framework for concrete actions that businesses, governments and individuals can take to ensure the resilience of their communities.
Kincardine’s 7th Marine Heritage Festival returned this summer on Saturday, August 28, after being cancelled last year due to Covid. The days events included a virtual tour of the BRIGS Youth Sail Training Tall Ship, which was docked in the harbour, free tours at the Walker House Museum and Kincardine Boat Cruises. Fun at Station […]
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