JOHN “GARY” COLLINS Nov. 18 1942 – Aug. 2, 2022 John “Gary” Collins, of Goderich and formerly of Kincardine, passed away at the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital in Goderich … Continue reading Obituary – John “Gary” Collins
The pediatric COVID-19 vaccine Moderna Spikevax is available for children aged six months to five years in Grey-Bruce, at weekly health unit clinics, pharmacies, from family doctors and other primary-care providers. This vaccine is authorized by Health Canada for children within this youngest and latest group of children approved to receive a COVID vaccine, a Grey Bruce Health Unit […]
A federal judge has placed the ex-president of a Fort Wayne environmental services company – described in her lawyer’s sentencing memorandum as “kind, generous, hard-working and honest” and a “huge source of inspiration” for her children and grandchildren” – on probation for two years for illegally storing hazardous wastes and falsifying a document.
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By Hannah MacLeod June is Jumpstart month at Canadian Tire, and this year Kincardine raised a whopping $7,350. Money raised through Jumpstart provides youth with opportunities to get active that … Continue reading Jumpstart month puts over $7,000 back into the community
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By Pauline Kerr There is no more effective way to throw fear into the hearts of the general public than to mention the word “epidemic.” The official definition according to … Continue reading Putting epidemics into perspective
The Hanover and District Hospital is updating visiting hours and reinstating certain restrictions in light on the seventh COVID-19 wave.
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) reports COVID-19 is taking its toll as the seventh wave of the pandemic continues in the region.
by Pauline Kerr Apart from making people with variable rate mortgages break out in hives, most of us are not too sure what the Bank of Canada’s decision to … Continue reading We have important decisions to make
By Hannah MacLeod On Sunday, July 17, three Ukrainian families were warmly welcomed to Kincardine with a barbeque in Victoria Park. Music was provided by * and burgers and hotdogs … Continue reading Three Ukrainian families are welcomed to Kincardine
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LARGRET McINNES Largret Jane McInnes, of Kincardine and formerly of Teeswater and Ripley, passed away at Trilllium Court in Kincardine on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, in her 95th year. Beloved … Continue reading Obituary – Largret McInnes
Ontario launched its Plan to Catch Up for the 2022-23 school year on Monday.
It was the near-constant sound of sirens that drove Nataliia Malhivska to flee her war-torn homeland. Almost nightly, she had to wake her children up and herd them to safety deep inside their home until the warning sirens ceased. The family was constantly on edge. “We would read on our phones that bombs were flying, […]
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