It’s time to put to bed London’s lingering debate over part-time or full-time city councillors, a Western University political science professor says.
A Wiarton man faces several impaired driving related charges after a mid-morning crash in Owen Sound on Tuesday.
A collection of news and notes from Tuesday’s debate at city hall:
A list of bus cancellations and delays greeted London-area parents this week as students returned to class after two weeks of online learning.
Sarnia police seized record amounts of crystal methamphetamine and carfentanil in searches at three auto body shops and other locations in Sarnia and Point Edward.
Teachers in Grey-Bruce are concerned with low vaccination rates among students and the lack of high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters as they return to classrooms this week. Julie Stanley, president of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Bluewater Local said with 59 per cent of children ages five to 11 unvaccinated, and only 37 per […]
The owner of the long-vacant former Black Clawson Kennedy site has submitted plans to city hall to develop the eight-acre block near Owen Sound’s harbour. Toronto-based Hansa Financial & Property Management has submitted a site plan application that proposes building six four-storey residential buildings, with a combined 224 units, along with a one-storey amenity building […]
A father and son, and five other family members, are suing the West Grey Police Services Board and two of its officers after a police encounter two summers ago in Chesley left one of the men with what they say were life-threatening injuries. David and Casey Hillier were each charged on June 6, 2020 with […]
Episode 22 of the Craig Needles Podcast is out.