Kincardine’s mayor is stepping down after nearly three decades in local municipal politics. Anne Eadie announced her resignation during a virtual meeting of council Wednesday evening by reading a prepared letter addressed to residents, fellow council members and municipal staff. “My season as mayor is coming to an end,” Eadie said. “My wish for the […]
A steady flow of customers pulled up to Owen Sound’s Canadian Tire store for curbside pickup Thursday, the first day of the second provincial stay-home order imposed since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared more than a year ago. Reaction from people there and in the parking lot at nearby Food Basics ranged from those saying […]
A local effort to curb speeding on the Bruce Peninsula has spawned a provincial campaign aimed at tackling stunt driving on Ontario’s roads. The newly formed Regional Road Safety Committee (RRSC), established in response to Bruce Peninsula Safe Communities’ work to address excessive speed concerns on Highway 6 north of Wiarton, is launching the DRIVES […]
A man is charged after a standoff that drew a heavy police presence to Strathroy’s downtown, police say.
An alarming spike in the number of drownings across several of the Great Lakes last year may have been linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new research study finds. Read the full story by the Detroit Free Press.
Karen McDonald, owner of Shoreline Chic which opened on March 11, says that her first goal in her first retail business venture is to have fun, with a second goal of bringing customers the best quality home décor for the best possible price. The retired Bruce Power manager decided to open her new business after […]