Last summer, Wade Davis found the U.S. in the throes of the pandemic, overwhelmed by death, staggered by ineptitude and dysfunction. He saw a failed state.
When it comes to health care, Canadians only seem to care about one thing: Are we better than the United States? As long as we “beat” the U.S., we remain smug about our performance. This attitude can be hard to square, however, with the Canadians who get quick access to top-level care in the U.S. […]
One year ago – on March 29, 2020 – Huron Perth experienced its first death due to COVID-19. To date, the region’s death toll due to the coronavirus remains at 50. As the Easter holiday weekend approached and case numbers were increasing across Ontario, medical officer of health Dr. Miriam Klassen was reminding everyone to […]
Do you have a bat box at your cottage? If so, the Canadian Bat Box Project needs your help. Karen Vanderwolf, a PhD student at Trent University, and her project partners at the Canadian Wildlife Federation and the Wildlife Conservation Society, are calling on citizen scientists from across the country to help better understand how … Continued
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Beginning Saturday, April 3, Bruce County Public Library services will be modified for the duration of the provincial shutdown. Library Services will be provided curbside, with the exception of computer access which will be by appointment. Library patrons can place orders for Curbside Pickup by placing holds in the online catalogue, calling or emailing their […]
The Ripley Agricultural Society is learning to cope with changes brought on by Covid, just as much as everyone is. Despite not having a fair last year, they have still kept busy and kept the community very involved, and hope to continue to do that. Their current Executive includes: President: Ian Courtney 1st Vice: James […]