Before launching a human trafficking awareness campaign targeting young females, London police conducted a focus group with youth between 10 to 14 years old. “They wanted to see other kids talking about human trafficking in an honest way,” said Det.-Sgt. Katherine Dann, the head of the sexual assault and child abuse section. That research helped […]
Not-for-profit charity Forests Ontario facilitated the planting of 2.8 million trees through its 50 Million Tree Program (50 MTP) this planting season. These efforts created approximately 1,400 ha of new forest, contributing to the total 17,100 ha planted since 2008 –an area nearly twice the size of Barrie, ON. In total, Forests Ontario has rooted […]
The rodeo came to town and Grey-Bruce took it as a chance to get into the saddle. More than a dozen competitors from the two counties were taking part in the RAM Rodeo Tour stop in Feversham on Saturday, and for many it was their first experience competing in a rodeo. Will Stutzman, 19, of […]
Two people are dead following a head-on collision Tuesday night on Highway 4 south of Hensall. Emergency crews who responded at about 10:10 p.m. to the crash found two “heavily damaged” cars that had collided head-on, Huron County OPP said Wednesday. One of the drivers, identified as Jacob McDougall, 27, of Hensall, died at the […]
Economic development agencies that get cash from London city hall are preparing to report to council about their work during the last year.
King’s University College announced $1 million in research grants Wednesday that it says will fund projects that align “with their mission as a liberal arts college.”