Grey County has supported calls by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and other associations to give small businesses more time to repay the emergency federal loans they took out to carry them through the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday, county council passed a motion to support the CFIB’s call on the federal government to extend […]
As of Wednesday morning, the website and mobile app remained down with no indication when they would be restored.
As Southwestern Ontario farmers gear up for this year’s growing season, many already are facing their first challenge: soaring fertilizer prices and low supply.
Community events marking International Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 31 come amid a series of local deaths which have slowed this year over last. Statistics show 28 people died by fentanyl or another opioid overdose in Grey-Bruce last year. But those are just coroner-confirmed cases. There were actually 46 suspected drug deaths in Grey-Bruce last […]
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We asked Thames Valley District school board education director Mark Fisher about classroom life after COVID-19 measures, such as mandatory masking, social distancing and cohorts, end.