Grey-Bruce voted almost unanimously against the Ontario government’s decision to expand publicly funded medical procedures, diagnostic imaging and surgeries done in private clinics. The Ontario Health Coalition vote, held May 26 and 27, had 9,889 votes against and 132 in favour of changes the government enacted May 18 in Bill 60, the Your Health Act, […]
The state of Michigan says a Flint chemical company with a permit to discharge into the Flint River appears to be responsible for contaminated stormwater or groundwater that has found its way into the city’s storm sewer system. Read the full story by M…
A leading voice of the ongoing Highway 402 shutdown is a self-styled “visionary” from the nearby community of Watford who has encouraged an uptick in participation this weekend.
A lot has happened since the Ontario Hockey League ended Logan Mailloux’s suspension at 26 games last week.
By Pauline Kerr Hot, humid weather in this part of the country often means thunderstorms, and those sometimes spawn tornadoes. We’re now in peak tornado season, and have been hearing … Continue reading Northern Tornadoes Project →
Facing homelessness for the fourth time in three years, a Kincardine mother of three is speaking out on the local impact of a national crisis. “It’s not just me. There are hundreds of people in this situation,” said Jennifer Whalen, a single mother struggling to find housing on Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) income. “An […]