The Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula and Parks Canada recently collaborated to move a historically significant 1800s-era settler’s log cabin from the Little Dunks Bay area of the Fathom Five National Marine Park to the St. Edmunds and Peninsula Museum. The log cabin was moved to its new poured-cement foundation at the museum property in […]
The Canada Dental Benefit will provide direct payments to qualifying parents and guardians with children under 12 years old.
The Ontario Provincial Police’s Festive RIDE (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) campaign is underway and runs until Jan. 3 with the goal of taking impaired drivers off the road during the holiday season. In a media release, the OPP West Region said this year’s campaign has begun amid a disturbing increase in deaths due to impaired […]
The Knights’ goaltending has come around at the same time as their sudden rise to first place.
Students across Grey and Bruce counties recently competed in a map-making competition using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help solve local queries and showcase the area’s tourism hot spots. GIS is a scientific framework for gathering, analyzing and visualizing geographic data, often used to help make decisions. Such systems are used every day by mobile […]
This is the London Richard Bain wants you to see.
Imagine Van Gogh: The Original Immersive Exhibition on at 100 Kellogg Lane has been extended three weeks.
Police are asking for help identifying a suspect after a passenger was sexually assaulted on a London Transit bus.
Health officials in Huron-Perth have compiled a list of resources to help the community navigate cold and flu season.
Craig talks about whether Bill 23 will actually create more homes with AJ Wray