Carolanne Doig says they believe this is the first time an event like this has been held in Canada and the winners on both the Men’s and Women’s side took home the same $7,500 pay cheque
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Ben Van Diepenbeek says arsenic levels in Dungannon are currently running between 9 and 11 parts per million
A play about farmers fighting for their rights in 1837 opens at the Blyth Festival Friday night.
The Seaforth Country Classic is moving to a new format this year.
The co-owner of Cait’s Cafe in Goderich says he and Caitlin made the decision after a trip to the west coast.
The municipality of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh is switching all of its street lighting to LED lights.
“We thought they were humming in the background in sterile form” Marc Gaden, with the Great Lakes Fishery Commission says, “but over the past couple of years people who have been doing assessment work have discovered fertile Grass Carp in the Great Lakes.”
The Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority will be hosting two public information open houses in August regarding its proposed Shoreline Management Plan.
Water and Planning Manager Geoff Cade explains there will be two main presentations at each meeting in Zurich and Thedford.
The Avon Maitland District School Board has dodged a bullet regarding the Provincial Greenhouse Gas Reduction Capital Funding.