Amid the trade dispute between Canada and the U.S., an Ontario farming group is taking the high road by extending an invitation to their American counterparts.
Kourtney Audette murder case adjourned to August 21.
Anyone who’s travelling 8 Line through Bloomfield Rd. will have to adjust their speed as council passed a motion to bring the limit down to 60 km/h.
An impaired driver was taken off the road near Wallaceburg Monday night.
Canada’s “Prince of Pot” is calling Ontario’s plan for rolling out legalized marijuana this fall “outrageous,” “cruel,” and “kind of insane.”
Not one, but two people have been handed tickets following a collision, which involved a cyclist.
Ontario residents will be able to buy pot online immediately when the drug becomes legal in October, however, they will have to wait a few more months before its available in stores.
Pride Week officially kicked off with a flag raising ceremony at the Civic Centre in downtown Chatham Monday afternoon.
A commute back home for one mother turned into a nightmare over the weekend as her train was delayed so long, she ran out of formula to feed her infant and wasn’t allowed off the train.
Some mosquitoes in the Wallaceburg area have tested positive for West Nile virus.