With the provincial government taking action to send striking faculty at Ontario’s colleges back to work, officials at St. Clair College are confident students will soon return to the classrooms.
The Ontario NDP has blocked Premier Kathleen Wynne’s attempt to table legislation to put striking college faculty back to work, and end the longest college strike in the province’s history.
The Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is giving families an opportunity to light a Christmas tree bulb in honour or memory of their loved ones this holiday season.
The Wallaceburg Knights of Pythias are using Canada’s 150th as inspiration for this year’s theme at the 51st annual Christmas parade.
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance is going to a single corporation and board of directors to govern both the Chatham and Wallaceburg hospital sites.
St. Clair College’s director of corporate communication says there is still hope the semester will be saved.
Chatham-Kent police say they pulled over a 56-year-old man and charged him with impaired driving after he allegedly had some trouble paying for his order at a fast food business in Chatham.
The strike at Ontario’s public colleges will continue.
Chatham-Kent police are moving ahead with upgrades to their radio system.
A pair of field demo days in Chatham-Kent this week will give farmers a closer look at the process involved in harvesting corn stalks and wheat straw to be used to make high dextrose sugar.