Chatham-Kent police have already had a positive outcome after officers were issued Naloxone (AKA Narcan) and trained to administer it.
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A group that advocates on behalf of adults 45 and over believes that seniors are going to love autonomous vehicles.
The Ministry of Environment (MOE) is reporting that a local wind turbine that collapsed on Friday will be removed this week.
The founder of a group that wants concrete median barriers on Hwy. 401 from Tilbury to London doesn’t think the provincial cabinet shuffle will delay the process.
The Ministry of the Environment (MOE) says staff are at the site of Friday’s wind tower collapse to ensure that the company cleans up any spilled materials properly.
If you’re looking for a career in the hi-tech auto industry, this weekend’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit is for you.
Provincial highway snow plowing will continue uninterrupted for the rest of this winter.
TerraForm Power and the Ministries of Environment and Labour are investigating what happened to a wind turbine near South Buxton that snapped in half.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit and the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network are working to address an impending crisis in eye health.
Two men accused of operating a dog fighting ring in Tilbury will soon know if they will stand trial.