A group of students from Ursuline College in Chatham (UCC) was among dozens that showed up at an event on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to learn more about reconciliation.
The Ontario Provincial Police is hosting a provincewide recruitment event on Saturday, October 1.
Full-time support staff at Ontario’s 24 publicly-funded colleges are now under a contract for the next three years.
A 39-year-old Camden Township man is facing multiple drug and firearm-related charges after police executed a search warrant at a residence in the Dresden area.
Truth and Reconciliation is the subject of this week’s 519 Podcast.
The union representing hundreds of retirement home workers in the region is calling for a change to how employees are treated, a few weeks before contract bargaining is set to take place.
An emotional healing walk and gathering took place in Wallaceburg on Thursday to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Downtown Wheatley has been given the all-clear following an odour investigation near the site of last summer’s explosion.
Five coworkers in southwestern Ontario, who have been playing the lottery together for 10 years, have won a Lotto Max prize of $1 million.
Stories from Chatham-Kent Health Alliance frontline workers will be taking over the local airwaves this weekend.