The provincial president of the Ontario Nurses’ Association is optimistic the two-week-old strike by nurses working in Ontario’s community care access centres will be over soon.
A small group of Walpole Island residents protested just west of Wallaceburg on Friday to raise awareness for the murdered and missing indigenous women in Canada.
Chatham-Kent police report finding about $900 worth of meth Thursday night.
The Blenheim Blades have a chance to move on to the second round of the Jr. C hockey playoffs tonight.
The Chatham-Kent Public Utilities Commission is signing off on rate increases over the next four years.
Supporters of the “Save OB” campaign are planning a day of action in front of London MPP Deb Matthews’ office.
A proposed $50-million cut in funding for efforts to clean up the Great Lakes in the U.S. could be felt on our side of the border too.
Die hard motorcycle riders will still make the trek to Port Dover for the Friday the 13th gathering.
The Leamington Flyers snapped the Chatham Maroons’ ten-game winning streak after a 5-2 victory Thursday night.
Hwy. 402 has been fully reopened following a serious 11-vehicle pileup in the Watford area.