All candidates meetings are scattered around the region tonight.
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Acquisition diversifies Gay Lea products.
A study for The Canadian Nuclear Association is questioning just how green wind power is.
Conservative supporters in Perth-Wellington will pick their candidate for the next federal election on November 8.
Perth County OPP nabbed 96 speeders, two distracted drivers, and 25 seat belt violators during the weekend’s Operation Impact campaign.
OPP have charged a man with assaulting an officer after a report of an intoxicated man driving around Mount forest on a lawn tractor.
Municipal councils in Bruce County are being warned by Ontario Power Generation they may not receive hosting payments next year for the proposed deep geologic repository.
Natural gas fueled the talks at the Arran-Elderslie All Candidates meeting in Paisley.
How to keep tax increases down, while encouraging new businesses, was the main subject at the second all-candidates meeting sponsored by Meaford Chamber of Commerce and the Meaford Area Association.
This time, however, candidates in the spotlight were 13 contenders for the five seats on Meaford council.
After the last candidate had spoken, moderator Robert Mackey asked them a series of 13 prepared questions.
The questions dealt with a range of council-related topics, including development charges, attracting new business, and encouraging teamwork. Candidates were also asked to suggest ways to save taxpayer money as well as what skills they would bring to council.
About 250 ratepayers attended last night’s all-candidates meeting at Meaford-St. Vincent Community Centre.
The new city council in Stratford will be asked to seek a Heritage Designation for the old Cooper site.