Minto is going to do something to eliminate its carbon footprint. The municipality has calculated that its carbon footprint could be eliminated by the planting of 960 trees. Minto council and staff have agreed to donate one cent per kilometer of their mileage payments, plus the municipality will pay one cent per litre of fuel […]
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There will be a lot of talk in Elmwood this coming weekend about trees, woodlots, and forestry issues during the Grey Bruce Woodlot Conference and Exhibition.
The Gateway Rural Health Research Institute in Seaforth has received a $24,000 grant through the federal New Horizons for Seniors program.
A two vehicle collision near Minto has claimed the life of a 22-year-old man.
Dufferin County Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after a crash in Amaranth Township caused the death of a 6-year-old boy.
Minto will again be giving away 5,000 free trees this May.
This is World Water Day and the Perth District Health Unit is using it as a springtime reminder for private well owners.
The Water and Planning Manager for the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority says the weather has been very co-operative so far in alternating warm and cold days, so that the snow melt has released moisture gradually without any serious flooding problems.
All freezing rain and snowfall warnings have ended for the region.
Students in the skilled trades from Grey Bruce high schools were put through their paces in the annual Regional Skills Challenge at Georgian College in Owen Sound Friday.