Lisa Thompson brought the topic up in yesterday’s question period.
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The president of Safe Wind Energy for All Residents (SWEAR) is disappointed, but not surprised, by the results of the federal study on the health impacts of wind turbines.
A new medication packaging and dispensing system is now running at the hospital in Kincardine.
The Township of Perth East staff suggest a new route for the Hwy. 7-8 bypass from New Hamburg to south end of Stratford.
The president of the Arthur Chamber of Commerce is making a push for new members.
People are flocking to the Owen Sound Library’s annual book sale. Tens of thousands of nearly-new and gently-used books are laid out in the library’s basement.
The Executive Director of the Huron-Perth Healthcare Alliance says the probability of Ebola showing up in Huron or Perth is small, but the risk is very large and the only thing worse than preparing for something like that is explaining to your community why you didn’t.
There’s a new detachment commander heading up South Bruce OPP for the next few months.
A woman who turned tragedy into triumph is the new Arthur Outstanding Citizen.
HealthKick, the Foundation for Education Perth Huron, and the Four County Labour Market Planning Board are hosting the Spectrum Healthcare Career Forum today in Mitchell.