As part of the Fall Economic Statement, the Ontario government announced on Nov. 2 that it will introduce legislation that, if passed, would raise the general minimum wage from $14.35 to $15.00 per hour effective Jan. 1.
At the Nov. 1 council meeting, Coun. Terry Seiler raised a concern about visibility on the roads in Britton.
Coun. Lee Anne Andriessen raised a few questions at the Nov. 1 council meeting about the status of the transportation master plan and traffic concerns at the intersection of Line 87 and Highway 23.
The City of Stratford, County of Perth and Town of St. Marys are conducting a campaign to reduce the 119 households currently experiencing chronic homelessness by 15 per cent. To achieve this goal they are hoping to partner with landlords across the region who have units available to rent. The goal
The Avon Maitland District School Board (AMDSB) board of trustees has approved the rollout of a boundary review in the North Perth area.
Anne Haines, regional manager zone one for the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), made a presentation on Oct. 21 allowing county council members a chance to voice concerns residents have had regarding property values and taxation.
After a prolonged drought during the pandemic, live music is returning to local stages. Cousins Jay Riehl and Jevon Coxon share some of their music-making family tradition as they play some classic rock standards and country music classics for the crowd gathered at Parkview Gardens in Listowel on Oc
During North Perth’s council meeting on Oct. 18, Coun. Allan Rothwell revisited concerns over housing density regarding the extension of the draft plan approval for the Lunor Subdivision which has been slated for development on the east side of Tremaine Avenue in Listowel for over 15 years.