As students prepare to move into shared or rented accommodations to attend college or university, parents, guardians and students themselves should take an active role in finding a safe place to live.
Bruce Power recently donated $10,000 to WES for Youth Online, through its corporate social responsibility program that invests in community initiatives focusing on health and wellness, youth development, minimizing environmental impact, and more. From the left are Jennifer Mulcaster, WES for Youth O
A special meeting of Brockton council was held the afternoon of Aug. 17 to discuss a snag in the Walker West Estates conditional building permit agreement and site plan approval process.
As of Aug. 22, the Grey Bruce Health Unit reported there were four new cases – one each in Grey Highlands, Blue Mountains, Meaford and West Grey. Over the weekend, cases were also reported in Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores, Hanover and Arran-Elderslie.
The Canadian prime minister has announced the call for a general election, scheduled for Sept. 20, and many Canadians are more occupied by fears of a fourth wave of COVID-19 than politics.
The first few days of Canada’s 44th general election campaign are not only highlighting the differences between party leader’s stances on mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations in this country, but also how voters feel about the issue.
It looks like the municipality is heading for a record year, as far as building is concerned, Mayor Chris Peabody said at the Aug. 10 council meeting.
After seeing record highs for home sale prices in June, the average sale price for a home in Brockton dropped to under $600,000 in July.
This year’s Run4Health in Walkerton will be moving back to its traditional live format.