LAKE HURON – Together with Giigoonyag (Fishes) Project is a collaboration between Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON), Parks Canada (PCA), and Ontario’s Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry (NDMNRF), to better understand the health of dikameg (lake whitefish) and other fi
National Day of Awareness for MMIW2S ceremonies meant as reminder to learn more
SAUGEEN – The haunting cry of a Mi-Gi-Zi’ (Eagle) filled the air during a ceremony honouring murdered and missing Indigenous women, girls, and 2-spirits (MMIWG2S).
Resident complains about ATV use in Howick
HOWICK – In an email to council, a Howick resident stated they had filed a complaint in September 2021 regarding ATV noise and said, “So far nothing has really been done about it.”
Recent U.S. anti-abortion talks shine light on Canadian rights
CANADA – In the wake of the leaked Roe v. Wade report from south of the border, Canadian abortion rights and politicians’ opinions are being investigated.
CLC sets the stage for upcoming study results
TEESWATER – The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is finalizing dozens of community studies regarding the Deep Geological Repository (DGR), which will be presented to the public in the next few months.
NWMO funding puts Teeswater Medical Centre fundraising campaign over $1.5M
TEESWATER — A $519,000 contribution to support the construction of the Teeswater Medical Centre was presented to the committee on May 4. This funding was allocated to the medical centre through the Near-Term Investment Program, which the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has provided to t
First annual Waste Free Wednesday was a success in Wingham
WINGHAM – Pete Mulvey, coordinator of the first Waste Free Wednesday event hosted on May 4, has decided to host additional events due to success.
Alice Munro Festival planning virtual, live events in 2022
WINGHAM – Since the beginning of time, we’ve been communicating by telling stories. And even before humans learned to read and write, stories were passed through generations to embed family values and to celebrate cultures.
Concert sells out Wingham Town Hall Theatre, believed to be a first for the venue
WINGHAM – The rescheduled show in Wingham featuring The Washboard Union drew what is believed to be the largest crowd ever to the quaint theatre inside the Wingham Town Hall Theatre, the seats filled to capacity with fans young and old.
Foundation presents annual donation to Wingham and District Hospital
WINGHAM – The Wingham and District Hospital Foundation (WDHF) announced last week that more than $870,000 will be donated to the Wingham and District Hospital.