OTTAWA - Wellington-Halton Hills MP Michael Chong calls the June 22 passage of the Reform Act a “big victory for Canadians.”
GUELPH - The 4Gs (Guelph GoGo Grandmothers) are planning a Fabulous Fabric and Fibre Frenzy on Oct. 3 at the Dublin Street United Church from 9am to 2pm.
GUELPH - This summer, Guelph Museums is presenting an original a play about John McCrae and the writing of In Flanders Fields. A Night in Flanders opens on July 2 and runs Wednesday through Saturday, until Aug. 8.
Police recently responded to two calls regarding possible impaired incidents.
WELLINGTON CTY. - With school ending, police want to remind drivers and parents to take extra care and keep local children safe this week and throughout the summer months.
The OPP is reminding citizens about the potential of various home renovation scams and are appealing to residents to report any suspicious activity.
WELLINGTON CTY. - Residents should be aware of email/phone tax scams. The Advertiser recently received a call from a Belwood resident advising that he was recently contacted by what he felt were scammers seeking personal tax information.
GUELPH - Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has now confirmed 14 cases of mumps primarily in Guelph’s high school population just as students are about to start summer vacation or attend summer school.
GUELPH - The Board of Directors of Hospice Wellington has announced that Jackie MacKenzie will be starting as Executive Director (ED) on June 29. Jackie will be working with Hospice Wellington as Interim ED until December 2015.
CAMBRIDGE - After a dry spring, the rains have returned in June – in buckets. It’s been wet enough, in fact, that a Low Water Conditions declaration issued a few weeks ago has been removed.
HURON/WELLINGTON - Some landowners in Huron County seem dead set against the proposed G2G (Goderich to Guelph) trail along former railway lands. In Wellington County, the matter is pretty much a moot point as those former rail lines in Wellington and Waterloo Region have long been established at the Kissing Bridge Trail which stretches from Guelph to Millbank.
QUEEN'S PARK - Wellington-Halton Hills MPP Ted Arnott continues to fight for local infrastructure projects which he believes should be included on any long term provincial infrastructure plan.
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Due to ongoing problems with thefts from vehicles, Wellington County OPP are reminding the public that the key to protecting your vehicle is in your hands.