OTTAWA - Local MPs were among those under lockdown at Parliament Hill after shots were fired inside the building and a soldier was reportedly shot at the National War Memorial on Oct. 22.
"I'm in my office right now … The situation is still unfolding," Chong told the Advertiser by phone about an hour after shots were first reported at Parliament Hill just before 10am.
"I don't know much more than you guys do."
ALTON - As a young girl, Helen Caruso first started her artwork attending classes at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
GUELPH - Since 2000, World Mental Health Day has been held as a way to encourage discussion and awareness in the face of diseases that often are ignored or silenced.
GUELPH - The provincial government has granted a one-time gift of $62,500 to KidsAbility of Waterloo Wellington to reduce wait times and enhance children’s rehabilitation services.
WELLINGTON CTY. - A Guelph man is facing numerous charges after a police chase earlier this week.
On Oct. 20 at about 10:32pm, Wellington County OPP officers were conducting a RIDE check at the intersection of Wellington Road 124 and Watson Road in Guelph-Eramosa Township.
As residents across the county prepare for Monday’s municipal elections, it seems municipalities have their own approach to dealing with the results.
WELLINGTON CTY. - The Governor’s Residence, home to the County of Wellington economic development office, officially opened its doors on Oct. 21.
GUELPH - How can we live on less money? With less stuff? With less stress? With less impact on the environment?
OTTAWA - Perth-Wellington MP Gary Schellenberger, spoke in the House of Commons on Sept. 30 about the lack of due consideration given to windmill construction and the lack of respect and proper consultation experienced by many rural Ontarians.