FERGUS – A familiar face will be returning to Team Canada for the upcoming Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Fergus native Patrick Anderson was recently named to Canada’s wheelchair basketball team for the games, which will take place Aug. 24 to Sept. 5.
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Ran Zhu hoped to run for political office one day, but didn’t expect it would happen this soon. Still, he’s excited to represent the Green Party in Wellington-Halton Hills in the next election after being acclaimed by the riding association earlier this month.
Northern Wellington municipalities will once again be offering local businesses assistance with their online commerce efforts. The Minto Chamber of Commerce, Township of Wellington North and Township of Mapleton have announced receipt of a 11,884 Digital Main Street program grant.
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) is reporting seven new COVID-19 cases over the weekend (July 23 to 25). The region’s active case count now sits at 27, down from 42 on July 19.
PALMERSTON - Volunteeers from the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron have been working together to pick up discarded masks at parks in the area.
CENTRE WELLINGTON – The 31st annual Industry Day will welcome spectators back in full force on Aug. 2, as additional areas open at Grand River Raceway.
HARRISTON - Harriston Rising is hosting two events centred around tie dying on Aug. 3 and 5.
ERIN – In order to support local innovation in the agricultural sector, council here is looking at amending a bylaw that would allow for a more present agritourism identity in the town.
WELLINGTON COUNTY - The province’s transportation ministry is funding two road rehabilitation projects within Wellington County as part of its Ontario Highways Program announced on July 21.
“Three windows were broken, swastikas were painted on the floor and they threw paint over our therapeutic materials ... It’s been a nightmare.”- Autism Behavioural Services director Freya Hunter
Letters to the EditorView all letters to the editor »
Inside The Wedding Planner, we speak to couples who kept their focus on their intention to begin a new life together, choosing not to let the global pandemic stop them from saying "I Do."