PERTH-WELLINGTON – Despite the finding of a federal commission that use of the Emergencies Act to quell the February 2022 “Freedom Convoy” protest in Ottawa was justified, local MP John Nater maintains the government “could have and should have” resolved the matter through other means.
Hop aboard the Library Express for March Break
March Break is just around the corner and we’re going full steam ahead at the library. From March 13 – 18, it’s “All Aboard the Library Express!”
Exercise provides benefits for cancer patients
More and more research is supporting both the physical and mental benefits of exercise along the cancer journey.
Minto Mad Dogs U13LL end WOAA Silver South Group playoff in a tie
Inches – Minto Mad Dogs U13 LL goalie Sawyer Schiestel was inches away from recording a shutout…
2022: The Year in Review
WELLINGTON COUNTY – The North Wellington Community News would like to wish everyone a safe and happy 2023 as we take a look back on an eventful year in 2022.
Newspaper delivery with a smile
Carried or carrier? – Luca Gustafson explores a new Wellington Advertiser newspaper delivery bag.…
Minto resident recovering after ‘freak accident’
MINTO – A local man has a new hero, his granddaughter, who got him safely to the hospital after a softball-sized rock slammed through the windshield of his vehicle and shattered his face as he was driving on the Eighth Line near his rural home on Feb. 13.
Wellington North creating seniors workshops with New Horizons funding
KENILWORTH - A $23,000 federal grant is being used to help seniors in north Wellington stay in-the-know while online.
Soon to be Forgotten theme of Minto gallery exhibit
MINTO – The Minto Art Gallery’s upcoming exhibition Soon to be Forgotten is the first solo art show by Jessica McKenzie.
Minto Juried Arts Show returns
MINTO – After three years of COVID-19 disruptions the Minto Arts Council has announced its sixth Minto Juried Art Show.