OTTAWA – The bill, originally introduced by Nater in January 2019 and re-introduced in February 2020, proposes to enhance protections from sexual exploitation for young people and Canadians living with disabilities.
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Guelph Police officials say Guelph officers will not conduct random vehicle or person stops despite having newly-granted powers to do so. However, it remains a little more unclear what the plan is for OPP officers in Wellington County – or across the province for that matter.
TORONTO – With health officials suggesting the province's health care system is about to reach a breaking point, Premier Doug Ford has announced more restrictive public health measures to try to slow the spread of COVID-19 during the third wave.
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Warden Kelly Linton called a provincial Assessment Review Board (ARB) decision that will see assessment on some area gravel pits rise by more than 60 per cent “a step in the right direction.”
TORONTO – Provincial health officials are urging Ontarians to take the COVID-19 situation seriously, as provincial modelling shows the third wave could continue through summer without more strict measures in place.