ALTON - Spring has sprung and Headwaters Arts is ready to celebrate with its third members’ show.
Warden’s caucus calls on province to work with municipalities on housing
LONDON – The Western Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (WOWC) joined the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) in calling on the Province of Ontario to work collaboratively with municipalities on efforts to increase the supply of housing, and to tackle the growing homelessness crisis in Ontario.
Soleki first 2023 Hawk’s Nest investor
NEUSDADT – The Bruce Community Futures Development Corporation (Bruce CFDC) and Saugeen Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) have announced Tony Solecki, President of Caframo Ltd. is one of the investors for the Hawks’ Nest a Dragons’ Den-inspired competition.
CVC offers water safety tips
MISSISSAUGA – Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is reminding residents of the dangers that exist near rivers, streams, ponds and lakes this time of year and urging people to keep family and pets away from the edges of all waterways.
Paramedic response times continue to lengthen as call volume grows
GUELPH - The time it takes for paramedics to reach residents in medical distress continues to lengthen in Guelph and Wellington County as Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service reports over 30,000 calls in 2022.
WCDSB announces new superintendent Betty Farrell
WELLINGTON COUNTY – The Wellington Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) welcomes Betty Farrell as the new superintendent of education.
‘Fraud Talk’ launched March 1
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW) partnered with Victim Services Wellington and Wellington County OPP to create Fraud Talk, designed to help victims of this crime, and reduce the chance of being targeted by fraudsters.
Maple Weekend takes place April 1-2 across Ontario
WYEBRIDGE - After an early and unexpected February run of maple sap, the maple syrup season is ready to hit its second wind in Ontario. Producers are getting ready to showcase a new crop of sweet liquid gold during the 7th annual Maple Weekend, April 1 and 2.
Police beat: Stolen boat motor
CENTRE WELLINGTON – A Waterloo man has been charged with theft after a boat motor was stolen from a business here last week.
Rae appointed parliamentary assistant to minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing
TORONTO – Perth-Wellington MPP Matthew Rae's parliamentary assignment has been changed from education to municipal affairs and housing. Rae, elected for the first time in 2022, was appointed parliamentary assistant to the minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on March 10.