A captivating musical comedy celebrating Mounties, beavers and the many idiosyncrasies that exist north of the 49th parallel, Drayton Entertainment presents Canada 151: Better Late Than Sorry, which plays at Grand Bend's Huron Country Playhouse from July 12 to Aug. 4.
A 42-year-old Sarnia man arrested Sunday by city police has been charged with sexual assault and other offences in connection with a July 10 incident where an elderly woman was attacked in her home after giving a stranger a glass of water and letting him use her washroom.
More than 200 Southwestern Ontario
projects, including one of the most
controversial wind farms in Ontario,
are among the death toll of the new
Tory government’s mass cancellation of
contracts with renewable energy
A twelve week strike at the world’s largest underground salt mine in Goderich seems may be near an end after a tentative agreement -- which workers will vote on Monday -- was struck on the weekend.
Lambton County’s medical officer of health agrees decriminalizing personal drug use could help stem the crisis of opioid overdose deaths in Canada.
The road through Canatara Park is getting smoothed out, but it also may be in line for a few strategic bumps along the way.
A $1-million offer is on the table for the Bayside Centre land.
Friends Vi Archer and Chelsea Laurin had some extra company at brunch Sunday morning.
It’s been seven years since Sue Serratore and her husband staged their first Family Fun Day in Tecumseh Park, with games and activities for community youngsters, and free food.
Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government is cancelling 758 renewable energy contracts, including one for a massive wind farm near London where area residents voted overwhelmingly against wind turbines but had them imposed on them by the former Liberal government.