Monthly Archives: June 2017

Bear spotted on Cannington nature trail

Brock Township is reminding residents to be wary of bears after one was spotted along the Cannington nature trail. In a message to residents Wednesday (June 7), the Township urged residents to exercise caution and shared a wealth of information on how to avoid an encounter with a bear. “Their entire life revolves around food. When they are not hibernating,

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Grand opening of Sunderland Lions Club’s new walking trail set for Saturday

Local politicians are gathering this weekend to mark the completion of the Sunderland Lions Club’s walking trail at the fairgrounds. Members of township council, along with MP Jamie Schmale and MPP Laurie Scott, will host an inauguration ceremony at 11 a.m. this Saturday (June 10). The trail, which was paved last fall, runs roughly one kilometre around the fairgrounds. “People

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Holy Family Catholic School in Beaverton losing its educational assistant

The Durham Catholic School Board is responding to concerns from parents at Holy Family in Beaverton after word spread that the school would be losing its educational assistant. In a series of e-mails Thursday (June 1) North Durham Trustee Kathy Lefort acknowledged that she’s received a handful of calls from parents thus far. “Educational assistants are assigned to the school

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