Why is my son still receiving a ballot for the municipal election (at our address), when he moved to Kitchener in 1998 to attend university
As a strike by postal workers remains a possibility, Brock Township is urging residents to hold onto their ballots or make a trip to the municipal office in Cannington.
In a post to social media Monday (Sept. 24), Township staff noted that ballots can be dropped off during regular office hours.
Township residents can help the Brock Community Food Bank land a Thanksgiving bounty.
The local organization is one of dozens in the running to win a minimum $250 prize package in an online contest from Ontario Meat and Poultry.
Residents across Brock are mourning the death of one of the township’s longest serving municipal councillors. Reg Starr – who spent 15 years on council
With winter just around the corner, the Warm Tootsies campaign is firing back up in Brock.
Now in its fourth year, the campaign aims to collect an array of winter clothing for local children.
Sunderland residents have once again banded together to appeal a council decision regarding a controversial development in the village.
Township staff have received notice of the appeal from the law firm of Davies Howe on behalf of the Jay Yerema-Weafer (a candidate for regional councillor) and the ‘Concerned Citizens of Sunderland’ regarding a zoning amendment granted to the Katilin Corporation last month. The matter will be heard by LPAT (formerly known as the Ontario Municipal Board or OMB).
Two motorcyclists were seriously injured after their motorcycle hit a deer in Scugog last night.
According to the DRPS, the accident occured around 7:45 p.m. Sunday (Sept. 16) near Cartwright West Quarter Line and Church Street.
Police are searching for a 41-year-old man who reportedly stabbed another man in Brock Township on Sept. 1. Durham Regional Police say Peter McDowell of
In response to the Township’s original plan to remove more than three kilometres of sidewalks in Brock this year, the Accessibility Advisory Committee says there
Traffic at Highway 12 and Main Street (Thorah Concession 6) in Beaverton does not warrant signals, according to the Province, despite a request submitted by