After asking politely last month, Brock Township council is now demanding answers from the federal government on the regulations surrounding the cultivation of medicinal cannabis.
After roughly two decades with Brock Township, Thom Gettinby is calling it a career.
Policing and transit were the hot topics when Regional Chair John Henry visited Brock Township last week.
The Sunderland Lions Club is urging members of council to make a decision on the future of the Township’s three arenas.
Brock Township council and committee meetings will soon be streamed online.
More than 15 years after area residents launched a petition, the intersection of regional roads 12 and 23 will finally be getting traffic lights.
The Province is moving ahead with a review of regional governments, including Durham.
It seems as though some members of council aren’t quite sold on Brock Township’s ‘Breathe It In’ slogan.
Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden said that Brock Township will support the operators of the Foodland franchise in Cannington as they work to re-open the store following a fire on Christmas Eve.
The freezing rain and sleet that blanketed the area on Monday (Jan. 7) night may have fired up a budget debate for Brock council.