The Province has launched an investigation after an alert about an incident at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station was mistakenly sent to the public Sunday (Jan. 12).
Flags at all Brock Township facilities have been lowered to honour victims victims of a plane crash in Iran.
Durham Region wants to hear from residents and businesses on how to improve broadband access.
Durham Region has approved the addition of a four-way stop at Cameron and Laidlaw streets in Cannington.
Brock Township residents are invited to stop in for a chat with Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden next week.
A stretch of Concession 7 in Uxbridge will be closed for two weeks this month due to culvert repairs by the Region.
According to a media release, the work on Concession 7 – which is also known as Regional Road 1 – is slated to run from Jan. 8 to 22.
The road will be closed for a 400 metre stretch north of Sanford Road for that time period though residents should note that unfavorable weather conditions may influence the work schedule.
“The Region realizes that the work is disruptive and will make every effort to complete the work as quickly and efficiently as possible,” the notice reads.
“Drivers are asked to exercise caution for the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and the work crews.”
Andrew Scheer has announced that he is stepping down as Conservative leader once a replacement has been chosen.
The intersection of regional roads 23 and 13 has reopened ahead of schedule.
Construction of a new school in Beaverton could be delayed – again.
Area MP Jamie Schmale has earned a spot in the Conservative Shadow Cabinet.