The Brock Voice and the Brock Board of Trade are teaming up to host an all-candidates’ meeting heading into the Oct. 21 federal election.
Brock Township council has adopted a new format for its committee meetings following the summer recess.
The sale of two small parcels of municipal land along Highway 12 could pave the way to a “master-planned community” in the Beaverton area within the next decade.
Durham Region is pushing for support from the Province to address issues surrounding transit, public health and social housing.
Outside of labour, the cost of creating three rainbow crossings in support of the LGBTQ community amounted to little more than buying a “bit of paint” in the words of Brock Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden.
With a hearing date of Aug. 15 set, negotiations to end an appeal against the rezoning of a controversial Sunderland subdivision will be going down to the wire.
Durham Region has identified eight priority areas for partnership with the federal government.
Daily lane restrictions will be in effect as the Region repaves a portion of Mara Road in Beaverton.
With bear encounters seeming on the rise locally, Brock Township council is asking the provincial government to examine the issue.
Brock Township council has settled on three locations to show their support for the LGBTQ community.