Area MPP Laurie Scott’s constiuency office in Lindsay was vandalized overnight, mere hours after her government announced that it was freezing the minimum wage hike at $14.
A hush fell over the crowd around 8:15 p.m. when the first set of results came in, a sharp contrast to the burst of celebration
As of midnight this morning (Oct. 17), recreational marijuana use is legal across Canada, leading social media users to rename the day “Weed Wednesday”. Even
With just a week to go before the municipal election, ballot return stations have been opened across the Township.
Along with the municipal office in Cannington (during regular office hours), completed vote-by-mail kits can also be dropped off at the Beaverton Thorah Community Centre and the Sunderland Fire Hall from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day this week (Oct. 15 to 19).
A section of Regional Road 51 (also known as Ramara Road 51) will be closed for the better part of the next year due to a bridge replacement.
Durham Region, in partnership with the County of Simcoe, has awarded a contract for the replacement of the Gamebridge bridge over the Talbot River.
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.
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
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).
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