Our 28th annual Brock/Norma Green Christmas Wish was another huge success. The community of Brock Township has shown us once again that there are no limits to what we can do to help our own when they are in need.
This is a review of the Nov. 2 performance of the Beaverton Town Hall Players’ production of the Odd Couple – Female Version, written by Neil Simon.
I would like to thank the following two groups for such a great weekend of events here in Beaverton — the Beaverton fair board and the Terry Fox Run organizers and volunteers.
Unfortunately, I recently had an illness that left me with mobility deficits. While I am recovering, this brought to light that Beaverton only has one accessible parking space on Simcoe Street, at the post office. Should our downtown core not be more accessible to all?
l have lived on Simcoe Street in Beaverton near the harbour for five years. For five years, my neighbours and l have asked for traffic calming measures in this area. To date nothing has been done.
I have been taking to (Ward 1 Councillor) Mike Jubb about this issues we have with high speeds on Simcoe St in Beaverton on the west side of the tracks to the beach and pier.
On June 6, 1944, I arrived by boat on Juno Beach in Normandy, France, with the Canadian Scottish Regiment.
On Thursday (April 4), students at Brock High School participated in a province-wide walkout in protest against some of the recent education reforms announced by the provincial government of Ontario.
Please see my open letter below in response to comments by Brock Township council as reported in the Brock Voice’s April 2 article, Township council supports ‘pause’ on changes to autism program.
I realize this is April Fools’ Day but this is no laughing matter – this is an abomination.