Why is my son still receiving a ballot for the municipal election (at our address), when he moved to Kitchener in 1998 to attend university
The big news flash was delivered by mail today to Sunderland residents regarding the shortage of water and the need to conserve.
This is not news. More than over a year ago, I asked at a council meeting about Sunderland being down to one well. In my opinion, everyone seemed surprised.
To my Patients, The Public and the Profession of Optometry, There has been recent press in respect of allegations made regarding my conduct as an
Dear Mr. Grant: Re: Cannington Sidewalks It seems there is a misperception regarding the value of sidewalks in Brock Township, and in particular I speak
To the editor: I live in Brock and three separate times in the last couple months I have seen a volunteer firefighter with the flashing
It has been reported that you recently voted in favour to the new Brock Township social media policy. While much of the policy makes sense and outlines some common sense issues, I believe one of the sections deserves attention and comment. Specifically, Section 6.3.3: “Staff will not use their personal social media accounts to comment or question any of the Township of Brock’s policies, procedures and decisions of Council or senior staff on the basis that there are alternate mechanisms in place to address any concerns.”
To Brock Township council and staff: I’m writing to you to consider preserving the original Beaverton Public School (BPS) building, as part of the School
To the editor: If you ate today, thank a farmer. Every day, at least three times a day, you rely on farmers to feed and
We have a serious ongoing unresolved flow of contamination going into the Beaverton area of the lake.
Members of Council, As you continue to work toward finalizing the 2018 operating budget for The Township of Brock I would respectfully ask that you