In January, the Facebook group “Kincardinites Concerned for our Trees” popped up on Facebook after a number of citizens were concerned about the clear-cutting of a wooded lot off of Golf Links. The group aimed to collectively research tree protection by-laws that are practised in other Municipalities, with the end-goal of having similar by-laws in place locally. Currently there are some protection by-laws at the county level, but these can be overwritten by any Municipality for development.
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Every year the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board recognizes two students in each school to receive the “Applause Breakfast” award. These students are honoured for exemplifying the Catholic Virtues through their presence and actions that are foundational to the Catholic culture. This year at St. Anthony’s school, Lyvia Dube and Nicolas Marcotte received the award.
Bruce Power supplier partners donate to food banks in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties Over 30 members of Bruce Power’s supply chain are giving food banks in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties a boost to help local residents who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through the Bruce Power Charitable Events Sponsorship Program, 38 […]
RACING CHARGE LAID A Kincardine resident will be making a court appearance this June following a traffic stop that took place last night near Vanastra. On May 4, 2021 at approximately 7:08 p.m. a Huron County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officer was conducting RADAR patrols on London Road (Highway 4) when he observed a […]
Wait 16 weeks for your second dose As per the provincial direction based on the Ontario ethical framework, anyone looking to book an appointment for the second COVID-19 vaccine MUST WAIT 16 WEEKS from their first shot, unless they qualify for a specific exemption. Anyone booking, and showing up at a clinic for there second vaccine, before […]
No one aspires to live in long-term care, but this is what governments focus on: not keeping people healthy at home but on “fixing” a model of institutional care that promises low quality of life for residents, low pay for workers, and insufficient resources for everyone. Read More
The Ontario government is providing more than $2 billion in new supports to advance and protect public education for the 2021-22 school year. The support includes more than $1.6 billion in resources to respond to COVID-19 and an $85.5 million commitment to support learning recovery and renewal in response to the ongoing pandemic. It also […]
Trained Personal Support Workers who have full time jobs with benefits including sick days are key to the improvement and recovery of the Long-Term Care sector, staffing levels adequate to provide a minimum of 4 hours of care per resident by December 2022, on-site unannounced inspections are recommendations from a Spring 2021 survey, Long Term Care in Ontario, of 1272 respondents covering 195 towns and cities in Ontario.