On Thursday, November 26, the Point Clark Christmas Market held their opening day. Re/Max Land Exchange Ltd., Point Clark, generously donated their space to bakers, crafters and artists who were interested in selling their wares for the holiday season. Eight spots were open, and were quickly filled by those eager to sell during this very […]
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Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) is holding community-based immunization clinics across Huron and Perth counties in early December to vaccinate grade 7 students. Typically, these immunization clinics take place in the school setting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HPPH will hold community-based clinics to ensure all grade seven students can access these important vaccines conveniently and safely.
Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority (SVCA) and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) are pleased to announce they have partnered together to offer a Water Well Improvement Program that will financially support landowners in their efforts to protect groundwater. The NWMO has donated $50,000 to directly fund water well improvement projects.
Congratulations and best wishes to Jean and John Gillespie on the birth of their little boy Gerard Thomas on November 19th, a first grandchild for Joan Gillespie too! Happy birthday to Kristy MacGillivary last week. Read More
Over 1,000 people were left without power in Huron County following a ferocious storm on Nov. 15. Environment Canada had warned that shifting winds would bring in gusts of 90 to 110 kilometre an hour. Read More
The Christmas Store has arrived for another season in downtown Ripley, just in time to cover all of your holiday needs – it’s the perfect one-stop shop for decorating as well as Christmas shopping. Read More
Stacey Van Leerzem is once again organizing “Pay it forward to Pinecrest Manor”, however slightly differently this year. As opposed to collecting gifts for the seniors, due to health risks with COVID-19, she will be collecting monetary donations to buy matching pajamas for the residents to wear on Christmas morning. “It’s so important that we […]
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) will lead the development of an integrated radioactive waste management strategy, at the request of the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Natural Resources Canada. This is part of the Government of Canada’s Radioactive Waste Policy Review, and leverages the NWMO’s 20 years of recognized expertise in the engagement of Canadians […]