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Brock’s annual wine event moves online

Brock’s annual wine event moves online

The event will feature the 48 wineries, 12 restaurants and seven breweries/cideries that originally planned to take part in the physical Grand Tasting experience last month
Beaverdams Road to close next week

Beaverdams Road to close next week

Region release details on upcoming road maintenance
VILLAGE VIDEO: Ever hear a moose snore? Check it out!

VILLAGE VIDEO: Ever hear a moose snore? Check it out!

This video of a sleepy moose in Sudbury may be the cutest thing you'll see today
Alectra aids United Way's COVID-19 relief program

Alectra aids United Way's COVID-19 relief program

'Local Love in a Global Crisis' campaign leads to $400,000 in funding
How Public Health is caring for Niagaras vulnerable during COVID-19

How Public Health is caring for Niagaras vulnerable during COVID-19

"Addiction, homelessness and overdoses are not going away, they are still here.”
LIVE: Ontario to resume scheduled surgeries and procedures

LIVE: Ontario to resume scheduled surgeries and procedures

Premier Doug Ford says priority will be given to cancer, cardiac-related surgeries
COVID-19: The impact of coronavirus on migrant workers

COVID-19: The impact of coronavirus on migrant workers

Forced to share their living quarters with many other workers, the migrants will be hard-pressed to maintain the social distance required to contain the spread of COVID-19
Webinar planned to address some of the challenges of grape-growing due to COVID-19

Webinar planned to address some of the challenges of grape-growing due to COVID-19

One of the challenges is safely and cost-effectively completing spring work at vineyards while using physical distancing protocols
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Have an excellent day
BEYOND LOCAL: The power of talking about energy change

BEYOND LOCAL: The power of talking about energy change

As our society transitions to new forms of energy, our social and cultural stories will also change, UBC prof says