Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford rolled into Reeces Corners just south of London Line on Wednesday morning, pledging to “return the Hydro One dividend to Ontario families” and cancelling what he called “outrageous green energy contracts that have stuck thousands of windmills in people’s backyards.”
Monthly Archives: May 2018
It was just a couple of days ago that I reached out to Matt Hutchinson, faculty advisor for Enactus Lambton College, who graciously made room in his always busy days to sit down with me and Courtney Neilson, one of about 30 students who is “changing the world” through their generosity and vision.
In its 20th year, Discovery Week will see 170 first-year medical students from Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry in close to 30 communities throughout southwestern Ontario to receive a hands-on learning experience in rural and regional healthcare.
While the idea of having a “generous spirit” might be thought of as one that belongs in a Sunday morning service, there’s an argument—and quite a powerful one at that—that suggests it really is an idea that could change the world.
Join the staff of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 7:00-7:30PM for a “Slow View” tour of the current exhibition, Chemosphere, by Toronto-based visual artist, Kate Wilson.
Lambton Public Health reminds area residents to protect themselves and their families against ticks, and Lyme disease, when outdoors.
Despite increasing job vacancies and record low unemployment, Canada’s jobless find it harder to find work.
It would be easy to begin a conversation with Joe Gorzeman, the “Joe” behind the photographic brand JoeGoPhoto (www.joegophoto.com),
Join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, May 27, 2018, from 1:00-3:00PM for “Family Sunday”.
An iconic sign that has been in front of the Chipican Restaurant near the corner of Michigan Ave.