Koch Bros Fund Anti Tariff Campaign Against Trump

Koch Bros Fund Anti Tariff Campaign Against Trump

It looks like the anti-tariff campaign for Donald Trump by three political groups has deep pockets behind it, as the billionaire Koch brothers, Charles and David have decided to fund it. The... Read more »

Highway 401 partially closed at Chatham-Kent

Highway 401 is closed eastbound between Communication and Bloomfield Roads since 4:30 am Monday due to the fall of lightning strike wires. After being closed all morning, the westbound lanes are now... Read more »
Kennedy McArthur had the idea of ​​joining the ranks of the 56th Field Regiment in Brampton last summer. Photo: CBC / Adam Carter

Kennedy McArthur: Brantford transgender woman rejected by Canadian Forces

A few months after Ottawa’s apology to former LGBT soldiers, a Brantford woman claims that the Canadian military refused her request to join the Reserve because she is transgender. The military says... Read more »

Injection site in London: official application filed

The Middlesex-London Health Unit claims to have filed a formal request for the right to install a supervised injection site in London. “With evidence that the center will be well attended and... Read more »

Andrea Horwath promises dental insurance to Ontarians if NDP wins in June

Ontario New Democrat Leader (NDP) Andrea Horwath announced at a rally in Toronto Saturday that if she becomes Premier of Ontario in June, all Ontarians will be eligible for insurance. dental. The... Read more »

Paris gets Irish for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world and Ontario is no exception. Many activities are planned in Brant County to celebrate Irish National Day. Most pubs also expect to welcome... Read more »

Kathleen Wynne defends sex education program

Premier Kathleen Wynne says parents and experts were consulted during the development of the sex education program, contrary to what new Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford is suggesting. In a press briefing... Read more »

Paris Included In Minimum Income pilot project

A pilot project on the effects of implementing a guaranteed minimum income officially begins in three regions of the province. For three years, this program will study how a basic income could... Read more »

Grade 11 and 12 students have until Monday to get vaccinated

Students in the Windsor area born in 2000 and 2011 will be required to present vaccination cards by Monday to be able to attend class. The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit reports that... Read more »

Provincial OFFSA Finals continue in Windsor

Hundreds of young people from across Ontario are gathered in Windsor for the Federation of Ontario School Sport Associations (OFSAA) wrestling finals at the WFCU Center. Some will know Wednesday if they... Read more »