Mar 6th, 2015
Together we make history! From the Everett Ratepayers Association The Everett Ratepayers Association is holding a townhall meeting to create a new organization to represent residents of all Adjala-Tosorontio so that together we have a voice to bring up our concerns and fight issues that threaten our...
Mar 4th, 2015
By Wendy Gabrek New Tecumseth Times A group of concerned citizens came together tonight at the Beeton Library branch to discuss the impact of the removal of trees on a 9th Line property. Banning together under the ‘Save The Beeton Woods’ Facebook banner, the meeting lasted three hours and more than 7...
Feb 18th, 2015
News release from Francis Scarpaleggia Francis Scarpaleggia, Member of Parliament for Lac-Saint-Louis and Chair of the National Liberal Caucus, today tabled legislation in the House of Commons to amend the Canada Water Actto authorize the federal government to play a lead role in promoting the optimu...
Jan 26th, 2015
By Roberta Bell, Orillia Packet & Times Lakehead University has launched a project to study the quality of the water in Lake Couchiching. There isn’t as much research on Lake Couchiching as there is on the nearby and more polluted Lake Simcoe, said Sree Kurissery, the environmental microbi...
Jan 25th, 2015
Debora Van Brenk QMI Agency LONDON, ONT. – America’s slime, Canada’s dirty little secret. Until now, that is. Toxic algae that’s made life miserable along Lake Erie’s Ohio shore, forcing the shutdown of Toledo’s water intake last summer, has links that reach far into Southwest...
Jan 18th, 2015
By Bill Shotyk My home I live in one half of a reasonably well-insulated, modest 1960 duplex in Old Strathcona. The attic is well insulated, the exterior has a layer of insulation under the siding, and all the windows and doors are new and energy-efficient. There is one furnace for each level of the...