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The Price For Progress?

The recent construction at the intersection of Carlow Road and Bridge Street for new sanitary sewers is just part of a bigger plan to add and upgrade Port Stanley's sewage capabilities for anticipated growth that will happen because of the Port Stanley Harbour revitalization.
The recent construction at the intersection of Carlow Road and Bridge Street for new sanitary sewers is just part of a bigger plan to add and upgrade Port Stanley's sewage capabilities for anticipated growth that will happen because of the Port Stanley Harbour revitalization. read more...

Spring Construction Full Speed Ahead

Well it seems like it never ends, I'm talking road construction, no sooner does one project get finished, another seems to get started somewhere else.
Well it seems like it never ends, I'm talking road construction, no sooner does one project get finished, another seems to get started somewhere else. read more...

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Public Meetings, Planning Applications for Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The applicants are proposing agro-tourism initiatives that are compatible with the secluded and quiet setting in the country that the subject lands offer. read more...

Sterilized Male Sea Lampreys to be Released in The Pigeon, Sturgeon, and Maple Rivers

Ann Arbor, MI - Scientists will release sterilized, spawning-phase male sea lampreys in Michigan's Inland Waterway this May in hopes of employing another tool to combat the invasive menace.
Ann Arbor, MI - Scientists will release sterilized, spawning-phase male sea lampreys in Michigan's Inland Waterway this May in hopes of employing another tool to combat the invasive menace. read more...

Deer Ticks and Lyme Disease

Friday, May 19, 2017 - Elgin St. Thomas Public Health would like you to keep an eye out for their new tick posters (and ticks themselves!) as you head outdoors to enjoy this warmer weather.
Friday, May 19, 2017 - Elgin St. Thomas Public Health would like you to keep an eye out for their new tick posters (and ticks themselves!) as you head outdoors to enjoy this warmer weather. read more...

Winners Announced: Re-wild The Family

St. Thomas – As the camping season gets underway this Victoria Day weekend, Kettle Creek Environmental Trust (KCET) is excited to announce the successful nomination of three families to participate in its Re-Wild the Family program.
St. Thomas – As the camping season gets underway this Victoria Day weekend, Kettle Creek Environmental Trust (KCET) is excited to announce the successful nomination of three families to participate in its Re-Wild the Family program. read more...

Diseased Spruce Removed

If your wondering what's different in front of the Library, you might recall that there was a beautiful tall mature spruce tree that doubled as the official Port Stanley Christmas Tree.
If your wondering what's different in front of the Library, you might recall that there was a beautiful tall mature spruce tree that doubled as the official Port Stanley Christmas Tree. read more...

PCs vote against Liberal budget

Today the Ontario PCs voted against Kathleen Wynne's budget. The PCs cannot, and will not, support a budget that makes life harder for Ontario families.
Today the Ontario PCs voted against Kathleen Wynne's budget. The PCs cannot, and will not, support a budget that makes life harder for Ontario families. read more...

Ambrose Will Be Dearly Missed

May 16, 2017 (St. Thomas, ON) - Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, issued the following statement upon learning that Interim Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, Rona Ambrose, will be retiring from federal politics when the House of Commons rises for the summer recess in June 2017: read more...

Students Absorb Water Messages in Interactive Festival

St. Thomas - Students from 40 schools will participate in the Children's Water Festival May 16‐19, 2017 at Pinafore Park in St. Thomas..
St. Thomas - Students from 40 schools will participate in the Children's Water Festival May 16‐19, 2017 at Pinafore Park in St. Thomas.. read more...

Just A Printing Error

Queen's Park - This morning Ontario PC Health Critic MPP Jeff Yurek (Elgin-Middlesex-London) questioned the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care on the Government's breach of personal health information.
Queen's Park - This morning Ontario PC Health Critic MPP Jeff Yurek (Elgin-Middlesex-London) questioned the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care on the Government's breach of personal health information. read more...

Happens Only In Port Stanley

Traditionally, the long weekend in May for most people, has become the official time of the year to chase away cooler
temperatures and to welcome those incredible warm days of summer that are just around the corner.
Traditionally, the long weekend in May for most people, has become the official time of the year to chase away cooler temperatures and to welcome those incredible warm days of summer that are just around the corner. read more...

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Oh Canada, We Sing For Thee!

A show that that celebrates the songwriters and artists that gave our great country its heart and its soul…
A show that that celebrates the songwriters and artists that gave our great country its heart and its soul… read more...

Artists for Alzheimer’s Gala And Auction

Artists tend to be a big hearted group of people, and it is in this spirit that great art, and a great party are being offered in Support of the Alzheimer's Society.
Artists tend to be a big hearted group of people, and it is in this spirit that great art, and a great party are being offered in Support of the Alzheimer's Society. read more...

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Dogs in public spaces

On the subject of dog attacks I can offer a little insight. As I have mentioned in this paper before my wife and I walk everyday along with a friend. read more...

A Couple of Subjects, Plus

The recent dog attack is not an isolated occurrence, it probably happens almost daily somewhere in this Province. As far as I'm concerned the breed does not matter. read more...

Our LCBO IS Open

What appeared to be a causality of the construction going on at Carlow Road and Bridge Street, our LCBO is in fact, open for business. read more...

What is it with pit bulls?

Warren street attack. I read with dismay. What is it with pit bull owners? Everyone knows there is something there. read more...

Dog Attack Warren Street, Port Stanley

I learned that 10 days ago a young woman walking a puppy was attacked by a PIT BULL on Warren St, Port Stanley. read more...

RE:Harbour Heritage Signs

The Port Stanley Heritage Group is to be thanked for the presentation they made to council on April 24. read more...

RE: Canadian flags for Port Stanley, Belmont, Sparta.

Here we go again !! Staff recommends that 150 flags be purchased and 95 of them put up in the business area of Port Stanley, 40 in Belmont, and 15 in Sparta. read more...

Port Stanley Harbour Secondary Plan Meetings

I am writing this letter in regards to the public meeting that was held on April 10, 2017 at the Coffee House. read more...

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