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Projects That Address Barriers To Women's Economic Security and Prosperity

October 19, 2017 - Ottawa, Ontario – Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Status of Women, is encouraging organizations to apply for Government of Canada funding to support the economic security of women across Canada. read more...

Liberal horse racing plan would result in "23,000 job losses and 27,000 dead horses"

Queen's Park –
Queen's Park – "In a move that could be considered nothing but politically motivated, the Liberal government executed a plan to collapse an important Ontario industry," stated MPP Jeff Yurek. read more...

Thames Valley District Students Learning About Lake Erie

Port Stanley - On Thursday, October 19th, more than 125 high school students from the Thames Valley District School Board will be attending the Lake Erie Student Conference in Port Stanley.
Port Stanley - On Thursday, October 19th, more than 125 high school students from the Thames Valley District School Board will be attending the Lake Erie Student Conference in Port Stanley. read more...

Unfair Hydro Plan

Auditor General Releases Damaging Report on
Auditor General Releases Damaging Report on "Unfair" Hydro Plan read more...

Flashover Exercises for Central Elgin Firefighters

Monday, October 16, 2017 - Firefighters from all four Central Elgin fire stations were training at different times this weekend at the Yarmouth Centre Fire Station, 9538 Yarmouth Centre Road with the Dräger Flashover simulator system.
Monday, October 16, 2017 - Firefighters from all four Central Elgin fire stations were training at different times this weekend at the Yarmouth Centre Fire Station, 9538 Yarmouth Centre Road with the Dräger Flashover simulator system. read more...

Cervical Cancer Awareness Week

London, ON - What started with a simple two month check-up for her infant son ended in a drastic change to the course of Kelsey Ramsden's life.
London, ON - What started with a simple two month check-up for her infant son ended in a drastic change to the course of Kelsey Ramsden's life. read more...

Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety

Oct 14, 2017, St. Thomas - Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for the region and a Gale Warning for western Lake Erie due to predicted high winds overnight through tomorrow afternoon.
Oct 14, 2017, St. Thomas - Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for the region and a Gale Warning for western Lake Erie due to predicted high winds overnight through tomorrow afternoon. read more...

Students Take Part In Cross-Country Finals

Thursday, October 12, 2017 – Over 1,500 elementary student athletes from across the district will participate in the 19th annual Thames Valley Cross-Country Finals on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
Thursday, October 12, 2017 – Over 1,500 elementary student athletes from across the district will participate in the 19th annual Thames Valley Cross-Country Finals on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. read more...

Apprenticeship Toolbox

"In 2011, the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum forecasted a need for 316,000 workers to replace the construction industry's retiring workforce (CAF, 2011a) read more...

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It's All in the Interpretation

A recent application to the Committee of Adjustment for a "Minor Variance" for an addition brought back memories from years ago of an announcer at a television station in Erie PA. read more...

Sign By-law

Central Elgin is preparing to enact a by-law, yet again to take away the rights of free speech and to infringe on property rights.
Central Elgin is preparing to enact a by-law, yet again to take away the rights of free speech and to infringe on property rights. read more...

Bafflegab

The most recent public meeting concerning the future of our harbour lands featured the repetition and entrenchment of more bureaucratic bafflegab and BS, primarily designed to make us the vassals of real estate developers and consultants. read more...

Open Letter

I was encouraged to pick up my August issue of Ontario Out of Doors and notice an article on the Special Purpose Account (SPA) authored by Angelo Lombardo. read more...

Comic Relief from Monte's Used Monuments

In order to light a fire under the local business scene in these last days of summer, we are pleased to announce the opening of Monte's Used Monuments on the east berm. read more...

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Oh What A Relief It Is

I don't think I'm alone when I say
I don't think I'm alone when I say "It's a relief that the sewer construction crossing Bridge Street seems to be almost over with the hole filled in and the detour signs taken down on Carlow". read more...

Too Much To Ask For

At the Central Elgin Council Meeting held September 11th, 2017 under Correspondence (for Council's Information) a report from the Integrity Commissioner regarding a complaint made by a person that came as a delegation before Council at a Central Elgin Council Meeting on June 26th, 2017.
At the Central Elgin Council Meeting held September 11th, 2017 under Correspondence (for Council's Information) a report from the Integrity Commissioner regarding a complaint made by a person that came as a delegation before Council at a Central Elgin Council Meeting on June 26th, 2017. read more...

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