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Health Canada has confirmed the presence of carfentanil in green counterfeit pills stamped 'CDN' and '80' found in Waterloo Region. Carfentanil is 10,000 times more toxic than morphine. It cannot be detected by sight, smell or taste.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit urges people to use caution when using all drugs. People who ...
Alan Barfoot was acclaimed to a second consecutive one-year term as Grey County Warden at County Council's Inaugural Meeting on December 6th.
In his address, Warden Barfoot spoke of the importance of a unified council when making important decisions in 2017.
"I have come to firmly believe that the key to success is...
It is with great sadness that Bluewater District School Board announces the passing of Trustee Linda Hamill.
A former teacher, school volunteer and children's author, Linda dedicated her life to education and many other pursuits in her community. She was elected as a trustee for the Municipality of Meaford/The Blue Mountains in 2014, where she recently played an active role in ensuring a sustainable future for...
- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor
On October 10, 1855, 102 citizens signed a charter "to establish a Mechanics' Institute and Library Association at the Town of Sydenham (which officially became Owen Sound in 1857), in the County of Grey, under the name of "The Owen Sound Mechanics' Institute". That reading room and library was paid for by annual subscriptions of the members. In 1904, the Carnegie Foundation provided funds for a Free Public Library building in Owen Sound, but the City Council would take eight years to approve its construction, so loathe were they to make the political commitment to maintaining it.
We find ourselves in a similar political stalemate today....