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syringe- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

So this is how easily it can happen.
Last night a customer walked up to the counter at a local coffee shop and laid a small paper bag on it, containing – according to the customer – a used syringe and a balloon. The customer had found it at a table, as if it had fallen out of someone's pocket.
The teen-aged manager was at a loss. This was a new situation for them.
A fifteen-year old employee said she would take it home -

meaford road closuresThe following roads in the Municipality of Meaford have been reopened to traffic.

Sideroad 22 from 6th Concession N. to 4th Concession N.

6th Concession N. from...

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"Bruce Power will present the case to the CNSC for an extension to our licence to operate the site, which will provide us with the...

floodingAbove normal temperatures have resulted in some melting of the snowpack, and rainfall occurred over the Saugeen Watershed overnight. In response, watercourse levels have risen and river ice has shifted in most places. Much colder temperatures today will reduce runoff to area streams.

Water levels in some watercourses have peaked, while most of the others will do so later today. Significant flooding is not...

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