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stoneyorchardmapMayor Ian Boddy responded to a question on CFOS Open Line on Tuesday, July 28.

Listener: “What's the City's stance on Stoney Orchard? My stand is, I don't like seeing parkland being taken away from the City. It's hard enough to get it in the first place, let alone keeping it. What's the City's stance on it and where are we on it?"

owen sound transit buildingWith the Civic Holiday taking place on Monday, August 3, the City of Owen Sound’s transit system operated by First Student will not be in operation. The Transit Terminal will also be closed due to the...

councilonrogers- Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

On Monday night, an important anti-racism motion was raised at Owen Sound City Council.  Watching alone in the "media room" at city hall, on delay via Rogers television, I could not see all the faces but I could feel the emotion in the council chamber.

I have transcribed what was said, verbatim, by the three councillors who spoke to the motion,

racism 5266891 640Owen Sound City Council passed the anti-racism motion below 8-1 in a recorded vote. Councillor Merton introduced the motion with the following words:

I bring this motion to the table to acknowledge that we live in a world where racism and oppression . . .

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