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superiorcourtofjustice- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

A Grey County municipality has been dealt an expensive lesson in the cost of rumours, sexism and discrimination in 2021.

In the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Justice R. Chown ruled on a case against the Township of Southgate and its CAO, David Milliner, brought by a dismissed employee, Melanie McGraw.  Justice Chown summarized his judgement this way: "The plaintiff was fired from her employment based on unfounded, sexist allegations and gender-based discrimination. "

stormyshoreThe Grey Bruce Climate Action Network (GBCAN) began meeting in 2020 and is comprised of representatives from eight municipally-based citizen climate action groups (CATs) in Grey and Bruce Counties and Collingwood and a representative from the Grey County Planning Department. GBCAN was formed because its members are convinced that we are all confronted with an urgent need for climate action and that we all need to work together, citizens, municipal and county councils, towards Climate Change mitigation ...

StAnnessurvivorsIn Ottawa, NDP MP Charlie Angus is joined by Evelyn Korkmaz, a St. Anne’s Residential School survivor, as well as Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum from the Nishnawbe Aski Nation and Deputy Grand Chief Rebecca Friday from the Mushkegowuk Council to discuss the litigation between the federal government and survivors ...

trick or treatHalloween is a fun break from our everyday routines. For many people, anytime one remembers or thinks of Halloween, they most likely catch themselves smiling. Our children’s mental wellbeing desperately needs this type of smile during this time. However, with COVID-19 we all owe it to children to give ...

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