SaubleBeach 15Apr23 LakeshoreBlvdN SixthStN intersection- by John Tamming

Judge Susan Vella was appointed an Ontario justice in 2020. Within her first year on the bench, this land claims case was assigned to her.

In her previous life as a lawyer, she was counsel to the Ipperwash Inquiry.

Just three years before her appointment, she was lead counsel to the National Inquiry on ...

SaubleBeach 15Apr23 NeverABoundary- by Phil McNichol

The recent Ontario Superior Court decision confirming the Saugeen First Nation’s rightful ownership of the north section of Sauble Beach is in itself an important milestone in Canada’s path toward meaningful reconciliation with Indigenous people.

Possibly just as significant in the future is the potential for a new, or renewed, era of ...

saublesunsetcropped- by Shea Angus

"What makes a good politician?"

At its surface, this question seems simple. Things like honesty and integrity probably come to the top of your mind, but let's go a bit beyond the surface and dig more into the bones of the question.

courtofjustice- by John Tamming

Apparently the Town of South Bruce Peninsula solicitors are suggesting that the judgement is somehow deficient in that it fails to spell out the precise eastern boundary of Saugeen First Nation.

There is no material ambiguity in the judgement ...

michaelcraig300- by  Michael Craig – Owen Sound trustee for the Bluewater District School Board, representing his opinions, not official Board policy 

A stabbing at Grey Highlands Secondary School in Flesherton is certainly a cause for concern. On March 9, a student was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening wounds. A day later two boys, 15 and 16, were charged with assault with a weapon and attempting to obstruct justice.

Concerning, yes, but should we panic?


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