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- East Wellington Family Health Team to host retirement party for Dr. Duncan Bull:Bull helped medical clinics in Erin and Rockwood grow from four doctors to 10on August 18, 2022 at 6:55 pm in News
Bull helped medical clinics in Erin and Rockwood grow from four doctors to 10
- Dufferin County, Georgian College offering early childhood education bursaries to increase workforce, promote inclusivity:There are 18 bursaries availableon August 18, 2022 at 6:55 pm in News
There are 18 bursaries available for those enrolled full-time.
- This 92-year-old Oshawa plumber loves his job and still works six days a week:Ted Klumper has been a plumber for 76 years and has no immediate plans to retireon August 18, 2022 at 6:55 pm in News, News/Business
Ted Klumper has been a plumber for 76 years and has no immediate plans to retire
- Teachers brace for ‘tooth and nail’ fight with province over wages, benefits:There is no job action planned for the fallon August 18, 2022 at 5:55 pm in News
Ontario high school teachers union president says current signals from the province about privatizing health-care mirror what is going on in education.
- Air Canada traffic approaching 2019 traffic levels, CEO sayson August 18, 2022 at 1:36 pm in News, News/Business
Air Canada released statistics on Wednesday night indicating ridership levels are approaching 2019, pre-pandemic levels.
- The Bay reinvents itself with … Zellers? Why Hudson’s Bay is resurrecting the beloved discount store:The company announced Wednesday that it will open Zellers locations within its Bay department stores starting early next year.on August 18, 2022 at 1:14 pm in News, News/Business
Now, about a decade later, Hudson’s Bay Co. — which has owned the Zellers brand since the late ’70s — plans to revive the defunct retailer, banking on name recognition and nostalgia to attract crowds.
- ‘Going to try everything’: Cambridge resident fenced in by developer over property ‘encroachment’:Builders at former Saginaw Golf Course want nine feet of land back and shed moved by Oct. 1on August 18, 2022 at 10:00 am in News
David Clark has hit a fence.
- Erin parents split on masks in school:Families remain unvaccinated, feeling more comfortable without the shoton August 18, 2022 at 9:00 am in News
Erin parents split on masks in school. Families remain unvaccinated, feeling more comfortable without the shot.
- Hillsburgh resident Michael Dehn to run for mayor of Erin:Candidate placed second in 2018 mayoral raceon August 18, 2022 at 8:45 am in News, News/Council, News/Municipal Election
Candidate placed second in 2018 mayoral race.
- ‘What happened that night broke her’: Dying woman’s ‘goodbye visit’ to Peterborough ends in disappointment:Downtown BIA, accessibility council working to educate restaurant industry on disabilitieson August 17, 2022 at 8:00 pm in News
Downtown BIA, accessibility council working to educate restaurant industry on disabilities