Posts in: Arthur

Amalgamation currently off the table

North Wellington Health Care and Groves Memorial Community Hospital are no longer on a path that would see the two organizations amalgamate.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Former town office renamed David M. Kozinets Centre

A large turnout attended George Street in Arthur Saturday morning to watch the dedication of the former municipal office as the new David M. Kozinets Centre.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Arthur Terry Fox Run contributes hundreds to cancer research

The Terry Fox Run in Arthur was held a week after the event was held elsewhere, on Saturday, Sept. 27.

Nicole Ramsdale

Perth-Wellington candidate drawn to Green Party’s vision for Canada

Growing up on a farm near Dorchester, Nicole Ramsdale developed an admiration for what she felt were distinctly Canadian qualities of being “very entrepreneurial and very eco-friendly.” Her friends were from farming families, or worked for small-town businesses.

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Wellington County funds annual golf tournament

The County of Wellington hosts an annual golf tournament where municipal councillors, mayors, and county staff spend the day at Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club.

By Kelsey Dunbar

Doodles by Dunbar

Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Collecting coats for the community

When you are cleaning out your winter clothes from last year, consider donating any gently used winter items like coats, snow pants, mittens and hats to the Wellington North Fire Service, Arthur Fire Station, for redistribution around the village.

All candidates meeting set for Ward 3 hopefuls

An all candidates meeting has been set for the eight candidates vying to become the councillor in Wellington North’s Ward 3 by-election.

Hospital boards mediation to be capped at $75,000, WWLHIN reports

The Waterloo-Wellington Local Health Integration Network has reported integration mediation between North Wellington Health Care and Groves Memorial Community Hospital could cost up to $75,000.

Sewage allotment approved for planned Arthur home

Wellington North council has approved a sewage allotment for a new home planned to be built in Arthur. Council approved the allotment at its recent meeting with the stipulation that a building permit must be taken out by Edward and Margaret-Anne Baratto within three months.

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