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Unexplained service failures frustrate residents

City council will consider a recommendation to conduct soil testing on Gregory Crescent and Abraham Drive in the hopes of cracking open what’s been a nine-year mystery.

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With election looming, Save VIA says they want to see a plan

Grassroots groups hosts series of events in St. Marys asking people to ‘Vote for VIA’

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New owners for ‘iconic’ cheese shop and deli

St. Marys residents taking over from Harold and Connie Douglas, who will retire

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Council to deliberate GO business plan during budget process

In a report to the finance subcommittee last week, chief administrative officer Ron Shaw proposed that council consider commissioning the necessary material to try to sway Metrolinx, a provincial crown agency, to abandon its plans to construct a train layover site between Baden and New Hamburg

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City attempting to reduce OMB costs

Lawyers representing the city and the Cooper site’s former owner will return before the OMB Nov. 3-6 to hear additional motions.

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Wingham welcomes RC Jets

Wingham’s Richard W. LeVan Airport welcomed more than 60 pilots plus crowds of enthusiasts to the seventh annual RC Jet Rally, July 25 and 26, Canada’s biggest model jet event this year.

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Members of the county speak their mind about the signage plan

Wellington County Signage Plan held a focus group meeting in Fergus on July 22. Members of the community were invited to participate with brainstorming to help develop a plan to please all members of the county.

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Mulcair defends supply management, family farms at Brunner campaign stop

BRUNNER – A visit from a federal party leader to Perth-Wellington can only mean one thing: An election in October.

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Save VIA group plans day-long series of events

Sign rallies at station; launch of new ‘short-term action plan’

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Canada’s finest young musicians attend annual Summer Sizzle

By Mike Wilson Confederate Staff The future of Canadian music was on display last week at  the 15th annual Summer Sizzzle 2015, which took pace at the Mount Forest and District Sports Complex. Nearly 100 music students were in attendance, along with parents and composers, to take part in the three-day event from July 19-21. [...]

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