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MP Gary Schellenberger

Schellenberger says Canada will not be intimidated

Speaking from his Ottawa office Thursday afternoon, the veteran politician said he was grateful for the many people here who showed concern for his wellbeing by reaching out to his family or to his office.

Photo: Christos Kalohoridis for Shaftesbury

Tuesday’s Murdoch visit may not be the last for the TV series

Single day of filming will get underway ‘at first light’ on Oct. 28

Planned downtown disruptions for Murdoch Mysteries filming

Information about Oct. 27, 28 on Town of St. Marys website

Jeff Heuchert Photo

One last word from your municipal election candidates

We hope their responses help lend some clarity to what is a very busy ballot here in Stratford.


Tourism director takes $7,000 pay cut

Previously, the STA had requested a $225,000 loan from city council in order to pay off outstanding debts.

Soccer, taxes, new office, DGR among hot issues

If comments made at last week’s all candidates’ meeting are any indication, the proposed Deep Geological Repository for high level nuclear waste is not welcomed in Brockton.

Saugeen area economy shows positive signs in second quarter

Some positive trends are showing up on the Saugeen Economic Development Corporation’s second quarter report.

Hamilton Argylls soldier fatally shot

A Hamilton reservist has been shot and killed while standing guard before the National War Memorial in Ottawa Wednesday morning.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Maple Water going global

Keith Harris just recently returned from a really cool trip to Budapest, where he was informed of what he already knew – Maple Water is the next Coconut Water.

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