Howick Homecomming

Placed at the Howick 150th anniversary ten years ago, this memorial honours the township's past, present and future years to come.

Dark Horse

Dark Horse Estate Winery celebrated the unveiling of its brand new 31,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility on B Line beside the Huron Country Playhouse at a VIP tour July 21. The new winery will host a grand opening this Saturday.

Sweet Deal

Tina Grant officially opened her new retail bakery and store, Tina’s Sugar Shoppe, on July 21 in the Forest Court Plaza at 392 Main St. N. in Mount Forest. The new business is the fourth launched by the Renew Northern Wellington program to date.

Right at Home

Right at Home Canada opened its newest location in the Forest Court Plaza at 392 Main St. N. in Mount Forest on July 21. Right at Home representatives were joined by several local dignitaries for the ribbon cutting, including Township of Wellington North Mayor Andy Lennox, Perth-Wellington MP John Nater and Mount Forest and District Chamber of Commerce president Dave Ford.

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