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Education workers vote in favour of strike mandate

A strike could be looming for educational support workers in Ontario. Almost 96% of members of the union representing caretakers, educational assistants, librarians, and other workers have voted in support of walking off the job if they don't come to an agreement with the province. The union is demanding...

Perth-Wellington MPP to make announcement on natural gas expansion in Brunner

Brunner will be the scene for an announcement on the expansion of natural gas in the area. Perth-Wellington MPP Matthew Rae along with other officials will be making the announcement Monday morning at the Country Cousins store on Duke Street. It begins at 10:30.

Several debates taking place locally ahead of the Municipal Election

There are a number of debates taking place locally with the municipal election quickly approaching. The Stratford and District Chamber of Commerce is hosting an all-candidates' debate Monday night at the Rotary Complex on McCarthy Road. It starts at 5 p.m. and you can click here to learn more. The Stratford Arts...

Several road closures in Stratford this week

There's a number of road closures to keep in mind this week as you make your way around Stratford. As the Huron Street Road Reconstruction Project continues, Huron Street will be reduced to one lane beginning on Monday and the Huron Street and John Street intersection will be closed to...

Ottawa contributing over $3 million to Optimism Place expansion

Stratford’s Optimism Place is getting federal funding to help with their expansion plans. Ottawa is contributing nearly $3.4 million through its National Housing Co-Investment Fund to support the shelter's 15-bed, 6,000 square foot expansion at its location on Freeland Drive. The City of Stratford and Perth County are also contributing to the shelter's $5...

Second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation being marked locally

Events will be held throughout our region to mark the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. A one-hour ceremony is taking place in front of Stratford City Hall on Friday afternoon starting at 1:30 p.m. with Indigenous community members delivering remarks and music. There will be a moment of...
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