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Health unit warning against measles

You're being urged to get vaccinated against measles if you're not already. Huron Perth Public Health officials say measles cases are increasing globally, including in Ontario, and its one of the most highly contagious infectious diseases. It spreads through coughing and sneezing and can cause complications including pneumonia. You can contact the...

Stratford’s Queen’s Inn furniture donated to Habitat for Humanity

It's your chance to own a part of Stratford history for a good cause. The BMI Group, owners of the Queen's Inn in the city, donate all of the furniture in it to the Habitat for Humanity Heartland Stratford Restore with the property transforming into part of the Marriott portfolio. BMI...

New study finds demand remains for farmland in Southwestern Ontario

We're still seeing decent demand for farmland in our region. That's according to Ryan Parker of Valco Consultants who recently released a study on farmland values in Midwestern Ontario. It found that there was a ten per cent increase in values between 2022 and 2023, down from an increase of around...

Road closures to be in place for Coldest Night of the Year in Stratford

There will be road closures in place this weekend for the Coldest Night of the Year. Taking place on Saturday, the fundraiser supports local organizations that help those experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness in the community. William Street will be closed from Waterloo Street to Lakeside Drive and Denison Street will...

Stratford’s Sobeys reopens after refrigeration leak

It's business as usual at the Sobeys in Stratford after the store was temporarily closed because of a refrigeration leak. Stratford Fire Chief Neil Anderson tells MyStratfordNow.com that firefighters were called out after they received a fire alarm on Tuesday morning from the business on Huron Street. They say the store...

Affordability and health care two of the top concerns for Perth-Wellington MPP Matthew Rae

Perth-Wellington's MPP says he has affordability and health care on his mind with the Ontario legislature resuming. Matthew Rae says his government took a lot of initiatives prior to the Christmas break to make life more affordable including a ten cent a litre cut on gas and getting rid of...
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