GODERICH – The salt miners cheered when their Unifor Local 16-0 local union president Gary Lynch told them their new three-year contract was ratified.
More than 200 Southwestern Ontario projects, including one of the most controversial wind farms in Ontario, are among the death toll of the new Tory government’s mass cancellation of contracts with renewable energy producers.
A twelve week strike at the world’s largest underground salt mine in Goderich seems may be near an end after a tentative agreement -- which workers will vote on Monday -- was struck on the weekend.
Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government is cancelling 758 renewable energy contracts, including one for a massive wind farm near London where area residents voted overwhelmingly against wind turbines but had them imposed on them by the former Liberal government.
This weekend's Friday the 13th motorcycle rally has lived up to expectations and is possibly the largest in the event's 37-year history.
SARNIA - In flight school, at age 20, he used to like to sit in the abandoned bomber's cockpit, making plane noises and pretending to fly.
Push could come to shove in this community's months-long salt mine strike with the company warning Monday of “enforcement measures” to remove the farm-tractor blockade that over the weekend replaced a wooden-pallet barrier.
Running concrete median barriers along the nearly 120-kilometre stretch of Highway 401 between London and Tilbury would take time and money — a lot of money.
Police have publicly identified the 57-year-old man who died after an apparent drowning at a Woodstock-area campground – one of two drowning or near-drowning investigations in the region over the long weekend.