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Port Stanley Polar Bear Dip
click here to view details!  In sub-zero weather, at ten in the morning on March 28, 2015, members of the Port Stanley Fire Rescue were breaking a hole in the 18-inch thick ice at Little Beach in preparation for the Polar Bear Dip scheduled to take place at one that afternoon. full story
Optimist Oratorical
click here to view details!  Bright and early on the morning of March 28, 2015 three nervous teens competed at Christ Anglican Church in Port Stanley in the Optimist annual youth Oratorical Contest. Their assigned topic for this public speaking contest was "How my Optimism will help me press on to greater achievements of the future". full story
Project Ojibwa the Rest of the Story
click here to view details!  On March 10, 2015 the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) informed the Municipality that it is calling upon the Municipality of Bayham to pay the sum of six million dollars ($6,000,000.00). That sum is the amount of the loan guarantee which the Municipality provided to the Royal Bank of Canada in connection with Project Ojibwa. full story
Port Stanley Easter Broomball User Fees
click here to view details!  Organizers of this year's annual Easter Broomball Tournament in Port Stanley are very disappointed, and a little disheartened, by Central Elgin Council's refusal to reduce the user fees they are required to pay this year for the use of the arena for this tournament. full story
Workplace Wellness Moving Forward Workshop
click here to view details!  Healthy organizations are a result of forging strong links between health, safety, wellness initiatives and core human resource goals. On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, Graham Lowe, PhD, author of Creating Healthy Organizations, will demonstrate how improving employee health and productivity can improve your business bottom line. full story
2015 Walleye and Yellow Perch Harvest Levels
click here to view details!  YPSILANTI, MI: Fishery managers from Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario and Pennsylvania - the five jurisdictions that manage the Lake Erie fishery - agreed to a total allowable catch (TAC) of 4.114 million walleye and 10.528 million pounds of yellow perch for 2015. (Walleye are allocated by number of fish; yellow perch are allocated in pounds.). These TAC recommendations represent a 3% increase in allowable catch for walleye and a 5% decrease in yellow perch. full story
East Road Home Destroyed by Fire
click here to view details!  Early Sunday morning March 22, 2015 a family living on East Road faced what is for most of us our worst nightmare - their home was on fire! The home owners called 9-1-1 shortly after 9:00 a.m. to report their house on fire. full story
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 Port Stanley BIA
Air Miles Coming to Foodland
click here to view details!  A brand new Air Miles Reward Program - Air Miles Cash/Dream - is coming to Port Stanley Foodland beginning March 27, 2015. For every 95 reward miles that are earned in an AIR MILES Cash balance, $10 can be redeemed off purchases instantly at checkout. full story
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 Arts and Entertainment
Musical Tribute Series Rocks and Rolls into London
click here to view details!  After a very successful run of their show Blue Suede Shoes - the King the Colonel the Memories this past October at London's Grand Theatre, C2 Entertainment's owner’s Colin Stewart and Chris McHarge plan to keep London alive with an upcoming summer series of musical theatre performances that will relive the greatest hits from the '50s, '60s and '70s. full story
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 Editorials
Ratepayers Ultimately Foot the Bill
click here to view details!  You may or may not have noticed that the municipality has cleared out scrub trees, invasive species phragmites, and weeds from the berm, leaving it looking clean and rather bare. This has upset some people, but not as upset as Bayham ratepayers likely are about now. full story
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 Letters
Re We Dodged a Bullet
click here to view details!  If Bayham comes knocking. One who I expect would excuse himself would be our own Ward One council member, Dan McNeil. full story
Re Conservatives Failing Ontario Manufacturing
click here to view details!  While our Government continues to create and stand up for jobs in the manufacturing sector, the Leader of the Liberal party has been very clear in saying that Canada needs to start "transitioning away from manufacturing-based employment as a driver of the economy." full story
We Dodged a Bullet
click here to view details!  What a well-written and researched article - Project Ojibwa the Rest of the Story – kudos. It lays out the presently known facts and Bayham's plight, which is a cautionary tale for ALL of us.  full story
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