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Hook, Line, and Sinker

When it comes to a vision for what new housing in Port Stanley should look like, it sometimes seems like nothing gets turned away forever. I know my personal standards are a little out-dated, but a house too tall, or a house so big, or a lot so small
that the only way it can be built is to use someone else's property to build it from, just seems a little extreme to me.
When it comes to a vision for what new housing in Port Stanley should look like, it sometimes seems like nothing gets turned away forever. I know my personal standards are a little out-dated, but a house too tall, or a house so big, or a lot so small that the only way it can be built is to use someone else's property to build it from, just seems a little extreme to me. read more...

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McGarry Announces Passage of New Conservation Authorities Act

December 12, 2017 - Today, Ontario passed legislation that will modernize Conservation Authorities and give communities a stronger voice in land use planning, said Kathryn McGarry, MPP Cambridge and Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry.
December 12, 2017 - Today, Ontario passed legislation that will modernize Conservation Authorities and give communities a stronger voice in land use planning, said Kathryn McGarry, MPP Cambridge and Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry. read more...

Regular Meeting Of Council On Monday, December 11th, 2017

Lisa Harrison, was in attendance to discuss parking issues at 351A First Street. She talked about the difficulties encountered with other area residents due to the limited street parking available on First Street.
Lisa Harrison, was in attendance to discuss parking issues at 351A First Street. She talked about the difficulties encountered with other area residents due to the limited street parking available on First Street. read more...

$2,000 Fine For Unlawfully Baiting Waterfowl

December 8, 2017 - An Aylmer area man has been fined $2,000 for baiting waterfowl and is banned from having a Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit for one year. read more...

Canada Summer Jobs Program Accepting Applications

December 8th, 2017, St. Thomas, Ontario - Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Shadow Minister for Families, Children and Social Development,
is encouraging organizations in EML to apply for Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ).
December 8th, 2017, St. Thomas, Ontario - Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Shadow Minister for Families, Children and Social Development, is encouraging organizations in EML to apply for Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ). read more...

OEB to hear from Customers of Erie Thames Powerlines about Electricity Rate Application

Customers of Erie Thames Powerlines are encouraged to participate in the Ontario Energy Board's (OEB) review of the utility's application to raise residential electricity distribution rates by $2.70 per month for the typical customer. Other customers may also be affected.
Customers of Erie Thames Powerlines are encouraged to participate in the Ontario Energy Board's (OEB) review of the utility's application to raise residential electricity distribution rates by $2.70 per month for the typical customer. Other customers may also be affected. read more...

Wynne Government Ignores Health Care Warnings $90 Million in Additional Costs

December 7th, 2017 - Queen's Park - Today, PC Health Critic Jeff Yurek slammed the Wynne government for its shameful performance in the health sections of the Ontario Auditor General's annual report.
December 7th, 2017 - Queen's Park - Today, PC Health Critic Jeff Yurek slammed the Wynne government for its shameful performance in the health sections of the Ontario Auditor General's annual report. read more...

Sign By-law Open House Invitation

If you live or operate a business in Central Elgin and use any kind of sign to display an event or your business in any way, you may want to attend the sign by-law open house at
450 Sunset Drive on Tuesday, January 16th from 5-7 p.m., in the lower level training room, to learn more, have your questions answered, and to provide input.
If you live or operate a business in Central Elgin and use any kind of sign to display an event or your business in any way, you may want to attend the sign by-law open house at 450 Sunset Drive on Tuesday, January 16th from 5-7 p.m., in the lower level training room, to learn more, have your questions answered, and to provide input. read more...

A Great Meteor Shower

Another great celestial event is poised to light up the night sky. The annual Geminid meteor shower will peak on the night of December 13 into the morning of the 14th.
Another great celestial event is poised to light up the night sky. The annual Geminid meteor shower will peak on the night of December 13 into the morning of the 14th. read more...

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Celebrate 40 Years of Live Theatre

Following up on its most successful season ever, the Port Stanley Festival Theatre is excited to announce its 2018 summer line up.
Following up on its most successful season ever, the Port Stanley Festival Theatre is excited to announce its 2018 summer line up. read more...

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RE: Hook

Thanks to the Port Stanley News for hosting this discussion of the issue of residential development adjacent to George Street through your letters column. read more...

Re:'Hook Line and Sinker'

Unlike the writer of this article, we commend the developers in Port Stanley with a healthy positive vision. read more...

George Street Housing

At first glance, Wastell's housing plans for a subdivision on George Street brings back memories of the late 70's when a developer proposed a housing development on these same lands. read more...

A Vexatious Complaint Indeed

Further to Janis Cookson's appeal to CE Council on June 26th of this year, it appears that CE has shown its disdain for the actual residents of Little Creek subdivision.
Further to Janis Cookson's appeal to CE Council on June 26th of this year, it appears that CE has shown its disdain for the actual residents of Little Creek subdivision. read more...

Conspiracy Theory

For the third year in a row, we have had zero goblins at our door on Halloween. This would be disturbing if it weren't for the fact that our neighbours had even fewer. read more...

Thank You To The Port Stanley Volunteer Gardeners

So many people commented this year on what a great job the Port Stanley Volunteer Gardeners do, so I thought it was about time for a huge 'Thank You.' read more...

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