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Regular Meeting Of Council On Monday, December 10th, 2018

The Economic Development department has been undertaking initiatives to expand the County's cycling infrastructure in order to enhance cycle tourism, active living, and Elgin's overall quality of place.
The Economic Development department has been undertaking initiatives to expand the County's cycling infrastructure in order to enhance cycle tourism, active living, and Elgin's overall quality of place. read more...

Thursday is the last chance to Dream

London, Ontario - Those with visions of plum new home (or $1 million in cash) dancing
in their heads, only have a few days to get the ticket that can make those dreams
a reality. Dream Lottery's final deadline is Thursday at midnight.
London, Ontario - Those with visions of plum new home (or $1 million in cash) dancing in their heads, only have a few days to get the ticket that can make those dreams a reality. Dream Lottery's final deadline is Thursday at midnight. read more...

Benefits Of Having A Real Christmas Tree

With Christmas almost upon us, and for those that don't yet have a Christmas tree, some words  of experience from Dan Kraus, a Senior Conservation Biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada on the benefits of having a real Christmas tree this Christmas.
With Christmas almost upon us, and for those that don't yet have a Christmas tree, some words of experience from Dan Kraus, a Senior Conservation Biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada on the benefits of having a real Christmas tree this Christmas. read more...

Bright Comet And Meteor Shower

For thousands of years the night sky has been a place of entertainment and guidance. It was also the foundation of myths and superstitions. Bright comets were deemed to be messengers of impending doom such as drought, disease, famine, war, etc.
For thousands of years the night sky has been a place of entertainment and guidance. It was also the foundation of myths and superstitions. Bright comets were deemed to be messengers of impending doom such as drought, disease, famine, war, etc. read more...

7th Central Elgin Council Sworn In

The 7th Central Elgin Council was sworn into office in Council Chambers at an evening meeting specially called for this purpose on December 3, 2018. The gallery was filled with family members, friends, press, and of course, your newly elected council members.
The 7th Central Elgin Council was sworn into office in Council Chambers at an evening meeting specially called for this purpose on December 3, 2018. The gallery was filled with family members, friends, press, and of course, your newly elected council members. read more...

Report Reveals a Dramatic Increase in the Number of Senior Citizens Accessing Food Banks in Ontario

Toronto, December 03, 2018 - The Ontario Association of Food Banks (OAFB) released its 2018 Hunger Report today which revealed 501,590 individuals turned to a food bank last year alone.
Toronto, December 03, 2018 - The Ontario Association of Food Banks (OAFB) released its 2018 Hunger Report today which revealed 501,590 individuals turned to a food bank last year alone. read more...

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2019 Season Launch Join us for six shows of summer fun!

The 2019 summer season launches on May 21st when audience favourite, Jeff Culbert, brings his unique brand of story-telling to the Port Stanley stage with
The 2019 summer season launches on May 21st when audience favourite, Jeff Culbert, brings his unique brand of story-telling to the Port Stanley stage with "The Wildest Town in Canada: Donnelly Songs and Stories". read more...

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Words Make Promises

What a politician talks about doing in the future and what really happens is most of the time a lot different. read more...

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?

Taking a walk around the Port Stanley Harbour in November really shows how far we have come in the last eight years since the divestiture of the harbour to the Municipality
of Central Elgin on September 8, 2010.
Taking a walk around the Port Stanley Harbour in November really shows how far we have come in the last eight years since the divestiture of the harbour to the Municipality of Central Elgin on September 8, 2010. read more...

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Adapting To The Future

For better or worse, Canada has chosen to legalize marijuana, a decision accompanied by much wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth in some quarters and delighted lighting up in others. read more...

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