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Walking six kilometres in Zambian shoes

Students at John Knox Christian School in Wyoming got a taste of life in Zambia. The Grade 7/8 students carried buckets of water for six kilometres mimicking the daily life of children in Zambia. It was part of The Well Project organized by the Christian mission organization Edu Deo Ministries. The project started with a… Read more »

Petrolia hires consultant to consider compost transfer site

Petrolia has hired a consultant to figure out if the former compost depot on the Maude St. extension could be a transfer station in the future – the same consultant that recommended it close. In April 2017, the town closed the compost depot after the Ministry of the Environment listed about a dozen problems with… Read more »

Concerns mount as South Lambton break-ins continue

The arrest of two men in St. Clair Township has done little to quell concerns of a growing number of break-ins in Central Lambton. Lambton OPP say two men were picked up on Charlemont Line after someone reported a suspicious truck in the area. It has been stolen from Wallaceburg a few hours earlier. The… Read more »

High Park Farms wants to more than double cannabis greenhouse

High Park farms wants to build a lot more greenhouses in Enniskillen Township. But neighbours of the cannabis producer want the current air quality and light problems fixed before any more greenhouses go up. May 7, Enniskillen Township will have a zoning hearing for High Park. The Lasalle Line greenhouse sits on agricultural land. Under… Read more »