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Lakeshore Permits Off-Road Vehicles in Stoney Point and Lighthouse Cove

Lakeshore - Jan. 22, 2019: The Town of Lakeshore permits Off-Road Vehicles (ORV’s, also known as All Terrains Vehicles, ATV’s) on certain municipal roads in the communities of Stoney Point and Lighthouse Cove. ORV’s will be permitted between 7 am and 10 pm from December 1 to April 30. ORV’s are not allowed on sidewalks, trails or walking paths. FULL STORY

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Our Lady of Annunciation School a Winner

Stoney Point - Nov. 9, 2018: One of Lakeshore’s students was selected as the Grand Prize Regional Winner from the Annual In Motion draw. This year Lakeshore’s In Motion walk was at the Stoney Point Park with children and faculty from Our Lady of Annunciation School and Ecole St. Paul. FULL STORY

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Lakeshore to add two shade structures in Belle River

Lakeshore - Mar. 27, 2018: Lakeshore Council has supported the addition of two shade structures on the West Beach Jetty. The Jetty is intended to separate beach goers from boaters. The new jetty will have a 9 m solid surface with viewing areas, seating and access from the West Beach. It not only protects swimmers from boaters, but provides a new opportunity to connect to Lakeshore’s waterfront on Lake St. Clair FULL STORY

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Special visitor at Lakeshore

Lakeshore - Mar. 1, 2018: Lakeshore’s newest visitor is a Snowy Owl, affectionately named ‘Atlas’, who is vacationing at the front of the Atlas Tube Centre grounds. She can be found on the light posts watching for prey (small mammals and birds) or enjoying a meal on the soccer pitch. Atlas has made Lakeshore’s Atlas Tube Centre her layover destination for 2018! FULL STORY

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Restorative Winter Soup

London - Feb. 19, 2018: As you know, cold and flu season is still upon us. Whether you succumb to it or not, this soup is guaranteed to warm your bones and provide a large dose of good health to help make or keep you well this winter season. Here is a great recipe for a restorative winter soup. FULL STORY

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Sears Canada to Seek Court Approval for Liquidation, Store closures
Toronto - Oct. 10, 2017: Sears Canada Inc. ("Sears Canada", or the "Company") today announced that it and certain of its subsidiaries (the "Sears Canada Group") will be applying to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) (the "Court") for approval to liquidate all of its remaining stores and assets.
Five Hot Vacation Destinations for the Canadian Winter
Toronto - Oct. 4, 2017: Quebec City has over 400 centimeters of snow every winter and this really transforms the city. The city starts preparing for the holiday season in early December and the Christmas lights brighten up the whole city in the same way that the graphics of 7Sultans Canadian casino light up the screen of your mobile or tablet.
Windsor Police Arrest Male in Child Luring Investigation
Windsor - Aug. 9, 2017: On Sunday July 30, 2017 a citizen attended Windsor Police headquarters to report an incident of Child Luring. Ryan Jessop, a 40 year old male from Windsor, is charged with Telecommunication with a person believed to be under 16 years for specific criminal offences and making available sexually explicit material to a person under or believed under 16 years for specific criminal offences.
LCBO extends hours in advance of potential labour disruption
Toronto - Jun. 21, 2017: The LCBO is extending select store hours in a number of locations across the province from Thursday, June 22 to Sunday, June 25 and on Sunday, July 2, to accommodate shopping for Canada Day activities and in advance of a potential labour disruption.
Canada fully supports the United States, says Trudeau
Ottawa - Apr. 7, 2017: The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement today on U.S. strikes in Syria: Canada fully supports the United States’ limited and focused action to degrade the Assad regime’s ability to launch chemical weapons attacks against innocent civilians, including many children. President Assad’s use of chemical weapons and the crimes the Syrian regime has committed against its own people cannot be ignored.
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