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Doug Ford · Canada
'It was a mistake:' Ford reversing government's decision to open Greenbelt
Premier Doug Ford said he will be reversing his government’s decision to open the Greenbelt to developers.“I made a promise to you that I wouldn’t touch the greenbelt. I broke that promise. And for that, I am very, very sorry,” Ford said at a news conference in Niagara Falls on Thursday.See the Story
53% Left coverage: 15 sources
Sports · Ottawa
Ontario reaches tentative deal with elementary education workers
The union does not yet have a deal for its 80,000 teacher members. ETFO represents 3,500 education workers such as early childhood educators and education support personnel. Details of the tentative deal and a date for a ratification vote are set to be shared with those members later.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 6 sources
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Guelph · Guelph
There’s a lot of fluff at this Wellington County farm
Angora rabbits produce a very soft wool that can be spun into yarn or felted for craft projects. Julie Martin from Smokey Hollow Farm in Hillsburgh has been breeding Angora rabbits for over 40 years. Her French angora rabbit, Mags, is a prize-winning rabbit and has won numerous awards.See the Story
Climate Change · Guelph
LETTER: Ford living in the past when it comes to climate change
Doug Ford rejected cheap, clean renewable energy, instead boosting polluting gas and expensive nuclear power. Natural gas can be worse than coal for potent greenhouse gases over the next crucial 20 years. Solar, wind and battery costs have plummeted in the past decade to become by far the cheapest options.See the Story
Protestors · Guelph
SUNDAY SEVEN: BarrieToday's top stories of the past week
Anti-protesters far outnumbered those taking part in the #1MillionMarch4Children Wednesday in Guelph. Jannat-E-Punjab Bar & Grill has opened in the plaza at 206 Speedvale Ave. W. Onmia Packaging held its grand opening at its first North American plant on Phelan Court.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Guelph · Guelph
Guelph Storm youngsters catch coach's eye as pre-season wraps up
Guelph Storm beat Brantford Bulldogs 5-2 to end pre-season with 4-2 record. Braeden Bowman led the way with four goals. Regular season starts Friday at home against Owen Sound. Four Storm players remain at NHL training camp (Matt Poitras, Vilmer Alriksson, Jake Karabela and Michael Buchinger)See the Story