Tim Jennings, CEO of the Shaw Festival, has not given up on a fall and holiday season, which would include A Christmas Carol (Cosmo Condina Photography)
The Shaw Festival has cancelled performances and public events through Sept. 15, but has not given up on a fall and holiday season.
Shaw CEO Tim Jennings is continuing the juggling act he began … [Read more...] about Shaw hoping for fall opening of three productions
The Pedal Pub requires a regional licence to operate, but councillors have issues with safety and noise. (Penny Coles/file photo)
Council does not want pedal pubs operating in town, and will tell that to the Region, which must make a decision on renewing the local company’s licence.
Because of the pandemic, the Region decided to extend all … [Read more...] about Council says pedal pubs don’t belong in town
Furniture, plants in backyards backing onto Dyck Lane need to be sprayed daily. (Photo supplied)
The increased frustration of the homeowners on Hickory Avenue, wanting a solution to an extreme dust problem that seriously impacts the use of their backyards, is evident in recent emails from them to the Town, asking for immediate action.
It doesn’t … [Read more...] about Neighbours pay for dust control spraying
Dan Turner, Laura Sentineal, Eric VanNoort and Fred Sentineal prepare for protests last year, with Locals for Carriages out to support the Sentineals’ horse-and-carriage business. The protesters against horse-drawn carriages are becoming more aggressive this year, councillors said at a recent meeting, and they, along with police, hope to develop a protocol to keep … [Read more...] about Police ask for protest protocols
Ron Simkus, standing about where the groyne will begin and head at an angle away from shore, takes Pearl for a walk, where she meets Windsor, a young pup, and Pete Adams from down the road. (Penny Coles)
An ongoing issue of funding to complete much-needed work on the waterfront has been resolved.
Council has approved spending $300,000 on projects … [Read more...] about Dock Area shoreline protection to proceed
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