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Public outcry coerces Elliot Lake council not to sell Stone Ridge Golf Course to investor

The decision comes after six weeks of closed-door meetings. A proposal had been made to sell the property to a private investor for $1.5 million, but the public was baffled by council’s handling of the affair.

Plans for artificial turf football field at Thorold, Ont. park not sitting well with residents

To accommodate the field, it means having to relocate a splash pad and playground that currently exist on the site. But they are also riled by what they feel was a rushed call for public input for the proposal, leaving only a week to provide feedback.

Emerald ash borer can survive much colder temperatures than earlier thought: research

The study at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre was undertaken after it was learned many insects survived a polar vortex event in Winnipeg with temperatures dropping to almost minus 50 degrees Celsius.

Customers of previously convicted snow removal operators cry foul

Previously convicted of animal abuse, operators of a Toronto-based snow removal company are back in hot water, accused of not fulfilling snow-clearing contracts with their customers.
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