An Ontario Municipal Board hearing into a proposed gravel pit for Adjala-TosorStaff from the Alliston and District Humane Society told the OMB that the loud noise and dust will have an impact on the animals. Staff from the Alliston and District Humane Society told the OMB that the loud noise and dust will have an impact on the animals. “Our animals will be stressed, we already have stressed and frightened animals and this will just add to that for them,” said Susan Shannon, volunteer board member.
Officials at the Bala Royal Canadian Legion Branch are taking on a big project that could address affordable housing for seniors. Legion members what to build at large scale senior care complex that would be attached to the legion building. “The idea came from our older veterans as well as their families who wanted to stay in the community and they didn’t have housing for that,” said Ruth Nishikawa, Legion executive member.
Georgian College students got to take their frustrations out on their administration, as concerns grow over losing the rest of their semester. During a meeting on Wednesday, some students reached a breaking point; tired of having their education caught in the middle of a contract dispute between faculty and colleges. “We don't know how we're going to save the semester,” said student Stacy Cameron. “I am a mature student with two children at home.
The Alliston District Humane Society is testifying today, arguing noise and dust from the gravel pit would have a negative impact on their already stressed animals. @CTVBarrieNewshttps://t.co/fC37iq4kpG
This legion in Bala could be transformed into the first senior care facility of its kind in Ontario. Tonight on @CTVBarrieNews I'll have details on the project and how the legion plans to make it happen. https://t.co/43I7pT66zR
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