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Ontario building new Medical School at York University

April 10, 2024   ·   0 Comments

The Ontario government is providing an initial investment of $9 million through the 2024 budget, Building a Better Ontario, to begin the design and planning ...

King’s Township-Wide Recreation Centre is in the news

King’s Township-Wide Recreation Centre (TWRC) continues making headlines.Mayor Steve Pellegrini recently sat down with reporter Lana Hall from Novae Res Urbis, a municipal and planning ...

Chamber, Morning family boost pride, entrepreneurship

A grass-roots effort will boost pride across King Township and its business community. A joint effort between the Morning family and King Chamber of Commerce has led to a two-pronged campaign to boost local pride and young entrepreneurs. The King Proud promotion feeds into the Morning Youth Grant. They were announced at the Chamber’s AGM recently, causing a positive buzz among members.

King Township invites residents to shape the future of Nobleton, King City

King Township has launched a community-driven planning exercise to shape the future of priority core areas in the Villages of King City and Nobleton. This ...

King Chamber bustling with member enthusiasm

By Mark PavilonsEditor The King Chamber of Commerce exemplifies “Gratitude and Growth.” With that in mind, it’s full steam ahead for the Chamber and the business ...

Government modernizes King’s radar weather station; 32 others

Weather services, such as weather and environmental prediction, are more important than ever in preparing for, and responding to, increasingly severe weather as a result ...

Long investigation ahead into crash that claimed the lives of King family

Investigators are looking into cause of a plane crash in the United States that claimed the lives of an entire King family. The community is still mourning the loss of Victor Dotsenko, 43, his wife Rimma, 39, and their children David, 12, Adam, 10, and Emma, 7.

Debut novel by King local ‘makes a splash in the thriller genre’

A King City resident is drawing on her experience as a first-time mom for her debut novel. Brianne Sommerville’s debut thriller “If I lose Her” is due out March 5. The novel will appeal to fans of domestic suspense novels as it explores a mother’s battle with postpartum depression, trust and the shadows lurking close to home.

Retired officer shares knowledge with Mexican counterparts

When you serve the public, you never completely retire. A retired police officer from King has decided to share his knowledge and expertise with Mexican law enforcement personnel. Doug Ransom, has done some ride-alongs with the Chapala Police in Mexico.

King’s new Township-Wide Recreation Centre first in Canada to achieve ‘Zero Carbon Building Design’ certification

King’s new Township-Wide Recreation Centre is the first combined aquatics and ice-sports community facility in Canada to achieve Zero Carbon Building Design Certification by the ...

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