- OPP investigate broken glass door on Lisgar Avenue On July 2, at approximately 2:45 a.m., the Oxford County Ontario Provincial Police received a report of a disturbance on Lisgar Avenue, Tillsonburg. Read More
- Cowell receives art gallery scholarship A Tillsonburg student going to the Yukon to study art is this year’s recipient of the Woodstock Art Gallery scholarship. Read More
- Pratt Gallery at ANHS reopens with quilt show Annandale National Historic Site in Tillsonburg recently announced the opening of a new exhibit in the Pratt Gallery. Read More
- Mid-year enlightenment and alignment Summer Solstice, Canada’s National Indigenous Peoples Day, Father’s Day were all celebrated this past weekend. It’s the mid-year mark and what a wild ride this year has been! Read More
- No active COVID-19 cases in Tillsonburg As of Thursday, June 25, there are no active COVID-19 cases in Tillsonburg. Read More
- Tillsonburg District Real Estate Board supports three local charities As COVID-19 continues to put pressure on the province’s already stretched shelter system, Tillsonburg District Real Estate Board (TDREB) is proud to support Tillsonburg Helping Hand Food Bank, Tillsonburg Salvation Army and Tillsonburg Multi-Service Centre with a donation to assist with service continuity. Read More
- Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital reflects on achievements at AGM Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital (TDMH) and Alexandra Hospital, Ingersoll (AHI) recently reflected on achievements over the past year at their annual general meeting. Read More
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- Ethics watchdog investigating Trudeau over choice of WE Charity to run $900M student grant program
The Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner has launched an investigation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the government's decision to task the WE Charity — which has ties to Trudeau's family — with administering a $900 million summer student grant program.
- U.S. health officials fear undisciplined Fourth of July celebrations could fuel COVID-19 surge
The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays cancelled, beaches and bars closed and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak.