Al de Jong says he’s running in the riding to give the people who support the green way of doing things the opportunity to vote for the Green Party.
A new report entitled Working together to build a stronger workforce and grow economic prosperity in Oxford was unveiled Wednesday.
PC Leader is denying accusations that he paid for party memberships to help a candidate win the party’s nomination in the riding in which he lives.
Their mission is to restore, replant and preserve what they call “pollinative pathways” across the province.
Freedom Party candidate Tim Hodges is running to be Oxford’s MPP for a second time.
The YMCA summer work student exchange is looking for youth and hosts in Woodstock and Brantford.
The annual Victoria Day fastball tournament took place at Innerkip Park this past weekend.
Decluttering and purging sound easy enough.
Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities will be raising funds - and awareness - for the Multi-Service Centre and Parkinson Society Southwestern
Area municipalities should push back against the Ontario government’s plan to build a high-speed rail line connecting the region to Toronto.
With the provincial election coming up June 7, members of the community will have an opportunity to question the candidates during an all-candidates m
Who does Oxford want representing them at Queen's Park?