Woodstock Police Briefs
WPS conducted RIDE programs this weekend and did not find an impaired driver, a stolen vehicle was recovered, shoplifter on Norwich Ave and a window smashed on Princess Street.
National Indigenous Peoples Day
Canada is dedicating National Indigenous History Month to the missing children, the families left behind and the survivors of residential schools.
Pride Flag Stolen in Burgessville
The Pride flag had only been flying for a couple of days when it was taken from a home on Main Street North last Wednesday.
Operation Sharing Volunteer Awards
Operation Sharing recently handed out 3 awards to local volunteers making a huge difference in our community.
WPS Respond to Several Complaints About Dogs Left in Hot Vehicles
Woodstock Police responded to several 911 calls this weekend about pets being left in hot vehicles.
Hardeman Makes First Public Statement After Being Removed From Cabinet
In a statement released on social media, Hardeman says it was an honour to serve as the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs for the last 3 years.
Southwestern Public Health Confirms 11 New Cases of COVID-19 Over the Weekend
The active case count for the region sits at 30 after SWPH recorded 11 new cases from the weekend and 9 resolved cases.
Canada Easing Restrictions for Fully Vaccinated Travelers
Canadian travelers who have received both COVID-19 shots will soon be able to skip the mandatory two-week quarantine requirement upon return to the country.