December 2016

Win some, lose some

'Dogs trounced Saturday, bounce back Sunday

By Josh Howald

It is Christmas time in the Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League, and the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs have been giving away points.

Logan Swanton fires a shot on goal Saturday night at the Davidson Centre. (Josh Howald photo)

 

For the second straight weekend, Kincardine had a golden opportunity to gain some ground on the league leaders. For the second consecutive weekend, the Bulldogs gifted up some very valuable points.

"You have to play hard every night," said Kincardine head coach Shawn Burrows. "There are no easy games in this league."


Wolves beat Lancers 3-1

A hat trick from Cody Britton was enough to give the Ripley Wolves a 3-1 win over the Lucknow Lancers Saturday night in WOAA Senior AA hockey action.

Britton scored once in each period in Lucknow to move the Wolves to 7-6-1 on the season. It was Ripley’s only game of the weekend after a Friday night game in Clinton against the third place Radars was postponed due to some severe winter weather.


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

GEORGIA CAMPBELL

Georgia “Dean” Campbell (née Young), of Kincardine and formerly of Armow and Bervie, died at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre-Kincardine on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, in her 88th year.

Beloved wife of the late Douglas Campbell (2004).

Dear mother of Paul (Lynn) Campbell of R.R. #2, Kincardine; Elaine (Keith) Alexander of R.R. #2, Cargill; Lynn Campbell (Mandy Reist) of R.R. #5, Kincardine; and Heather (Brian) Barnes of Goderich.

Loved by grandchildren: Josh (Lauren), Jeremy (Kristen), Dana (Emily) Campbell,  Davin (Sarah McPherson), Candace (Tyler Collins), Cole (Faith Yensen) Alexander and Ethan Barnes; and by great-grandchildren, Brayden, Aubrey, Rilyn and Weston Campbell.


Fortunate

I am writing this letter with such gratitude for the wonderful emergency care given to me at the Kincardine Hospital.

I am so indebted to Dr. Daniel Soong, who diagnosed a life threatening condition, and made the prompt decision to transport me to University Hospital in London. Not only did he confirm the reason for my distress but he accompanied me, along with the ER nurse and the two EMS attendants, to the hospital in London.

We are very fortunate to have a physician of such high calibre and compassion in Kincardine. I shall be forever grateful!

Patricia Henry, Kincardine


Do you believe in Santa Claus?

Yes
72% (26 votes)
No
28% (10 votes)
Total votes: 36

Should the municipality provide ongoing funding to the big festivals?

Yes
32% (12 votes)
No
68% (26 votes)
Total votes: 38

Waiting on Santa

Max Malhotra and Ben Austman wait eagerly for Mr. Claus to arrive at the Santa Claus Parade Saturday in Kincardine. For more photos, see this week's print edition. (Pauline Kerr photo)


7ACRES prepares to ramp up production in Kincardine

$55 million agreement with CanaccordGenuity Corp. for convertible debenture units

By Barb McKay

7ACRES, formerly known as AMMCan, in Kincardine is now able to expand its operations thanks to $55 million in private placement financing.

Supreme Pharmaceuticals, which owns medicinal marijuana producer 7ACRES, announced last month that it has entered into an agreement with CanaccordGenuity Corp. on behalf of a syndicate of underwriters who have purchased, on a bought deal, convertible debenture units for an aggregate principal amount of $55 million.


London cardiology team to provide care in Kincardine

By Barb McKay

First rate cardiology services through London Health Sciences Centre are coming to Kincardine.


Municipalities hold special meetings to discuss natural gas

By Barb McKay

The three municipalities involved in the effort to bring natural gas to the south Bruce region will all hold special council meetings on Dec. 20 to talk about how to move the project forward.