Mill Creek Ranger Mackenzie Sheppard (second from right) works with campers from the Alison Neighbourhood Community Centre to identify and release a small butterfly at the Shade's Mills conservation area in Cambridge.

Shade's Mills conservation area becoming teaching lab for Cambridge kids

For Mackenzie Sheppard and her fellow Mill Creek Rangers, Thursday’s field trip tutoring 48 rambunctious summer campers from the Alison Neighbourhood Community Association at the Shade’s Mills conservation area was an exercise in herding cats.

Canada’s premiers are set to wrap up their two-day meeting in New Brunswick with a deal that will effectively double the amount of beer and alcohol that can be taken across provincial and territorial borders.

Premiers strike deal to allow increased flow of beer, alcohol across borders

Canada’s premiers are set to wrap up their two-day meeting in New Brunswick with a deal that will effectively double the amount of beer and alcohol that can be taken across provincial and territorial borders.

A member of the Toronto Police Service chats with a man in an unmarked vehicle on a property along Mallory Cres. in Toronto during an investigation relating to Bruce McArthur on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Toronto police say they will be providing an update today in the case against alleged serial killer McArthur. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Tijana Martin

Remains of all 8 McArthur victims now identified:police

Police to provide update on case against alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

Northwest Territories Premier Bob McLeod, New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball, Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq, Yukon Premier Sandy Silver, British Columbia Premier John Horgan, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and Prince Edward Island Premier Wade MacLauchlan, left to right, pose for an official photo on the lawn of the Algonquin Resort as the Canadian premiers meet in St. Andrews, N.B., on Wednesday, July 18, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Premiers strike beer, alcohol border deal

Premiers to wrap up two days of meetings at New Brunswick seaside resort

The GRCA is experiencing an increase in tree planting activity across the watershed. Here (extreme right) Reilly Henderson from Cambridge, a member of the GRCA's

Tree planting increases across Grand River watershed

More trees are being planted this year according to the latest stats from the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA).

Nicholas Butcher arrives at provincial court in Halifax on April 12, 2016. A Halifax man convicted in the violent death of Montreal-born businesswoman and yoga instructor Kristin Johnston is scheduled to appear in court today for a parole eligibility hearing. Nicholas Butcher was convicted of second-degree murder in April after a jury found he stabbed the 32-year-old woman to death. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Convicted killer Butcher faces hearing

Convicted killer Nicholas Butcher to face parole eligibility hearing