Let's put the deer on the pill. That was one of the ideas brought up at a meeting about the City's deer population Thursday night. Mapleward Road Resident Cheryl Bak mentioned that Quebec is managing their deer by putting out birth control laced salt licks. Other residents were in favour of the bow hunting in rural areas idea, and noted the deer are bringing wolves into residential areas. City Council will discuss what to do with the deer population at it's November 21st meeting.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Lakehead University is launching a new 12-thousand dollar scholarship. Recruiter Robert Perrier says the citizenship scholarship will help retain Northwestern Ontario students. The eligible student must take part in their community and have an 85 percent average.
Diabetes patients in the City will have better access to care now that a new facility is open. The Diabetes Health office will act as an insulin pump training centre. The new location has a telemedicine room to provide regional consultations.