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Paul Cluff

Paul Cluff

Paul has lived in Stratford for a few decades and covered it all as a journalist - from the courtroom to the basketball court. The Festival City resident is looking forward to building the Village Media presence as Editor of StratfordToday.ca

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Recent Work by Paul

Nater continues to lead the charge for change at Hockey Canada

Nater continues to lead the charge for change at Hockey Canada

Perth-Wellington MP John Nater said this week's parliamentary hearing involving Hockey Canada left committee members frustrated and representatives from the government-funded organization took a 'tone-deaf' approach to the issues it is facing
Technology, advancements helping Stratford Police Services

Technology, advancements helping Stratford Police Services

A conversation with Stratford Police Chief Greg Skinner reveals some interesting new tools in the policing tool belt being used or soon to be implemented by police officers in their day-to-day work
Experienced teacher and volunteer running for city council

Experienced teacher and volunteer running for city council

Ian Morton is an advocate for voice and equity with his students, and aspires for those same things for all community members. Caring and collaboration are at the heart of his campaign
Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth finds their new leader

Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth finds their new leader

Louise Lepp, executive director at Aldaview Services, part of Tri-County Mennonite Homes, starts her new role with Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth in October
UPDATE: Minor injuries reported in car/school bus accident

UPDATE: Minor injuries reported in car/school bus accident

Minor injuries to the driver and one student were reported as a result of a collision between a car and school bus earlier this week in Stratford
Car/school bus collision in Stratford

Car/school bus collision in Stratford

Collision occurred on Tuesday at Norfolk Street and Romeo Street
Local activities for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Local activities for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The Falstaff Family Centre hosts events on Friday for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. City of Stratford and Town of St. Marys are also hosting activities
A modern take on a Greek comedy will tackle Roe v. Wade

A modern take on a Greek comedy will tackle Roe v. Wade

Stratford Festival company member Rachel Jones has recruited an all star cast for a one night only performance of Lysistrata. Jones has adapted and rewritten the Greek comedy, a fundraiser, in response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade in the U.S.
Biehn feels a diverse community needs diverse voices at city council

Biehn feels a diverse community needs diverse voices at city council

City council candidate Lesley Biehn feels she brings a unique set of experiences, something that is needed around the council table
Swans found dead in Stratford had Avian Influenza (H5N1)

Swans found dead in Stratford had Avian Influenza (H5N1)

The City of Stratford lost three of its adult swans over the weekend due to the Avian flu