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City approves plan to address mould, water issues at former CN station

An increased volume of groundwater has been penetrating the basement of the city-owned former Canadian National Railway station, causing mould contamination on the lower level and on stored items and elevated spore counts on both levels of the waterfront building. City council was informed of those issues during a budget session Wednesday before approving a […]

Grey-Bruce clubs preparing trails for upcoming snowmobile season

A wet and mild fall has presented some challenges in preparing local snowmobile trails, but that hasn’t stopped the clubs from getting out and working on many of the trails across Grey-Bruce. Karen Buratynski, manager of Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs District 9, said Wednesday that the local clubs have been out and about for […]

Grey-Bruce adds four COVID cases Wednesday

Four new cases of COVID-19 were reported Wednesday by the Grey Bruce Health Unit. Kincardine, Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores and Blue Mountains all had new cases confirmed by testing. There are 45 active cases and 250 high-risk contacts being managed by the health unit. Total confirmed cases of the pandemic virus in Grey-Bruce is now […]

On the Boards: Hit comedy Bittergirl explores three breakups

The Play: Bittergirl by Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence and Mary Francis Moore, presented by Pacheco Theatre and The Palace Theatre Arts Commons, directed by John Pacheco. The Show: Bittergirl explores the breakups of three women, one who is single and dating, another cohabitating and one married with a child. Their experiences include heartbreak, fairy tales […]

South Bruce Peninsula joins Bruce County municipalities with Digital Service Squad

Marcie Riegling is available to help small businesses on the peninsula with digital marketing and e-commerce projects for free until February. Riegling, who operates a social media and marketing company, is part of Digital Main Street’s Digital Service Squad. The program is funded through provincial and federal grants, including investment from the Ontario Ministry of […]

Black history documentary is latest for former Owen Sound filmmaker

The documentary filmmaker who gave us Queen’s Hotel Blues, about the demise of a downtown Owen Sound landmark, has taken a long look at a little known former rural Black community near his home on the Niagara Peninsula. Graeme Bachiu’s latest effort is the six-part series, Canfield Roots, about the tiny community of Canfield’s importance […]

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