Bruce County is pleased to announce that the federal and provincial governments have teamed up to fund a new generator for the County’s Alternate Emergency Operations Centre, which is located at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre in Southampton. As part of infrastructure support for communities across Ontario, Bruce County is receiving $44,392 in provincial funding and $177,568 in federal funding for a total of $221,960 for this much needed generator. Read More
The public is invited to a meeting October 6th where a bylaw to authorize the sale will be presented.
Owen Sound’s westside Beer Store will be the only one open on Canada Day in Grey-Bruce. The Beer Store hours have been extended for Canada Day in some stores, the provincial retailer said in a news release. The Owen Sound store on 1st Avenue East will have regular hours June 30 and will be open […]
‘It shows you can do anything after a transplant’
A neighbour who spotted a small fire just inside the front door of a townhouse in Owen Sound’s downtown early Thursday morning was able to grab an extinguisher and quell the blaze before it spread. Owen Sound Fire & Emergency Services Chief Doug Barfoot said the fire started in a ground-floor hallway where garbage and […]
Nine partnering municipalities along with the Huron and Perth United Way have launched the second phase of their community engagement consultations for the development of the Community Safety and Well-Being plan. These municipalities include the Town of Goderich, Township of Howick, Municipality of South Huron, Municipality of Bluewater, Municipality of Central Huron, Municipality of Huron…