The unemployment rate edged up by 0.3 of a percentage point in July in the local economic region which includes Grey-Bruce, to 4.3 per cent. Read More
Meaford has joined a growing list of Grey-Bruce municipalities in ending its state of emergency as the province is set to lift COVID-19 mask mandates and restrictions in the coming weeks. The World Health Organization declared a global pandemic over two years ago, on March 11, 2020. Meaford declared a state of emergency on March […]
Dozens of Ukrainians fleeing the war in their home country are expected to arrive in Grey-Bruce by the end of July, and a new resource has been launched to assist them as well as those in the area who want to help. The Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership has added a new Resources for Supporting […]
The official list of municipal election candidates has been released, seeing two councillors acclaimed to their positions. Beth Blackwell and Doug Kennedy, currently a councillor-at-large, were elected by acclamation to represent Ward 1. The declaration of acclamation is made when the number of certified candidates for the office is the same as the number to […]
As homeless encampments grow in London, a coalition of organizations is rushing to develop a plan to keep people safer and healthier this summer.
The Ontario Provincial Police from Huron County are still on the scene of a crash at the Maitland River just south of Ethel.
Bruce County councillors have committed funds toward initiatives to grow Indigenous cultural awareness and develop an Indigenous reconciliation plan. At its meeting on Jan. 20, the county’s executive committee approved a commitment to spend up to $150,000 to support a county Indigenous Reconciliation Planning Initiative. The first $60,000 is already included in the 2022 budget, […]