Author: Kincardine News

Local physician adds over 200 patients to roster

On Saturday, May 14, Dr. Angela Cavanagh added a total of 216 new local patients to her roster using a first-come, first-served method. Residents were asked to line up for 8:30a.m., Saturday morning. Some arrived as early as 5a.m., and there was an estimated 500 people in a line-up that began at the Hawthorne Community […]

Kincardine native to be featured at Victoria Park Gallery

Native to Kincardine, Curt Gaudon has returned to the area as an emerging visual artist to present his work, which features our shoreline, painted in real-time, at the Victoria Park Gallery for the month of July. Gaudon grew up in Kincardine and attended high school at KDSS. He moved to Toronto after high school, where […]

Bruce Power offers $100,000 in scholarships for local students

Applications now open for post-secondary scholarship program   Students from Bruce, Grey and Huron counties can now apply for post-secondary scholarships as part of Bruce Power’s annual program. Bruce Power will award $500 to 100 successful applicants who are pursuing post-secondary education or a trade, for a total of $50,000 in scholarships. “Education is the […]

Hike for Hospice exceeds fundraising goal

On Saturday, May 7, approximately 170 teams gathered at the Davidson Centre for the annual Huron Shores Hospice “Hike for Hospice” fundraiser. Kincardine and the surrounding area have been waiting patiently for this fundraiser to continue after two years of virtual events due to Covid. The event raised a total of $78,488.96, with donations surpassing […]

Still time to register for Golf Fore Kids Sake

The Big Brothers Big Sisters “Golf Fore Kids Sake” fundraising event is quickly approaching! The mens tournament will take place onJune 3 with the women’s following on June 4 at Ainsdale Golf Course; shot-gun start at 1p.m.; $600/team; includes: 18 holes of golf, carts, dinner, swag bag, competition holes, putting contest and more. New​ this […]

Municipality of Kincardine grants $67,500 to local non-profits

The Municipality of Kincardine has selected 29 local non-profit organizations to receive Community Investment Grants in 2022. The grants help fund projects which positively impact quality of life in the area, including those involved with arts, culture, heritage, sports, recreation, social, health, environment, and tourism. Almost $60,000 was provided in 2021 through the Community Investment […]

New Electric Vehicle chargers at the Penetangore Hub in Kincardine

Bruce County has further expanded its commitment to a clean energy future by installing two new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at Bruce County’s Penetangore Hub, located at 529 Gary Street, Kincardine.  Bruce County has further expanded its commitment to a clean energy future by installing two new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at Bruce […]

Province expanding routine vaccine program

The Grey Bruce Health Unit wishes to advise primary care providers, community organizations, residents and others of the government of Ontario’s plan to expand the province’s publicly funded, routine immunization program. Effective April, 2022, pregnant individuals can receive during each pregnancy one dose of the tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine. The program expansion aligns […]

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes coming to Kincardine!

Men of Grey and Bruce are once again being invited to put on a pair of women’s heels for charity. Women’s House’s annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® fundraiser is coming soon! This year, as we return to in-person events, we have two events! Walkers can take the pledge on Saturday, May 28th in […]

Municipality of Kincardine doctor accepting 200 new patients

Municipality of Kincardine’s Doctor Cavanagh is responding to a high need for primary care locally and increasing her practice size by 200 patients. Sign-up will be held at the Kincardine Community Medical Clinic at 1201 Queen Street in Kincardine on May 14 beginning at 8:30am. Councillor Doug Kennedy, Chair of the Physician Recruitment and Retention […]

Construction for natural gas service resumes in Bruce County

Construction to bring safe, affordable, and reliable natural gas to communities in Bruce County is recommencing. EPCOR, along with its construction partner, AECON, will be working throughout the construction season on the service network that will bring natural gas to customers who have signed up for service. Construction has already started in Inverhuron, Chesley and […]

It’s up to the community to save our trees

The Municipality of Kincardine Environmental Committee is currently trying to draw up a private tree by-law to be presented to council for implementation, and a recommendation to hire a qualified arborist to help. 24 communities in Ontario, (including Grand Bend, and Owen Sound) have already done this showing responsible commitment and stewardship to the treasure […]

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