By Pauline Kerr Every election campaign brings to the fore certain issues. Federal campaign 2021 was no different. Take, for example, the housing crisis – million-dollar price tags on ordinary … Continue reading Affordable housing now on the federal radar
Conservative – Incumbent candidate Ben Lobb received 30,373 votes or 51.4 per cent of votes cast Liberal – candidate James Rice received 15,118 votes or 25.6 per cent of votes … Continue reading Ben Lobb wins federal seat in Huron-Bruce
South Bruce Grey Health Centre is looking for community advisors to join the Patient and Family Advisory Council
On September 10-12, the downtown of Kincardine was once again alive with the sound of music, the smells of delicious food and a great crowd. The perfect weather allowed for many sidewalk sales, food vendors, activities for children and families, and five stages throughout the main street. On Friday night six bands took to the […]
Municipalities in Bruce County are lifting their states of emergency and reopening administrative buildings to the public.
By Tammy Schneider On Sept. 7, the Township of Huron-Kinloss announced it is now a golf car friendly community. The Township is allowing golf cars with the mandatory registration permit … Continue reading Huron-Kinloss is now a golf car friendly community
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At 4:25 p.m. on Sept. 9, mayor Glover announced that the state of emergency, declared on Mar. 24, 2020, had been lifted. The state of emergency was declared in response … Continue reading State of emergency lifted in Municipality
By Doug Kennedy What a week in Canadian sports. It was hard on the remote, flipping between the Blue Jays and the new tennis sensation from Laval, Quebec, Laylah … Continue reading A great week for Canadian sports fans
A line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes is expected to threaten the area for most of Tuesday evening.
Huron Shores Hospice has received a donation from Bruce Power leading up to the Hope for Hospice 2.0 – the ungala-gala event this Thursday, September 16th.
Twelve non-fatal drug overdose reports since Sept. 1 caused the Grey Bruce Health Unit to sound the latest alarm about the damage drugs are doing in Grey-Bruce. Five of the overdoses were in Owen Sound and the others were in Meaford, Southgate, Hanover, Kincardine and South Bruce, said Katie Cuillerier, who recently became manager of […]
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