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Owen Sound Little Theatre, Kincardine Theatre Guild win WODL awards

A pair of local community theatre companies captured some hardware at the recent Western Ontario Drama League Festival. The Owen Sound Little Theatre’s production of Something Rotten! brought home three awards, while the Kincardine Theatre Guild’s Beauty and the Beast won two awards at the 2024 festival held in London on May 17 and 18. […]

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Geranium sale raises $3,772 for Kincardine hospital

On Friday, May 17, Mr. John Satosek, owner of our local Canadian Tire store, presented Tracy Capeling, vice-president for the South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) Kincardine Hospital Auxiliary, with a cheque for $3,000. The money was raised at the geranium sale held at his store between May 3 and 6. As well, a generous donation […]

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Just how effective will licence suspensions for auto thieves be?

At first glance, the Ontario government’s move to suspend drivers’ licences of convicted car thieves seems like a “get tough on crime” move that is badly needed. (By Pauline Kerr) … Continue reading Just how effective will licence suspensions for auto thieves be?

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County Council endorses move to recognize Bruce Rd. 19 as ‘Highway for Peace’

Bill Streeter, described by Deputy Warden Luke Charbonneau (Saugeen Shores) as the “dean of all things historical in Saugeen Shores,” has asked Bruce County council to recognize the 160th Bruce … Continue reading County Council endorses move to recognize Bruce Rd. 19 as ‘Highway for Peace’

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County child care programs expanding, but not fast enough to meet demand

There is some good news regarding the county’s licensed child care and Early Years program. Although the waiting list for child care is getting longer, licensed providers are utilizing federal … Continue reading County child care programs expanding, but not fast enough to meet demand

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Beach Blazers volunteer program launched at Kincardine’s Station Beach

The Municipality of Kincardine is looking for volunteers to monitor Station Beach during the summer tourism season. “Beach Blazers are volunteers who will interact with our Station Beach visitors in the summer months,” said Director of Community Services Jayne Jagelewski in a May 17 news release. “They’ll have recommendations for local services, be conducting surveys, […]

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Community backlash doesn’t change reality of nursing shortage, says SBGHC president

Despite weeks of “intense” backlash, South Bruce Grey Health Centre’s president and CEO said she is committed to improving access to healthcare in Durham by stabilizing local hospital operations. On June 3, the 10 in-patient beds at the Durham site will transfer to hospitals in Kincardine and Walkerton leaving only emergency and urgent care available […]

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Durham residents bus to Queen’s Park in latest effort to save hospital beds

A bus loaded with Durham residents hoping to save their hospital’s in-patient beds travelled to Queen’s Park Wednesday. In April, South Bruce Grey Health Centre board of directors and CEO Nancy Shaw announced that the 10 inpatient beds at the Durham hospital site will shift to hospitals in Kincardine and Walkerton on June 3 due […]