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 […]
Saugeen Shores is upgrading three parks, and adding a new playground.
Bruce Power’s supplier partners have donated $75,000 to the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
The County of Wellington has set a deadline of September 22, 2021 for all County of Wellington employees to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status.
The new museum will replace the small, cramped one-story structure that has housed the museum’s exhibits and programs for the past several decades. The new two-story museum will house a large exhibit space that can be divided in half, more bathrooms, a learning center for children’s programs, and an atrium spanning both stories. Read the…
The new one-time limited funding program provides support directly to families accessing licensed childcare.
All four candidates participated in the event.
The bear was spotted in a tree on Krohmer Drive around 9:30 p.m. on Monday.
Motorists reminded to watch for buses, bikers and walkers as kids head back to class.
Students will be returning to school Tuesday, and the return of school buses and student pedestrians means the roads will be busier.
The funding to do so is coming from the Ministry of Education and the Government of Canada.
By Pauline Kerr Welcome to “Canada votes 2021.” An unvoiced question is about how much of Canada actually will vote. Unlike their elders, who consider voting for their candidate … Continue reading Candidates need to listen to voters
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