Members of the Georgian Bay Children’s Choir sang their own compositions Saturday afternoon, after having been studied composing them as part of a doctoral research project. Their post-pandemic effort was shared at a concert at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Owen Sound for family and friends. The youngsters, four to 14 years old, were observed […]
The global health emergency was declared 1,122 days ago.
Masks are now optional in Grey Bruce Health Services sites except they remain mandatory in emergency departments, while visiting patient rooms and anywhere in the hospital if you’re symptomatic. The new policy reflects updated recommendations from Public Health Ontario regarding the COVID-19 virus and hospital practice in the province, a GBHS news release said Thursday. […]
A Saugeen Shores man pleaded guilty to mischief and uttering a threat to cause bodily harm from when he confronted two maskless teens in a store more than a year ago when pandemic restrictions required masks. Pier Donnini, 57, entered his pleas Monday on what was to be the first day of a three-day trial […]
Grey-Bruce’s medical officer of health said the waning impact of COVID-19 locally means most people may resume their normal lives. “We are in the tail end of the pandemic. There is going to be transmission of COVID, it’s going to be with us,” Dr. Ian Arra said Friday in an interview to check in on […]
Brian Milne will move up to the mayor’s chair in Southgate Township in the coming council term with determination to manage the community’s “supercharged” growth. Milne, currently deputy-mayor, said the pandemic was the supercharger that accelerated new home construction in Dundalk, which has strained local abilities to keep up. “Everybody’s scared of change and that’s […]
A study soon to be released reveals that due to the COVID-19 pandemic forcing limited treatment control on sea lamprey, there was an increase in the invasive species numbers throughout the Great Lakes. Read the full story by the Manitoulin Expositor. Read the full story
Home and Community Services Grey-Bruce is calling for volunteers as they look to expand local service delivery.
That includes vaccine requirements, having to use the Arrive CAN app for reporting health information, mandatory testing, and quarantine.
Hot and dusty weather greeted all who came out to eat barbecue at Owen Sound Ribfest Saturday afternoon behind the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre. The blast of late summer weather paired well with the sweet-smelling smoky ribs, chicken and sausage which four team grills were cooking, and lines were long at times. The grill teams […]
Another $1.5 million will be granted to local organizations from city council’s COVID-19 recovery fund. Council, sitting as a committee, supported six new projects, including a green stimulus fund, two TechAlliance pitches to engage local entrepreneurs and attract new tech workers, and giving the Central Library’s reading garden access from Dundas Place. The $10-million pandemic […]
by Hannah MacLeod The Municipality of Kincardine and Downtown Kincardine BIA have joined forces to bring the Promenade to downtown for the third year in a row. The first Promenade … Continue reading First Promenade of the summer well attended
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