South Bruce

RWTO connect with colleagues at lunch meeting

A bright, sunny day in late June is the perfect time for retired teachers to celebrate their freedom and connect with colleagues. Accordingly, 14 members of the South Bruce Retired Women Teachers of Ontario/Organization des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) met in the enchanted gardens of vice president Frances Nixon June 22 with their lunches […]

South Bruce Dairy club tours local farm operations

The South Bruce 4-H Dairy Club held its third meeting on June 25 and toured two local dairy operations. This year the Ripley 4-H Dairy Club and the Mildmay 4-H Dairy Club have joined together to form the South Bruce club. The club started the meeting at Doral Farms near Teeswater. Doral Farms is owned […]

Man faces attempted murder and other charges

Police have charged a 21-year-old South Bruce man with attempted murder. Mason Stroeder, of the former Carrick Township, is scheduled to attend bail court in Walkerton Thursday. He also faces charges of assault a peace officer with a weapon, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, resist a peace officer, flight from police, four […]

Man and three area youths charged after stabbing in Georgian Bluffs

A 19-year-old male from South Bruce Peninsula and three youths have been charged by police following a stabbing on Grey Road 1 in Georgian Bluffs this past Friday evening. According to an Ontario Provincial Police media release, the OPP, Owen Sound Police and Grey County Paramedics responded to a report of a stabbing on Grey […]

South Bruce Peninsula presented with preliminary water system options

South Bruce Peninsula has been presented with some “horrifically big numbers” as it looks into how it increases capacity and continues to deliver water to users on five small municipal systems it operates. During its meeting on Tuesday, town council was presented with an update on an Amabel Water Master Servicing Study by R.J. Burnside […]

NWMO preliminary safety reports suggest both remaining sites suitable for DGR

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has now published its Confidence in Safety reports for each of the two potential sites being considered to host a deep geological repository to store Canada’s used nuclear fuel. In a media release, the not-for-profit organization responsible for finding a suitable location to construct and operate a deep geological […]

Police recover $200K worth of stolen vehicles near Teeswater

The Ontario Provincial Police have recovered over $200,000 in stolen vehicles and seized $25,500 worth of meth and fentanyl after executing a search warrant near Teeswater last week. According to a police media release, South Bruce OPP received reports of a white cub van involved in a fuel theft from a property along Patrick Street […]

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