The NWMO and University of Guelph launch innovative eDNA research partnership

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) and the University of Guelph have partnered to launch a joint environmental DNA (eDNA) research program to further...

Labor Day 2021 – September 6th

Labour Day has been marked as a statutory public holiday in Canada on the first Monday in September since 1894. However, the origins of...

Bruce Power wins a prestigious 2021 Stevie® Award

Bruce Power was named the winner of a Stevie® Award in the Best Annual Report category in The 18th Annual International Business Awards®. The International...

A muted Labour Day Celebration to honour frontline essential workers

Another Labour Day under the dark cloud of COVID-19 does not mean that Labour Day is not as meaningful as every Labour Day preceding...

Young Huron-Bruce Liberal candidate has lead a remarkable life

The new Liberal candidate for Huron-bruce, James Rice, met with local Southampton and Port Elgin constituents on August 30th (2021). Rice met at a 'meet-n-greet'...

Celebrating Labour Day – Workers are the Recovery

It is vital for workers to help in defining the terms of the COVID-19 recovery, and that is why Labour’s theme for Labour Day...

Huron-Bruce Liberal candidate acclaimed

The Huron-Bruce Provincial Liberal Association has officially announced the nomination of Shelley Blackmore as the Liberal Party of Ontario candidate for the riding of...

Bruce Power celebrates 20 years

On this day in 2001, Bruce Power became Canada’s first private nuclear operator. Today, the company celebrates two decades of providing Ontario residents and...

Municipality of Kincardine has a new Mayor

It was somewhat a confusing time following Kincardine Mayor Anne Edie's sudden resignation on April 9th. Randy Roppell stepped in, as his position of Deputy...

Bruce County Council on the resignation of Kincardine Mayor

Bruce County Councillor, Anne Eadie announced her resignation as the Mayor of Kincardine and as a Councillor for Bruce County at the Kincardine Council...