Grey-Bruce Health Unit Dedicated to Case and Contact Management

The Grey Bruce Health Unit wants to reassure the public that we continue to be dedicated to robust case and contact management of all...

Green Ribbon Panels releases its final report of Made-in-Ontario Solution

Reductions in emissions and economic growth can be achieved by leveraging proven solutions, practical steps, concludes new Green Ribbon Panel report The Green Ribbon Panel...

Labour Day parade another COVID cancelled event

Today, Saturday September 5th, 2020, would have been the 25th anniversary day of 'Labour' celebrations however, due to COVID-19, parades and BBQs have been...

Tornado strikes Point Clark area

The Township of Huron-Kinloss has received confirmation that an EF0 Tornado hit the Point Clark Area in and around the areas of London Road...

No ‘they’ and ‘us’ when it comes to nuclear power

Dear Editor: In all the discussion and debate about the proposed Deep Geological Repository in South Bruce, I think we should be clear about something. ...

OPP lay charge in deadly crash north of Brussels

Huron County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a North Huron resident with a Highway Traffic Act violation of "Failing to Yield to Traffic...

Halloween arrived early at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

A 'Night at the Museum' may be a scary movie, but for 30 lucky goblins in Saugeen Shores, it was a chance to spend...

Liberal government commits to extensive tree planting for the environment

“Nature isn’t just part of our identity as Canadians. It’s part of the solution to climate change. And it’s a solution we can start...

Liberals move forward to help students afford college and university 

A re-elected Liberal government is committed to giving students more money to help pay for college and university, and provide more flexibility to pay...

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor:  Michael den Tandt got two things right in his recent response to my letter on the climate crisis – we don’t have...