Bruce Power increasing sponsorship initiatives

This summer, 2020, Bruce Power will be moving its Block Party to the Municipality of Brockton for the first time.

The move is to help commemorate Walkerton 2020, the 20th anniversary of the Walkerton e-coli tragedy and to celebrate the achievements and leadership that Walkerton has taken to help communities throughout Ontario safeguard their drinking water.

The Block Party was to have been held in Port Elgin (Saugeen Shores) this year and, according to James Sconjack, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs & Operational Services Bruce Power, “Saugeen Shores has graciously agreed to the adjusted schedule for this annual event.”

In addition to the many existing sponsorships that Bruce Power supports, they will also be sponsoring the Bruce Peninsula Mult-sport Race this year along with the Run Phil Run initiative that raises awareness around mental health.

“Investing in health and wellness continues to be a cornerstone of our community involvement,” added Sconjack in a recent report to Brockton Council. “We are proud to also be providing $1.45 million between 2019 and 2023 to hospital foundations across Grey, Bruce and Huron counties.”