Southampton Remembrance Day – remembering the end of the Great War

Sunday, November 11th was a blustery, snowy day but that didn't deter large crowds from coming out to see the special 100th Anniversary ceremony...

Glen Huron house gone

The contentious issue of number six Huron Street, known as Glen Huron house, in Southampton has come to an end. The home, once on the...

Farmers’ Market abuzz with activity

Under sunny skies and with warm temperatures, the Farmers' Market hosted by the BIA in Port Elgin was abuzz with activity on Wednesday (July...

Local school celebrates Indigenous Day with annual mini-Pow Wow

G. C. Huston Public School in Southampton held a special mini-Pow Wow on Indigenous Peoples' Day June 21st, also the Summer Solstice. Students in regalia...

Southampton Remembrance Day to host Canadian Forces in salute

On Remembrance Day, November 11, 2018 in Southampton, 100 soldiers of ‘C’ Company from Canadian Forces Base (4CDTC) in Meaford, ON signified the 100...

Saugeen Shores SS Trolley gearing up for another summer

The Saugeen Shores Chamber of Commerce summer trolley service, the SS Trolley, returns this summer, connecting passengers to Port Elgin and Southampton beginning Saturday, June 29. Running 7...

Butterfly tagging begins in Saugeen Shores – Adios Amigos

August in Saugeen Shores is a busy time and, for butterfly enthusiasts, it's the time to begin tagging. On Saturday, August 16th, volunteers of all...

Remembrance Day in Southampton

Although the day was crisp in temperature at the Southampton Cenotaph, there was no rain, very little wind and the snow held off until...

Bruce County Museum beer tasting a popular community event

The annual Bruce County Museum beer tasting is a popular community event that gives craft breweries the opportunity to reach out with their unique...

Government investing in more hospice care

Ontario’s Government for the People is providing more people in Bruce and Grey counties with the compassionate care they deserve when nearing the end...

Once Upon a Time: “S’NO BOOTS”

Christmas gift-giving in most homes is both generous and expensive. Our children and grandchildren can take their abundance of material goods, especially items of...

Painting the Ontario Landscape

The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre is preparing for the art exhibition featuring paintings by the late Jane Champagne, artist and long-time resident of Southampton. This...

Recounting history – Lest We Forget

Once again it is Fall and November is just around the corner.  A time to remember those who fought for freedoms they believed in...

Remembering one who paid the ultimate price

Saugeen Shores Commemorative Banner Program John Kenneth McLean At the South end of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is the town...