New Rotary Club holds first in-person meeting

The recently formed Saugeen Shores Rotary Club finally held its first in-person meeting on Thursday, July 29th, at Westlinks Golf Course. Approximately 20 members attended,...

State of Emergency lifted at Saugeen First Nation

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Testing and Case Counts report July 30, 2021

Seven new cases have been reported in the past 24 hours in Grey Bruce (2 – Saugeen First Nations, 2 – South Bruce Peninsula,...

My Romeo & Me – Mary Heroux writes her first book in her 90s

When Mary Heroux lost her husband in 2019, she also lost her best friend.  For 46 years, the couple lived and worked together and,...

Testing and Case Counts reported July 29, 2021

TWELVE new cases reported in past 24 hours in Grey Bruce (4 – Owen Sound, 3 – Grey Highlands, 1 – Chatsworth, 1 Georgian...

Grey Bruce no longer a COVID-19 hot spot

According to Dr. Ian Arra, Medical Officer of Health, "Grey Bruce is no longer a provincially designated COVID-19 Hot Spot. We thank everyone for...

Crime Stoppers: Show N Go fundraiser on Civic Holiday weekend

The second Grey Bruce Sunset Cruisers Show N Go tours is set for the Civic holiday weekend on Sunday, August 1, 2021. Residents and vacationers in Saugeen Shores,...

Southampton Tennis Club receives prestigious award

The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) has selected the Southampton Tennis Club (STC) to receive the Outstanding Club Achievement Award for 2020. Attached are photos...

Testing and Case Counts reported July 29, 2021

Eight new cases have been reported in the past 24 hours in Grey Bruce  (2 – Owen Sound, 2 – South Bruce Peninsula, 1...

An old partner gets a second life as public art

As with all living things, the giant maple began to slowly die but its owner had another idea. Instead of having the old tree cut...

Bruce Telecom happy to be out in the community again

For many companies that support their community, the past months of COVID have been frustrating but, now that things are beginning to open up...

NII Explore takes science on the road this summer

    Remember summer camp? Singing songs, making crafts… launching a two-metre-long rocket into the air?? When the Nuclear Innovation Institute’s Science Squad is involved, day camps...

Local ties to Olympic athlete

  Kate Sanderson is off to the Tokyo Olympics after placing in the top nine in marathon swimming. Her uncle Peter Sanderson, who was watching the...

Lessons learned form the Delta variant

The Grey Bruce Health Unit has learned some valuable lessons from our current experience with the COVID-19 Delta variant. We see the Delta variant is...