‘Light the Way’ Radiothon and Hockey Excitement

December 13th is shaping up to be a big day for the local Saugeen Memorial Hospital. Beginning at 6:00 a.m., 98 The Beach hosts the...

The Cost of Eating Well – Food Insecurity

Canada’s Food Price Report 2019 is bringing a lump of coal to Canadians this Christmas. The recently released report predicts price increases next year in...

CFUW hosts a Vigil of remembrance

It was a cold, blustery, snowy day i Port Elgin (Saugeen Shores), as it usually is on December 6th.  Despite the weather however, more...

Lifetime Achievement Awards to Local Special Olympian

Dr. Frank Hayden is the Canadian founder of the Special Olympics movement. As a university professor his premise was that the fitness level of...

HATCH continues to grow

Hatch Engineering, a key supplier to Bruce Power, has outgrown its initial Port Elgin location and has moved into a larger office space. The new...

Southampton is ready for ‘A Little of This and That’

Looking for something out of the ordinary?  Something that was once a treasure to someone and can now be yours? Jenny Amy (Chantry Breezes B&B)...

Chamber members donate toys to Iota Phi

Each year, organizations try to give Santa a helping hand to ensure that children everywhere in the community wake up to a Christmas morning...

Chantry Island Cham-bettes end year on a high note

Chantry Island Cham-bettes ended this year of FUNdraising on a high note at their year-end celebration and disbursement of monies they have raised. Since 1956,...

Training a new generation – Skilled Trades Secretariat to ramp up in 2019

A Skilled Trades Secretariat is being established as part of the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII), and will begin working from the NII’s temporary headquarters...

Southampton resident this year’s Heritage Award recipient

Local Southampton resident, Duncan McCallum, is to be honoured at Saugeen Shores next Council meeting on December 10th for his commitment to heritage. McCallum has...

Port Elgin Library celebrates 110 years

Port Elgin Library celebrates 110 years 1908 - 2018 {Research and Notes by Anne Judd for Friends of the Library} Port Elgin's first public library shared space...

Kudos … and Nots! by ‘The Stix Man’

“Oh gosh! No way! Not me! Well, I’d never? Out of the question! Maybe, I have! A while ago! Not often! Occasionally! A few...

Saugeen Shores new Council is a blend of experience and newcomers

It's official.  Saugeen Shores now has a new Council for the next four years after the inaugural declarations of office (swearing-in) ceremony was held...

Telephone survey to be carried out regarding possible YMCA partnership

On November 28th, approximately 130 people turned out for a Saugeen Shores public meeting at the Plex regarding an aquatic/recreation/fitness facility and the proposed...