Abraflex expanding and forming partnerships

Abraflex, a member of the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI), held a celebration as the company looks forward to further expansion. Located in Paisley,...

A sure sign of summer in Southampton

Although the weather doesn't feel much like summer, everyone knows it is just around the corner when G. C. Huston Public School holds its...

The complex meaning behind the Crest

The United Church Crest was recently used in the article we published, 'United Church holds Inaugural Meeting for Change' .  We thought it would...

Students give Mother Nature a hand

G. C. Huston Public School students learned a valuable wildlife lesson on Friday (May 17/19) when they released their 'baby' salmon. Each winter, the school...

Traditional techniques teach traditional knowledge

Youth at Saugeen First Nation had the opportunity to hone traditional canoe building techniques over the past few weeks thanks to an Indigenous grant. Starting...

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...

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...

A new start for four families of Chippewas of Nawash

On Saturday, November 24th, four families on the Neyaashiinigmiing Aboriginal Reserve No. 27, formerly Cape Croker, received the keys to their new homes thanks...

SON Chief & Fisheries share concerns about Bruce Peninsula Fishery

Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) fishermen and biologists are noticing what appear to be profound changes in the nature of the fishery around their traditional...

Operation Christmas Child on its way

This year's Christmas Child Shoebox Program kicked off in September with thousands of empty shoeboxes going out all over South Bruce. Two short months later,...

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...

Saugeen First Nation honoured their own who served in all wars

Saugeen First Nation honoured their own who served in the Great War that ended on November 11th, 1918 and all those who served afterwards. Their...

Chef Jamie Kennedy among 11 Chefs who provided a free community lunch with the...

Andrew got the early morning fire crackling by our rocky Georgian Bay shoreline at our place at Neyaashiinigmiing on Thursday. The sun decided to...

Museum re-opens newly designed First Nation Gallery

Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre (BCM&CC) had reason to celebrate on Saturday, November 3rd, when it opened its newly revitalized and redesigned First...