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...

G. C. Huston youth to have art displayed in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario

In October, nine G. C. Huston Public School students had their art submitted by Vice-Principal Patricia Holm and Anishaabemowin teacher, Marilyn Root, for possible...

Bruce Power gives scholarship boost to Indigenous students

For the fourth year, Bruce Power awarded the Indigenous Post-Secondary Scholarship Beyond First Year scholarships of $2,000 each to ten selected recipients from local...

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...

An emotional tribute by Saugeen First Nations to leaving Principal

It was an emotional evening as Saugeen First Nation paid tribute to Southampton's G. C. Huston Public School Dan Russell on Thursday, June 14th,...

NWMO issues a Reconciliation Policy

Earlier today (Oct. 17), Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy,...

SON says no shared territory or treaty with Saugeen Métis

In a formal letter, Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) laid out its stance regarding its Traditional Territory.  A letter that says that there is no...

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...

SON celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Saugeen First Nation celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day June 21st with a celebration that included all ages. With drumming and song, the celebration also began with...

NWMO committed to Reconciliation

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is taking a significant step towards reconciliation by acknowledging historical wrongs in Canada’s past and the need to create a...

G. C. Huston Principal honoured by First Nations for years of service

Principal Dan Russell is winding down his days as principal of G. C. Huston Public School, 'Home of the Hawks' and, on Friday, June...

‘Stewards of the Land’ a hands-on opportunity to learn Indigenous culture

Grade 7 students of the Bruce-Grey Catholic District had the opportunity to learn about Indigenous peoples and their culture in a natural outdoor setting...

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...

Southampton Town Hall – how the tower bell came to be

Southampton was incorporated as a town in 1904 with a population of slightly over 2400. A month later, a movement began to building a town...