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,...

Saugeen First Nation 47th annual Pow Wow

Mother Nature cooperated for the Saugeen First Nation 47th Pow Wow on August 11th and 12th, 2018 with hot sunny weather for both days. Hundreds...

Indigenous scholarship program announced

Bruce Power has today (June 1/18) announced a four-year, $100,000 Indigenous scholarship program, which will benefit First Nation and Métis students in the region.  Bruce...

Chippewas of Nawash fishing industry helping food banks

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation has a pre-colonial tradition of fishing for trade. Today, we are the only commercial fishers in the...

The two communities that work at being connected

On the shore of Lake Huron in Bruce County, two communities are working together to become more connected - Saugeen First Nation and Southampton,...

SON receives Greenbelt Foundation grant

The Greenbelt Foundation has awarded Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) a $40,000 grant for increased engagement in Plan the Bruce – Bruce County’s community engagement...

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...

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...

Bruce Power lends a hand to Regional Food Distribution of COVID-19 assistance program for...

The Regional Food Distribution Association, which supports First Nations and other communities in Northern Ontario, will be receiving some assistance from Bruce Power to...

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...

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...

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...

G. C. Huston becomes a Legacy School

Although they no longer live, Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack have left a lasting legacy through a fund that is committed to helping bridge...

Saugeen First Nation re-elects Chief

In May, Saugeen First Nation (SFN) held its biennial Nomination meeting where they nominated Band members to stand as candidates for election. Candidates had five days...