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...

Environmental groups intervene to protect Piping Plover habitat

Environmental groups are participating in a hearing this week to uphold a stop work order that blocks the Town of South Bruce Peninsula from...

New Saugeen First Nation housing development a leader in design

Six families of Saugeen First Nation will be moving into new homes at the end of September. The first phase of the housing development was...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Indigenous People’s day filled with activities and historical event

Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st (Solstice), was a full day of celebration with Saugeen First Nation and surrounding community. The day began at dawn...

YMCA issues Statement of Reconciliation

The YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce is proud to announce its Statement of Reconciliation in recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day. The Statement was...

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,...

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,...