Many concerns raised over proposed Market Street development

In a virtual Open House on Wednesday, February 16th, facilitated by Jay Pausner, Town Supervisor of Development Service, many residents raised concerns regarding a...

Saugeen Shores and Saugeen First Nation to enter into partnership program

The Town of Saugeen Shores and Saugeen First Nation expect to enter into a partnership initiative for economic development. "We are only one of eight...

Bruce County and Saugeen Ojibway Nation reach an agreement

  Bruce County and the Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) have reached an out-of-court agreement, settling Bruce County’s involvement in SON’s long-standing legal action in relation...

CFUW Southport marks 31st annual Women’s Vigil

On a blustery winter day, December 6th, the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Southport chapter held its 31st annual Vigil at Coulter Parkette...

Indigenous knowledge improves the NWMO’s geoscience work

At a recent conference in London, Ont., hosted by the Geological Association of Canada and the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Nuclear Waste Management...

Saugeen First Nation honours its own who served and fought for Canada

When it came to serving Canada during war time, many young men of the First Nations stepped forward without hesitation both in World Wars...

Reconciliation Hall unveiled at Saugeen District Senior School

A COMMITMENT TOWARDS ACTION FOR JUSTICE AND HEALING by Nancie Darlington-Smith Photos by Aurora Jacobi Photography (SDSS student) Saugeen District Senior School’s (SDSS) Reconciliation Team unveiled a...

Makwa-Cahill and Bruce Power celebrate grand opening of fabrication facility

Makwa-Cahill, an Indigenous-owned venture focused on fabrication for the energy sector, held a grand opening of its facility in Owen Sound, Ont. Makwa Development Corp.,...

Guest speaker challenges Rotary to move forward in reconciliation

On September 30th, the Rotary Club of Saugeen Shores held a special dinner in honour of the day of Truth and Reconciliation. ROTARY CLUB OF...

Two communities come together in the spirit of reconciliation

The Southampton bridge, ‘Zgaa-biig-ni-gan’ … “We Are Connected”, seemed to have extra special meaning on the inaugural Truth and Reconciliation Day, September 30th, and...

Wiarton Salvation Army walks for Truth and Reconciliation

Wiarton Salvation Army on the Bruce Peninsula recognized Truth and Reconciliation day on September 30th with a walk to Colpoy's Bay. Lead by Captain Mary...

Bruce Power honours Truth & Reconciliation through Indigenous Champions Program

To commemorate the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, Bruce Power has rolled out its Indigenous Champions Program to its managers, naming its top...

Town unveils commissioned artwork by local Indigenous artist

It's a stark, powerful reminder of a tragic time in Canadian history and it now hangs predominantly in the Saugeen Shores Council Chamber. The artwork,...

Truth and Reconciliation: Residential School Survivor, Elder Theresa Hall, speaks to NWMO

Today, September 30, 2021, is the first official legislated National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. The NWMO joins Indigenous peoples and Canadians...