Out ”n’ About in a heat wave in Saugeen Shores

                                               ...

Fish stocking during a pandemic

It was masks all around as a small team of conservationists stocked 15-thousand chinook salmon near Wiarton Friday June 26, 2020. The fish were raised...

Local beaches filled to capacity on Canada Day

Canada Day, July 1st, saw many area beaches on the shores of Lake Huron filled to capacity, particularly with high temperatures driving people to...

Lobster FEST continues at Southampton Foodland

It's that time of year again when Southampton Foodland celebrates Lobster FEST on Civic Holiday weekend in August. For more than 20 years, Foodland has...

A baby shower in drive-by time

In these days of drive-by(s), what could be more 'normal' than a drive-by baby shower. Having a first baby is exciting in itself but to...

A Country Visitor – it’s Turtle time of year

This is the time of year when turtles come onto land specifically to lay their eggs and we recently received a photo of a...

Spring ‘Green-up week’ in Saugeen Shores comes to a close

They raked, they filled bags with debris, wood and, in general, garbage. Port Elgin 'Beach Preservers' continued with the community 'Green Up' project carried out...

Out and About in Saugeen Shores

With a scheduled power outage in Port Elgin on Sunday, June 14th, Tim Hortons in Southampton saw incredible drive-thru action for those 'double doubles'...

Customers ready as patios open for business with safety restrictions

Today, Thursday June 12th, the Ontario Provincial government lifted further 'regional' COVID-19 restrictions to enable restaurant patios to open. One of the regions, Bruce County,...

Annual Summer Port Elgin Beach Market cancelled

In a recent media release, the Port Elgin Beach Market Committee and Port Elgin Pumpkinfest Team have made the challenging decision to cancel the...

Kincardine Pride Parade going virtual

For decades, Pride events have taken place across the country. For Kincardine Pride President, Fort Papalia, “This Pride season will be no different, Kincardine...

A Family whose ties run deep in Grey and Bruce

The Board of Directors of the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre (formerly the CNR Railway Station) has decided that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the...

Beaches in Saugeen Shores now open with limitations

Many beaches in Saugeen Shores are now open to the public after the Medical Officer of Health for Grey Bruce lifted the orders that...

Bruce County offers $100,000 grants to support tourism businesses

On May 12th, Bruce County Council endorsed a $1.75 million investment in grants and loans to support local businesses over the next two years....