Town winter maintenance continues

The Town of Saugeen Shores has declared the Significant Weather Event in accordance with Ontario Regulation 366/18 to be over. Caution should still be observed...

Citizens appointed to Saugeen Shores committees

Although Saugeen Shores appears to be moving toward a changed system for committees and volunteers, there are committees that have been retained with public...

Concerns raised over proposed Committee restructuring

While community volunteers play an integral role in many programs and projects, Saugeen Shores will be attempting to broaden its volunteer base by developing...

Huron-Bruce Liberal Candidate continues ‘grass roots’ campaign style

In his bid to be the next MP for Huron-Bruce, Allan Thompson has been busy throughout the riding. Thompson was officially nominated as the Huron-Bruce...

Helping Ontario Farmers Affected by Wildlife & Weather Succeed

The federal and provincial governments are reducing regulatory burdens and making life easier for farmers who experience livestock losses beyond their control.   After extensive consultation...

Spring to arrive early says Wiarton Willie!

 According to albino groundhog, Wiarton Willie, Spring will arrive early when he did not see his shadow. Mayor Janice Jackson, who apparently is fluent in...

Municipality representatives air concerns with Ministers at ROMA conference

Saugeen Shores Mayor Luke Charbonneau and Councilors have been attending the Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) conference in Toronto this week. (photos submitted) It gives...

Council frustrated with not being able to make a local decision

With the rapid growth in population in Saugeen Shores, the intersection at Ivings Drive and Goderich Street in Port Elgin has become a high...

Phase one of Bruce Road 25 to be completed in 2019

Working with Bruce County, Saugeen Shores will be completing phase one of the storm sewer outlet on Bruce Road 25 (commonly known as the...

Fundraiser supports Women’s Shelters

Acuren Nuclear Services and SNC Lavalin hosted, what has become an annual event, a fundraiser for the Women's Centre Grey and Bruce (Owen Sound) and the Kabaeshiwim Respite...

Local business owner seeks Conservative nomination

Ken Brown, a retired local Georgian Bluffs resident, has declared his candidacy for the Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound (BGOS) Conservative Party nomination. Ken was raised on a...

New Council reverses closure decision

"This morning, Grey County council voted to rescind the decision to close Grey Gables. I’m pleased by the direction taken by our new County...

Rick Byers Enters Local Conservative Nomination Race

Grey-Bruce resident, party supporter and organizer Rick Byers today announced his intention to seek the nomination for the Conservative Party in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, following...

Saugeen Shores reaches a draft Capital Budget for 2019

After the Capital Budget session held on Tuesday (Jan. 22), Saugeen Shores Mayor Luke Charbonneau says that, there is no change from the 2018...