Local police constable receives life-saving award

Saugeen Shores Police Constable, Laurel Hopkins, has only with the Service since April, 2017 but already she has applied her training to save two...

Saugeen Shores Mayor heads for retirement

The Town of Saugeen Shores hosted a reception for outgoing Mayor, Mike Smith, who is only days away from retirement. After serving in public office...

Town Council approves promenade construction

At the June 11th Committee of the Whole Meeting, Council tentatively approved staff to proceed with a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the extension...

Former School Board trustee urges Council to become more involved in education

Former Bluewater School Board trustee, Kevin Larson, came before Saugeen Shores Council recently with suggestions regarding the proposed move by the Board to have...

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...

Temporary Total Watering Ban in Saugeen Shores

With high temperatures and a lack of rain, the Town of Saugeen Shores is implementing a temporary watering ban for lawn/garden watering, pool filling,...

Saugeen Shores Council says ‘no’ to Unifor

Unifor is not about to get its new parking lot approved anytime soon. With the exception of Councilor Don Matheson, Council was unanimous in its...

The little train on the beach appears to soon become a relic of the...

Saugeen Shores Town Chambers were filled to capacity at Monday night's Council meeting (June 25/18) as supporters of the Port Elgin Beach train continued...

Notice of Public Information – telecommunications structure

NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION PROPOSED SHARED NETWORK CANADA, 50M MONOPOLE TOWER TELECOMMUNICATIONS STRUCTURE SUBJECT: Type: A 50m tall steel monopole telecommunications tower. Location: 100 North Rankin Street, Saugeen Shores,...

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...

Local schools to face off in ‘Bike to School’ challenge

The warmer weather has arrived and along with it begins our celebration of Ontario’s Bike Month. To encourage kids to make active choices to...

Some new faces will be at the Council table in Saugeen Shores

When the final voting count came in after a day's extension, there were some close races in Saugeen Shores. The position for Deputy Mayor was...

Chantry View upgrades to go ahead despite opposition

Saugeen Shores Council Chambers was  filled to capacity at the last Council meeting on July 9th as Southampton residents from the neighbourhood of Chantry...

Mayor’s address focuses on growth in the community

In his first address to the Saugeen Shores Men's Probus Club on Tuesday, March 5th , Mayor Luke Charbonneau laid out before the members...