Saugeen Shores recreational facilities to reopen

The Province of Ontario moved to Phase 3 of its Roadmap to Reopen plan on Friday, June 16th at 12:01a.m. The new Rules for...

Southampton bump-outs still of concern

Council recently heard from Southampton resident Doug Longmire about his concerns regarding the 'bump-outs' that were constructed along High Street approximately three years ago. The...

Moving into Step One of Re-opening plan

The Province of Ontario will move to Step One of itsĀ Roadmap to ReopenĀ plan beginning Friday, June 11 at 12:01a.m. The Province has amended theĀ Reopening...

Mayor Luke Charbonneau appointed to NII Board of Directors

This week, the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) welcomed Luke Charbonneau, Mayor of the Town of Saugeen Shores and Bruce County Councillor to its Board...

Beach Preservers continue to ask questions about proposed CCV beach development

Patricia Corrigan-Frank, representing the Beach Preservers in Port Elgin, gave a deputation to Council on May 25th regarding the proposed Cedar Crescent Village development...

Town waives Tankard rental fees for 2022 Championship

A recommendation was recently made requesting that Saugeen Shores Town Council approve waiving $5,000 of the rental fees for the 2022 Ontario Menā€™s Curling...

Outdoor recreational amenities re-opening in Saugeen Shores

While the Stay-at-Home order remains in effect, the Province of Ontario has allowed for the reopening of certain outdoor recreational amenities effective May 22,...

Provincial STAY-AT-HOME ORDER remains in place for Long Weekend

As the Victoria Day long weekend approaches, the public is reminded that the Provincial Stay-at-Home order remains in effect and will be enforced. The...

Names for water towers chosen after public poll

The results are in and a design has been chosen for both the Port Elgin and Southampton water towers. The towers will each feature...

Readers can view recent delegation to Council in its entirety

In response to our receiving Letters to the Editor regarding a recent delegation to Council by Patricia Frank on the proposed Cedar Crescent Village...

Saugeen Shores Tourist Camps get set to open

Saugeen Shores Tourist Camps have been closed due to COVID-19 but are now getting set to open in Southampton and Port Elgin on May...

Cedar Crescent Village plan moving through approval process

Plans for Cedar Crescent Village are continuing to advance through the necessary approval processes. The development which includes a restaurant, special events hall, retail...

Municipality of Kincardine has a new Mayor

It was somewhat a confusing time following Kincardine Mayor Anne Edie's sudden resignation on April 9th. Randy Roppell stepped in, as his position of Deputy...

Strengthened Provincial Stay-at-Home Order impacts town services

The extended and strengthened Provincial Stay-at-Home Order came into effect 12:01am on April 17th. The new Provincial Order allows for additional enforcement measures and...