Bruce Power brings up-to-date report to Council

  With its policy of keeping local Councils up to date, James Sconjack, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Operational Services for Bruce Power, presented...

Consumers drive retail and have choices to make

When t comes to recycling, it would appear that Saugeen Shores is ahead of the curve in the region. Councilor John Rich brought forward a...

Crime Stoppers: Unsolved Crimes

Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce and the South Bruce OPP are seeking the public's help in solving the following crimes in Huron-Kinloss Township: Break, enter,...

Aquatic centre discussion still on the Council table

On Monday night, Saugeen Shores Council  approved a recommendation that directs staff to create a Business Plan for a Saugeen Shores-YMCA facility, in partnership...

Saugeen Shores commended for its ‘at-risk’ wildlife protection

While some communities along the Great Lakes shorelines resent the 'at risk' Piping Plovers for their nestings due to their protected status, Saugeen Shores...

Saugeen Wins National Municipal Innovation Award

The Town of Saugeen Shores, ON has received national recognition for its Shore Report Podcast from the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA).  The town was presented...

Annual Heritage Conservation Award nominations being accepted

Once again, Saugeen Shores is holding the annual Heritage Conservation Award sponsored by the Municipal Heritage Committee. The award is give to someone who has...

Why Council defeats proposed Official Plan amendment application

On Tuesday, May 21st (2019) at the Saugeen Shores Planning Meeting, Town Council in a surprise move voted unanimously to reject a proposed amendment...

Federal Government announces investment in Port Elgin Breakwater

  The Port Elgin breakwater will be rebuilt beginning this fall thanks to an investment from the Government of Canada. The Ministry of Fisheries and...

Amendment change application goes down in unanimous defeat

It came as an obvious surprise to the more than 100 residents who attended the Tuesday night (May 21) Planning Meeting in Port Elgin,...

Local developers being considered as part of beach revitalization

  Port Elgin is moving forward in the revitalization of the waterfront of the Port Elgin main beach.     At the Committee of the Whole meeting on...

Planning Meeting venue changed

The Planning Meeting to be held tomorrow, Tuesday May 21st, will now take place in the Plex upstairs in Rotary Hall at 6:30 p.m. There...

‘Circle the Woodland’ protest draws hundreds of Southampton residents

Hundreds of people in Southampton joined in solidarity for a "Circle the Woodland" protest on Saturday, May 18th against a proposed amendment to the...

Southampton residents to hold protest over loss of wetland

Residents of Southampton are planning a peaceful protest tomorrow, Saturday May 18th, in the hopes that it will draw attention to the possible loss...