Bruce Power and three suppliers have signed a $130-million joint venture for new steam generators for Unit 6.
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The CNSC’s relicencing hearings resume in Kincardine on May 30th and 31st.
Council had rubber-stamped $25,000 to be spent on the in-ground containers.
South Bruce Grey Health Centre staff and board members will be going through an accreditation survey soon.
Bruce County officials are moving quickly to begin the replacement of the damaged Chesley Main Street Bridge.
Fanshawe College is looking to bring a program to Saugeen Shores to help train skilled labour for the town’s building boom.
South Bruce Peninsula staff and their consultant will come up with a firm price tag for the new design, with hopes of returning to council next month.
Council will consider a motion from the deputy mayor to have a Pride flag installed in a public location in Saugeen Shores.
Emergency rooms at South Bruce Grey Health Centre hospitals have been very busy since Christmas, but not necessarily because of flu cases.
Canada’s nuclear regulator is encouraging the public to take part in upcoming relicensing hearings for Bruce Power.