Wynne makes the pledge this morning.
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Saugeen Shores council is going to allow wine to be sold at the farmer’s market in Port Elgin this summer.
The long, cold winter took its toll on the plowing budgets of many local municipalities.
It’s been 13 years since Bruce Power took over operations of the Bruce nuclear site and it’s proving to be a lucky anniversary for local hospitals.
The president and CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce believes there is still a lot of work left before Ontario’s economy recovers.
Construction is officially underway at Mother Teresa School in Walkerton.
Bruce County council is considering purchasing the Brant Township Central School property in Walkerton.
Business owners voice concerns about a lack of parking in downtown.
A coalition of municipalities looking to silence wind turbines at night has a new member.
Saugeen Shores council has conditionally agreed to join the coalition, which is crafting a “quiet nights” nuisance noise bylaw targeting wind turbines, seeking to restrict the operation of turbines during evening and overnight hours.
The South Bruce Grey Health Centre has more than succeeded in the latest round of accreditation surveys.