Parents are being encouraged to talk with their kids while police prepare for a new world with cannabis legalization is set to take effect this month.
There’s little doubt Jim and Kelsey Bryson of Ormstown, Quebec have mastered the art of growing giant pumpkins.
Collaborative efforts by the OPP, the MTO, a safe communities committee, and local residents has improved traffic flow and safety on Highway 6 up the Bruce Peninsula.
Construction is officially underway on the new Saugeen Shores Police Service headquarters in Port Elgin.
OPG remains committed to moving ahead with the DGR for low-and-intermediate level nuclear waste, but only if it can secure approval from Saugeen Ojibway Nation.
The Mill Creek Bridge on Bruce Road 17 is tentatively scheduled to re-open to traffic this Monday.
South Bruce Peninsula council wants to increase fines for a number of offences committed on the beach.
First round of public feedback regarding a proposed research and training centre comes in.
Mayor Janice Jackson says they were overwhelmed by the number of people who visited Sauble Beach during the Canada Day long weekend.
Bruce County’s Director of Transportation and Environmental Services is optimistic the new bridge will be finished by December.