A community activist says the business of nuclear emergency planning is inconsistent, lacks clarity, is not timely and is poorly accessible to the public.
New field work in Huron-Kinloss is being planned by the Nuclear Waste Management Association.
A proposed enclosed holding area for cattle at the Ripley Agricultural Fair continues to draw opposition.
The proposal to sell municipally-owned Bruce Telecom has failed.
Huron Kinloss Township council turned down a Brockton motion asking Westario Power to amend its disconnect policy.
The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band has been invited to participate in the 70th anniversary of the Liberation of Holland.
Another closed meeting to discuss the contentious Bruce Telecom sale is set for April 29th.
Westario Power is defending it’s practice of performing ‘disconnects’ in the winter months.
The economy in Kincardine could be getting a boost soon.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission hearings begin in Kincardine.