Bruce Power makes large donation to local hospital

Bruce Power has committed $100,000 to the Chesley and District Health Services Foundation for the purchase of central cardiac monitors. James Scongack, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Operational Services; and Christine John, Communications Specialist, Community and Indigenous Relations, both of Bruce Power, presented the cheque to Leslie Hastie, Vice-Chair, South Bruce Grey Health Centre board of directors; Meghan Legge, Manager, Communications and Patient Experience, South Bruce Grey Health Centre; Lindsay Manery, Chair, Chesley and District Health Services Foundation; Foundation Vice-ChairTom Sweiger; and Foundation Director Ben Rier. (Photo provided by Steve McAllister, Communications Specialist, Corporate Affairs Bruce Power)

The Chesley and District Health Services Foundation has been given a big holiday boost.

Bruce Power has donated $100,000 to the foundation which will be used to purchase new central cardiac monitors at the Chesley Hospital.

Representatives from Bruce Power, including James Scongack, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Operational Services, and Christine John, Communications Specialist, Community and Indigenous Relations, presented the cheque to the foundation on Monday.