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Grey-Bruce Health Unit add more Drop-In Vaccine Clinics next Week
01/28/2022
The Grey-Bruce Health Unit announced additional community Covid-19 Vaccination clinics in the first week of February. In addition to these there will be two child-based clinics for children aged 5 to 11 that are planned for February 5th and 6th. Appointments are still recommended to avoid wait-times depending on number of people walking in for vaccinations.... 
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Bruce County Looking For Various Long Term Care Workers for both Walkerton and Wiarton Facilities
01/28/2022
Bruce County is currently recruiting for various positions at both their Wiarton and Walkerton Long Term Care Homes. Positions available in Wiarton and Walkerton include Full-Time Registered Nurses, Practical Nurses, Personal Support Workers and Resident Support Assistants.... Some positions available include a $1,000 Signing Bonus on Hiring.... 
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Latest scam in the region asks residents to “bail” people out
01/28/2022
There is another scam in our region and this time they hope you can “bail” them out. South Bruce OPP say this is called the “money for bail” scam where the scammers posing as police officers phones and tells the person on the other end of the line that someone they know is in jail and requires bail to be released.... 
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Town releases link for virtual Groundhog Day prediction
01/27/2022
While there will be no Wiarton Willie Festival this year, people can still look forward to his live prediction on February 2nd. The Town of South Bruce Peninsula have put out a link to their YouTube page where Willie’s prediction will be announced next Wednesday morning just after 8. Mayor Janice Jackson reiterated that they would have preferred having a full event with a live audience but given the circumstances, a virtual event will have to do.... 
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Saugeen Shores Sets Building Permit, Construction Value Record In 2021
01/27/2022 
The Town of Saugeen Shores says the building permits and construction value reached in 2021 has set a new all-time high. During a Committee of the Whole meeting on Jan. 24, the 2021 Building Report was brought forward and showed 526 permits were approved and a total construction value of $154 million.... 
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Tankard field now set, 12 teams to compete for Brier berth
01/26/2022
The field for next month’s Port Elgin Chrysler Tankard is set. There will now be 12 teams competing in the Ontario Men’s Curling Championships at the Plex in Port Elgin. The field was expanded by four (from 8 to 12) this year after the final qualifier was cancelled due to COVID restrictions.... 
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Neyaashiinigmiing Artist Selected To Have Large Scale Art Piece Displayed In Oxenden
01/26/2022
A Neyaashiinigmiing artist has been selected to have one of their paintings installed as a public art piece as part of reconciliation efforts. Artist Charmaine Jenner was selected by a jury from the Oxenden Indigenous Art Project to have this piece affixed to the side of Coordinating Committee member Kelsey Carriere’s home, who is of Métis heritage.... 
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Bruce Power calls new isotope production system at Unit 7 “groundbreaking”
01/25/2022
A new isotope production system has been installed at Bruce Power. In a news release, the groundbreaking technology marks the first time that a nuclear reactor has the capability to produce Lutetium-177....  Lutetium-177 (or Lu-177) is used to treat various cancers, such as neuroendocrine tumours and prostate cancer....
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Kincardine Looking for Input on Past Promenade on Queen in Downtown
01/
25/2022
The Municipality of Kincardine is looking for residents input on whether the Promenade on Queen that has been setup in Downtown Kincardine for the past two years should continue or not. The place for people to leave their feedback is at kincardinetalks.ca/promenade-review.... 
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Saugeen Shores Councillor Resigns In Order To Become Director Of Community Services
01/25/2022 
The Town of Saugeen Shores has a new Director of Community Services and Operations.... She is known to many in the community as a councillor for the Port Elgin Ward. She has now resigned from council in order to move into this role.... 
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Fire strikes Sutton Park Inn again
12/24/2022
Crews from the Kincardine Fire and Emergency Services along with South Bruce OPP and Bruce County paramedics were called to the motel on Sutton Street early Sunday morning. Fire Chief Brad Lemeich says the fire occurred in the east section of the motel, the portion that was unaffected from the fire that occurred at the motel last May.... 
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Health unit says over half of Grey Bruce residents received third dose
12/24/2022
The Grey Bruce Health Unit announced that over 55 percent of eligible residents (about 79,000) have three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.... 
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Province to offer grants to businesses closed during shutdown
12/24/2022
Businesses in Ontario affected by the most recent shutdown are being encouraged by the Province to apply for grants. The new Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program will cover up to 100 percent of property tax and energy costs. In a news release, eligible businesses such as restaurants and gyms must have been required to close for the duration of the shutdown in order to receive the rebate.... 
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