Ecole Port Elgin Saugeen Central School is entering Phase II of its outdoor classroom project, with the goal of building rails and benches for the structure and repairing the pavement on the schoolyard this year. The covered, accessible outdoor classroomREAD MORE
Bruce Power’s Environment and Sustainability department is focused on providing clean energy that meets current and future electricity needs, without compromising quality of life for future generations. We care about people and the planet, while generating carbon-free electricity for overREAD MORE
The ‘Grey Bruce One World Festival: We are All Neighbours’ event is a well-attended day that brings communities together and serves to educate about the diversity in our area. The One World Festival allows for schools to visit and participate.
The ‘Is the Coast Clear?’ conference provides a forum for the general public and professionals in the field to become better informed about issues affecting Lake Huron’s coastal environment. Learn more about the conference.
Participants in the 2016 Grey-Bruce regional Envirothon competition proudly show off their environmental medallions, on May. For the third year in a row Bruce Power provided $1,500 in sponsorship to the regional Envirthon, while some employees volunteer their time duringREAD MORE
Bruce Power continues to play a major role in health care improvements across our region. The company has made donations to various efforts that will enhance health care services to local residents. Bruce Power has donated $75,000 to Chapman House,READ MORE
Once again, Bruce Power has supported local hospital foundations through the annual CKNX Health Care Heroes Radiothon. The Radiothon, which was held May 12, has nine participating hospital foundations this year. They will evenly split the $6,500 donation and putREAD MORE
Bruce Power was pleased to participate in the International Atomic Energy Association’s (IAEA) Operational Safety and Review Team (OSART) mission last December. Bruce Power was put forward for this review in 2014 by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Canada’s independentREAD MORE
Bruce Power stays connected to the community in many ways, including a regular report that is distributed to about 50,000 people in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties. Click here to read Community Update – Volume 1, 2016.