Tell us about yourself. While I was born in Toronto, I grew up in the United Kingdom, and always knew that I wanted to make a life for myself in Canada as an adult. This was underlined when I didREAD MORE
Friday and Saturday morning 11 a.m. bus tours are the newest addition to the activity roster being offered this summer at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre. The Summer Bus Tour program has been running seven-days-a-week at 1 p.m. and 2READ MORE
July 25, 2017, Bruce County – Kinectrics is pleased to announce it has secured two new locations in Bruce County to continue providing Bruce Power with exceptional service and value. Kinectrics has purchased a 37,000 sq. ft. facility andREAD MORE
Bruce Power employees once again showed their compassion for fellow Canadians today by donating $10,000 to the Red Cross for fire relief in B.C. “Much like our employees did last year during the devastating wildfires in Alberta, our employees haveREAD MORE
Mike Rencheck, Bruce Power’s President and CEO, is joining the Advisory Council for Holtec International to provide input to the company’s executive leadership regarding its small modular reactor program. “We are thrilled to have Mike join our Advisory Council,” saidREAD 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. Read our Community Update – Volume 2, 2017.
A live theatre performance and seven-day-a-week service are the highlights of this year’s Bruce Power Summer Bus Tour Program, which kicks off July 1. On Wednesdays and Fridays at noon, and on selected weekends, the Visitors’ Centre auditorium will beREAD MORE