The Saugeen Bluffs Maple Syrup Festival takes place March 25 and 26 and Bruce Power is pleased to be a sponsor. Running both days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the event is the oldest outdoor maple syrup festival inREAD MORE
Parents planning next week’s March Break activities for their children are encouraged to consider programs and events at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre. Programs include energy exhibitions, magic shows, art classes, acting workshops, Indigenous craft-making and robotic demonstrations as wellREAD MORE
Stellina Williams and Jordan Jarvis, of Bruce Power’s Community Relations department, present a sponsorship cheque to Music in the Fields’ Co-Chair Rick McMurray, left, and committee member Steve Neeb. The annual event generates thousands of dollars for the Lucknow Kinsmen,READ MORE
Bruce Power Community Relations Manager Rob Liddle (left) was pleased to present representatives from Kincardine’s Marine Heritage Festival with a cheque to help sponsor the upcoming event. On hand to acknowledge the support were June Daniel, Graham Mahood, Scott Marshall,READ 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 #BreakTheSilence campaign has donated another $11,000 thanks to the public’s social media activity. The latest recipient is We CARE Grey Bruce’s We CARE Share program, which connects youth and adults to discuss mental health issues in an open forum.READ MORE
The first deserving recipient of the #BreakTheSilence campaign is the Grey-Bruce Chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association for its Ride Don’t Hide event. Ride Don’t Hide, which received the first $5,000 from the use of #BreakTheSilence on social media, raisesREAD MORE