On Friday, May 4 one of the Huron Wind turbines located adjacent to the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre was damaged during high winds. The damage occurred to the tip of one of the turbine blades. The turbine has been stabilized andREAD MORE
By Sarah Foster, Communications Specialist Over the years, thousands of women have participated in the Kincardine Women’s Triathlon (KWT), which is going into its 18th year this July thanks to an army of race volunteers and supporters (including Bruce Power,READ MORE
It was a pleasure joining the Bruce Power Pensioners’ Association (BPPA) for its spring social luncheon at the Underwood Community Centre on April 18. What a great day to see good friends, enjoy excellent food and ring in the new season!
Bruce Power is thrilled to have participated in the multi-year fundraising effort for the Huron Shores Hospice through direct donations and annual Handbags for Hospice events in the local community. The single-bed facility was officially opened on April 11 and scoresREAD MORE
Our new programmable road sign is in place along Bruce County Road 20 (4th Conc.) and it will make it even easier for visitors to access our facility. We’re already open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays throughout theREAD MORE
Representatives from the Municipality of Kincardine and a number of leading environmental stewardship agencies conducted an orientation and training session for more than 30 volunteers at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre on Saturday, April 7. Led by Bird Studies Canada, theREAD MORE
Staff in the Community and Indigenous Relations team are thrilled to announce that our all-new facility sign along County Rd. 20 will installed within the next few weeks! This state-of-the-art pylon sign will make it safer and easier for visitors toREAD MORE
An exciting agenda of March Break activities is waiting for your family at the offsite Visitors’ Centre! And be sure no to miss the dogsledding demonstration at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 16!