Nancy Griffin, a conservation educator with the Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority, joined staff at the offsite Visitors’ Centre to lead families on a nature walk on the morning of Tuesday, March 13. March Break activities continue for the balance ofREAD MORE
Over 250 people attended the Visitors’ Centre on Monday to help kick off March Break 2018! In addition to a robotics demonstration, turtle exhibit, movies and games, members of the public had the opportunity to check out the wide range of exhibitsREAD MORE
Bruce Power is holding a fun and informative youth drop-in program at the Visitors’ Centre during March Break, March 12-16. Activities range from a robotics demonstration to turtle conservation, to movies, games, puzzles and Indigenous crafts, as well as aREAD MORE
Bruce Power is proud to have sponsored the 2018 Goderich Huron YMCA Youth Recreation and Sports Program (YRASP). The program helps reduce financial barriers in order for children and youth to participate within a wide variety of recreation, art orREAD MORE
The Rotary Clubs of Hepworth-Shallow Lake, Port Elgin, Southampton and Tara partnered once again for the 16th annual Rotary Winterama festivities; bringing students from the local communities together to participate in winter activities, raising funds for their school programs includingREAD MORE
Bruce Power is pleased to have joined the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Gran Fondo Lake Huron team as a Title Sponsor of the 160 km route. Bruce Power donated $10,000 to the initiative. The ride takes place on Aug. 19.READ MORE
Bruce Power stopped in to 98 The Beach this morning to support the 2nd Annual Light the Way Radiothon in support of the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Bruce Power has been recognized as having one of Canada’s Most Admired™ Corporate Cultures by Waterstone Human Capital. The national program, now in its 13th year, annually recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizations for having cultures that have helped them enhance performanceREAD MORE
Over 50 students arrived at the PWU Training Centre to participate in a Safety Conference spearheaded by a fellow student highlighting health and safety for Ontario workers and dynamic learning exercises to promote safety awareness while in class.