Friday, December 2, 2022

Community News

Environment and Climate Change Canada has awarded the Bruce Trail Conservancy a prestigious five-year, $5 million matching grant through the Nature Smart Climate Solutions Fund to help advance urgent Niagara Escarpment land securement and conservation goals. The Bruce Trail Conservancy is one of 40 conservation partners across Canada that will share up to $109 million in funding over the next five years through the Nature Smart Climate Solutions Fund. This funding is part of the $631 million that the Nature...
By Susanne Wussow This year has been a bit of a challenge for me to get into the holiday spirit, but on Tuesday, November 22, that changed. It was Simply Unique's wreath-making night at the Kin Hall at Memorial Park. About 20 of us (all women – not sure why men aren't interested?!?) were supplied with pre-tied green wreaths, ribbons, colourful balls of all sizes, sorts, and colours, and all manner of decorative options. Not being an accomplished crafter (my mother was...

Popular this week

Join the GTHS For Their Holiday Open House

After a three-year hiatus, this holiday season the Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) invites the community to celebrate another successful and meaningful year in...

Knights Players Run Game Day Food Drive

On Thursday November 10, at 7:30pm, Knights of Meaford players, Cooper Salter and Piper Post had an outstanding win over the west Nipissing Lynx....

Municipality of Meaford Goes Purple to Raise Awareness About Gender-Based Violence

The United Nations General Assembly has designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. In recognition of this...

Holiday Magic at Blue Mountain Village

Blue Mountain Village celebrates the holiday season with over a million lights, entertainment, and of course Santa. Never has that spirit been so beautifully...

Scottish Rotarians Meet Canadian Rotarians on the Ice

A delegation of 16 Scottish Rotarians were guests of the Rotary Club of Meaford on Friday, November 18, during the bi-annual Scotland/Canada Rotary Curling...

GBCS Student Organizes Food Drive for Class Project

When GBCS grade 11 student Bella Coghlin was assigned a class project for her Social Justice class, she didn’t imagine how much of an...

Source Protection Plan Amendments Approved

Section 36 Source Protection Plan amendments submitted February 23, 2022, to the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) have been approved for...

Bruce Grey’s Living Wage increases by 12.5% for 2022

Living Wage: The living wage is what a worker needs to earn, per hour, at 40 hours per week, in order to make ends...

Housing Affordability Top Concern for Canadians

A new survey released recently by Habitat for Humanity Canada finds Canadians rank affordable housing as the third most important issue facing Canada today,...

Dwindling Executive Leaves Future of Scarecrow Invasion Uncertain

The event chair for the popular Scarecrow Invasion & Family Festival has warned that the future of the event is in jeopardy due to...