Kincardine News

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Nov 16 2019, 6:28pm EST
Orchestra Grey Bruce and The Saugeen County Chorus are delighted to present their 21st Anniversary performance of Handel’s MESSIAH on Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 8:00 pm at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St., Kincardine. Read More
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Nov 14 2019, 4:37pm EST
Based on the latest information from US and Canadian Hydrographic Services, Maitland Conservation is warning landowners along the shoreline that the water level of Lake Huron is expected to continue rising in 2020. Read More
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Nov 07 2019, 3:53am EST
With snow in the forecast, the South Bruce Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is asking you to prepare yourself for winter driving. Read More

The Kincardine Independent

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Mar 26 2019, 5:10am EDT

The recent fire on Queen Street is another blow to a downtown that is already experiencing a shortage of retail businesses.

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Mar 19 2019, 4:32am EDT
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Mar 19 2019, 4:18am EDT
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Lucknow Sentinel

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Nov 15 2019, 2:26pm EST
The Township of Huron-Kinloss was selected to join the first Showcase Cities cohort led by the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) Canada. Over the next year, Township of Huron-Kinloss will receive intensive support to help reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change.
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Oct 20 2019, 9:25pm EDT
On Sunday, October 20, Rev. Ruth MacLean, the Interim Moderator and Rev. Dr. Randy Benson, Moderator of the Presbytery of Grey-Bruce-Maitland, joined together with a full congregation to reminisce on the good times had at Knox Presbyterian Ripley. By the end of the service, the doors would be closed for good. Read More
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Oct 06 2019, 9:51pm EDT
Snobelen Farms has pledged $25,000 to support the Lucknow Community Health Centre. This donation towards the medical equipment, technology and furnishings plays a significant role in securing the $150,000 fundraising goal. Read More

Blackburn News - Midwestern Ontario

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Nov 19 2019, 3:17pm EST

Siemens Canada has become one of 59 partners from Bruce Power’s supply chain to invest in the local community.

Representatives from Bruce Power, Siemens, Saugeen Ojibway Nation and the Municipality of Saugeen Shores attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday at Siemens Canada’s new Port Elgin office.

Siemens Canada supports Bruce Power with products, solutions, services and digital applications for turbine generators and auxiliaries.

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Nov 19 2019, 2:53pm EST

Grey Bruce Public Health is working with the community to raise awareness about sexually transmitted diseases or STIs

Manager of the Sexual Health Program, Sarah Ellis, said the number of STIs are increasing in the region and are affecting people of all ages who are sexually active.

While this trend is not specific to Grey-Bruce, Public Health is working with secondary schools, local businesses and community partners to raise awareness around this important issue.

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Nov 18 2019, 5:17pm EST

Bruce Power’s President and CEO told the annual Regional Economic Development and Innovation Summit he’s excited about what lies ahead for the region.

Great Lakes Commission

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Nov 19 2019, 10:37am EST

Following an initial denial by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Enbridge Energy resubmitted a permit application for plans to build a new Line 3 oil pipeline that would bring oil from Alberta to a terminal in Superior, Wisconsin. Read the full story by the Duluth News Tribune.

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Nov 19 2019, 10:37am EST

Chicago began a Lake Michigan shoreline stabilization project this week on the Far North Side to address erosion caused by severe storms and high lake levels. Read the full story by the Chicago Tribune.

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Nov 19 2019, 10:33am EST

As stronger storms and higher lake levels batter communities along Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay, local governments in Ontario are considering investing in further shoreline protection features. Read the full story by

London Free Press

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Nov 07 2019, 2:59pm EST
CHATHAM – Lake Erie shoreline erosion shows no signs of slowing down and the retreating landscape is wreaking havoc on area roads – with photos and video of the dangerous damage going viral online. Read More
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Nov 04 2019, 7:05pm EST
Stratford Mayor Dan Mathieson says it’s time Ontario municipalities start taking cyber security seriously. Read More
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Oct 27 2019, 7:05pm EDT
ERIEAU – A road hugging the Lake Erie shore near this community took another pounding on the weekend as gale force winds drove water from the lake inland, causing flooding in several homes. Read More

Cottage Life

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Nov 19 2019, 2:46pm EST

Update: The Ontario government is going ahead with its proposal to allow cormorant hunting and to let hunters kill double-crested cormorants and leave their carcasses where they lay to rot. Provisions in Bill 138, the Plan to Build Ontario Together Act, which has just passed first reading in the legislature, include exemptions to the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997, that allow for the abandoning of killed cormorants.

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Nov 15 2019, 3:10pm EST

As the cold sets in again, you’ll likely need to stock up on firewood. If you’re chopping it yourself, there are lumberjack tools out there to improve efficiency and safety. But do you know a cant hook from a picaroon? If you’re going to wear your plaid shirt, you should see if these tools are worth adding to your shed.

1. Cleat and beak cant hook A heavy-duty option; the cant hook uses simple applied leverage physics: hook the beak and cleat into a chopped log’s bark, and apply pressure to roll the piece over.

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Nov 14 2019, 1:01pm EST

Your insurance rates may be going up. With the more extreme storms that come with our changing climate, our cottages are suffering more damage. Insurance companies are responding to increased claims by raising rates, deductibles, or both.

They used to be called 100-year storms, or 500-year flooding, or once-in-a-lifetime weather events. These days, however, extreme weather, whether torrential rains, rampaging wildfires, or wild winds, are making the extraordinary, well, ordinary.

Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 00:00

April was another busy month for LHCCC staff, gearing up for the action-packed summer ahead. Just like many of you, we are loving the warmer spring weather and soaking up some sun during our lunch hour walks along the Goderich Beach.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 00:00

Welcome to April's edition of the LHCCC Newsletter! Spring has “sort of sprung”? Mother nature is trying her best to bring back our summer weather, and I am sure many of you are contemplating your returns to your cottages and planning your summer vacation.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 00:00

Matt at Environmental Defence Gala 4

Wow, do we have a lot to share in this month’s newsletter! The Coastal Centre has been very busy collaborating with environmental groups along our shoreline to protect your lake.

I had the opportunity to attend the Environmental Defense Gala in Toronto. We have had a planning workshop with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, met with Conservation Authorities, Healthy Lake Huron and the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association. We have made presentations to several of your municipal councils, have met with Pine River Watershed Initiative Network and the International Joint Commission.  We are doing all this in an effort to link all environmental groups along our shore to create a cohesive effort to protect and improve the health of Lake Huron.