Playgrounds off limits in Municipality of Kincardine

In the Municipality of Kincardine, all playgrounds have been closed until further notice due to the current situation of COVID-19. The playground equipment is closed to...

BWDSB Director’s March Break Message

It is hard to fathom that the so-called ‘blizzard’ of 2020 was only a few short weeks ago. Snowbanks are quickly receding, while bird...

Bluewater School Closures – COVID 19 – Q&A

The following applies to the closure period of March 14 to April 5, 2020 as issued by Ministerial Order by the provincial government. Q. Will...

March Break extended to April 1st across Ontario

The Provincial government announced today that all publicly funded schools in Ontario will close for two weeks following March Break that would have taken...

Toronto Zoo and NWMO partner to conserve native Ontario bat populations

The Toronto Zoo’s Native Bat Conservation Program (NBCP) and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) are joining together to facilitate research into native bat...

A Real Life – Freeman Dyson

Mathematician and physicist Freeman Dyson has died at the age of 96. He was a legend and a ‘Polymath’ – a person of wide...

Mini Comic-Con kicks off March Break at Kincardine Library

Kick off your March Break at Bruce County Public Library’s Mini Comic-Con®! Why travel to the big city to celebrate your favourite fandom, when you...

KDSS Junior Girls Volleyball team are CWOSSA Champions

The KDSS Junior Girls Volleyball team are CWOSSA Champions!! The girls participated in the Central Western Ontario Secondary Schools Association (CWOSSA) tournament which was held...

Star Gaze at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre this March Break

Whether you’re looking for a Day Camp or planning to bring the whole family for a day of discovery, the Bruce County Museum 7...

MPP Thompson announces two museum grants

Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson celebrated Ontario Heritage Week (Feb. 17-23) by presenting cheques to two local museums totaling $135,036. “We have a rich history here...