NWMO’s Council of Elders and Youth Enhance National Infrastructure Project

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s (NWMO) Council of Elders and Youth (the Council) is an independent advisory body that is instrumental in providing counsel on the...

CFUW Southport marks 31st annual Women’s Vigil

On a blustery winter day, December 6th, the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Southport chapter held its 31st annual Vigil at Coulter Parkette...

Makwa-Cahill and Bruce Power celebrate grand opening of fabrication facility

Makwa-Cahill, an Indigenous-owned venture focused on fabrication for the energy sector, held a grand opening of its facility in Owen Sound, Ont. Makwa Development Corp.,...

Bruce Power honours Truth & Reconciliation through Indigenous Champions Program

To commemorate the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, Bruce Power has rolled out its Indigenous Champions Program to its managers, naming its top...

Truth and Reconciliation: Residential School Survivor, Elder Theresa Hall, speaks to NWMO

Today, September 30, 2021, is the first official legislated National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. The NWMO joins Indigenous peoples and Canadians...

Bruce Power signs supplier agreement with local Indigenous fabrication company

  Bruce Power has signed a supplier agreement with Makwa-Cahill, a new partnership focused on industry fabrication and other strategic opportunities in the energy sector. The...

Grey Bruce Labour Council donates to Saugeen First Nation

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 food security problems at Saugeen First Nation, the Grey Bruce Labour Council (GBLC) donated $500 to the Saugeen...

Local resident becomes a Red Cross volunteer

Local Southampton resident, John Willetts, recently returned from a Red Cross mission to Kashechewan First Nation in northern Ontario. Willetts comes from a family of...

The NWMO continues Reconciliation journey

Reconciliation matters. As Canadians, it ensures we learn from and address historic wrongs, and we work together to co-create a better future. The Nuclear Waste...

Local Indigenous artist’s work tells a lurid yet hopeful story

Southampton Arts has opened its doors once more to present the exhibit 'Shadows', works by two artists, Susan Seitz and Brent Henry. On this Indigenous...