Ten year scholarship program for Saugeen First Nation students

CRG Energy has announced a 10-year $30,000 Saugeen First Nation Indigenous Nuclear Scholarship. The CRG Energy Indigenous Nuclear Scholarship will run from 2021-2031. The scholarship will...

The ‘scoop’ of children happened close to home in Bruce County

We have all heard in mainstream media about the tragic and almost unbelievable story of 215 First Nations children that were found buried at...

NWMO Announces 5-Year Partnership with Downie Wenjack Fund for Orange Shirt Day

      The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) today, September 29th, announced plans to work together to create a meaningful...

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...

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 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...

Bruce Power is named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers

  Bruce Power has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers in recognition of its exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs. The Canada’s Top 100...