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Water Restrictions Lifted for Municipality of Kincardine
05/19/2022
The Municipality of Kincardine notified residents this afternoon that with the Drinking Water System’s reservoir back online they are lifting the water use restrictions for residents. Full reservoir repairs have been delayed until this fall so users can anticipate another water conservation period this October.... 
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Summer Company program for Youth 15 to 29 Application Deadline is May 31st
05/19,/2022
Huron County Economic Development is reminding youth ages 15 to 29 who are thinking of choosing entrepreneurship as a career that the Summer Company program for 2022 application deadline is May 31st.... 
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Southampton Pharmacist Kristen Watt Ontario Pharmacist of the Year
05/18/2022
Southampton pharmacist Kristen Watt has won the Ontario Pharmacist of the Year Award. The award is presented by the Ontario Pharmacy Association to a pharmacist who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in all areas of pharmacy practice.... 
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Smart Beach Pilot Project Launches Next Wednesday at Station Beach in Kincardine
05/18/2022
With summer fast approaching and the beaches along Lake Huron soon to be full of residents and visitors there are reminders that the water fun comes with risks; such things as underwater rip currents. The Municipal Innovation Council in Port Elgin is launching a first-of-its-kind pilot project at Station Beach in Kincardine next week.  It will see an integrated sensor network deployed to give highly accurate, real-time local beach forecasts on rip current conditions, rough surf & dangerous areas to avoid.... 
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New Gun Laws Go Into Effect Across Canada Today
05/18/2022
New rules aimed at fighting gun crime go into effect across the country today. The more stringent rules govern the sale or transfer of non-restricted firearms. Effective today (May 18, 2022), individuals and businesses transferring or selling a non-restricted firearm will need to confirm the recipient’s identity and check the validity of their firearms licence.... 
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Kincardine Farmers Market returns to Connaught Park This Saturday from 9 am until Noon
05/17/2022
The Kincardine Farmers Market is set to return to Connaught Park in Kincardine this weekend on Saturday, May 21st from 9 am until noon. The market provides the community with locally grown, locally produced food every Saturday from May 21st until October 8th.... 
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Home Prices Steady In Grey Bruce In April As Market Activity Cools
05/17/2022
Home prices in Grey Bruce were steady in April but the market showed signs of cooling off as sales volume dropped considerably from the same month last year.... On a year-to-date basis, home sales totalled 937 units over the first four months of the year — a 13 per cent drop from the same period in 2021.... 
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In-School Vaccination Clinics Being Held in Grey Bruce
05/17/2022
The Grey Bruce Health Unit announced that they are holding In-school vaccination clinics in area secondary schools this month for routine vaccinations including Hepatitis B, Meningococcal and HVR-9. The clinics are being held as part to address the backlog of students requiring Grand 7 vaccinations after in-schools clinics were paused in early 2020. The tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis vaccines will also be available for those eligible.... 
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Grey County Council Endorses Extension To West Grey Subdivision Approval
05/17/2022 
Grey County’s committee of the whole has given the thumbs up to a recommendation to extend an application of a 242-unit subdivision in Durham. The subdivision is located on the north end of Durham, just east of Highway 6. It is currently in the first phase of construction, which includes 61 single detached homes.... 
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Northern Bruce Peninsula Adopts Climate Action Plan
05/16/2022
During a council meeting on May 9, council was brought an action plan by the municipal climate action committee. The municipality says the plan will act as a roadmap for climate action decision making and priority setting in the area over the next eight years, while also setting corporate and community greenhouse gas reduction targets.... 
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Unifor Members holding Days of Action Across Ontario in Support of Long-Term Care
05/16/2022
Unifor Healthcare Locals across Ontario are holding a series of six rallies they say is in an effort to save long-term care in Ontario. In the announcement just prior to the first event, the Union says that they are demanding greater respect in the workplace, an end to the for-profit healthcare system, pandemic pay for all healthcare workers, four hours of resident care per day and repealing of Bill 124.... 
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Bruce County Launches Affordable Housing Guide
05/15/2022
Bruce County is launching the first phase of its new affordable housing toolkit which features an Affordable Housing 101 guide... The guide has individual sections devoted to various municipalities in the county including, Arran-Elderslie, Brockton, Huron-Kinloss, Kincardine, Northern Bruce Peninsula, Saugeen Shores, South Bruce, and South Bruce Peninsula.... 
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Community Living Kincardine and District celebrating Community Living Month
05/15/2022
This is Community Living month and its member agencies are having awareness campaigns to recognize some of their accomplishments. The Kincardine and District chapter has been serving this community for close to 60 years.... 
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Bruce County Sees Record Breaking First Quarter For Planning, Development Applications Received
05/14/2022
Bruce county’s planning and development is seeing a record breaking first quarter for applications received. The county says for the first quarter of 2022, they received 110 applications, whereas in 2021’s first quarter, the county received 108. The county adds staff are working through these applications to bring them forward for decisions. Additionally, a total of 375 new lots or units were created last year, soaring past the 300 in 2020.... 
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