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Bruce Power calls new isotope production system at Unit 7 “groundbreaking”
01/25/2022
A new isotope production system has been installed at Bruce Power. In a news release, the groundbreaking technology marks the first time that a nuclear reactor has the capability to produce Lutetium-177....  Lutetium-177 (or Lu-177) is used to treat various cancers, such as neuroendocrine tumours and prostate cancer....
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Kincardine Looking for Input on Past Promenade on Queen in Downtown
01/
25/2022
The Municipality of Kincardine is looking for residents input on whether the Promenade on Queen that has been setup in Downtown Kincardine for the past two years should continue or not. The place for people to leave their feedback is at kincardinetalks.ca/promenade-review.... 
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Saugeen Shores Councillor Resigns In Order To Become Director Of Community Services
01/25/2022 
The Town of Saugeen Shores has a new Director of Community Services and Operations.... She is known to many in the community as a councillor for the Port Elgin Ward. She has now resigned from council in order to move into this role.... 
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Fire strikes Sutton Park Inn again
12/24/2022
Crews from the Kincardine Fire and Emergency Services along with South Bruce OPP and Bruce County paramedics were called to the motel on Sutton Street early Sunday morning. Fire Chief Brad Lemeich says the fire occurred in the east section of the motel, the portion that was unaffected from the fire that occurred at the motel last May.... 
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Health unit says over half of Grey Bruce residents received third dose
12/24/2022
The Grey Bruce Health Unit announced that over 55 percent of eligible residents (about 79,000) have three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.... 
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Province to offer grants to businesses closed during shutdown
12/24?2022
Businesses in Ontario affected by the most recent shutdown are being encouraged by the Province to apply for grants. The new Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program will cover up to 100 percent of property tax and energy costs. In a news release, eligible businesses such as restaurants and gyms must have been required to close for the duration of the shutdown in order to receive the rebate.... 
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Fire At The Legion In Hepworth
01/21/2022 
Firefighters are currently battling a blaze at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #586 in Hepworth. Pictures sent to Bayshore Broadcasting’s Mix 106.5 by a listener show a large fire in much of building. There’s no official word yet on the extent of the damage, but it appears to be significant.,,, 
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United Way partners with 211 to improve delivery of Urgent Needs Fund
01/21/2022
The United Way Perth Huron are partnering with 2-1-1 to help those who need access to the Urgent Needs Fund. The Urgent Needs Fund was created to help individuals who were negatively impacted by the pandemic.... 
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Province set to allow indoor dining at the end of month
01/20/2022
Reports say the Ford government is planning to lift restrictions on indoor dining by the end of the month. An official announcement is expected to made tomorrow that would see restaurants and bars be allowed to offer dine-in at 50 percent capacity as of January 31st.... 
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Fighting stigma with kindness during Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
01/20/2022
Throughout January, Alzheimer’s Societies across Canada are raising just that. Awareness. Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Society of Huron County Cathy Ritsema says they want to bring the issue of dementia out of the home and into the communities.... 
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Grey Bruce Health Service hospitals see highest number of COVID-19 patients
01/19/2022
Grey Bruce Health Services hospitals ,,, are reporting 10 patients arrived at their hospitals after being tested positive for COVID.... three of those patients are in intensive care units on ventilators while the rest are being treated for their symptoms. Six more who went to hospital for treatment of other ailments were tested positive during their stay.... 
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OPP preaching patience to snowmobilers eager to hit the trails
01/19/2022
With the amount of snow on the ground in our region, many people are anxious to get their snowmobiles out on the trails. The OPP, however, are saying not so fast.
South Bruce OPP Constable Kevin Martin explains two factors that determine whether you can take your sled out on the trails..... Here is a full list for people to consider when operating a snowmobile in Ontario.... 
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Saugeen Shores Hosting Virtual Event To Measure Your Carbon Footprint
01/18/2022
The Town of Saugeen Shores is hosting a live virtual event about how to measure your carbon footprint. It’s hosted by the Town’s Environmental Sustainability Ad Hoc Committee in partnership with Project Neutral and with the support of the Nuclear Innovation Institute. It’s called, ‘Making a Difference One Person at a Time: Measuring Your Carbon Footprint,’ and is scheduled for Wednesday. January 19th from 7 to 8 p.m.... 
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Grey Bruce top doctor feels region is ahead of rest of province with COVID vaccines, following measures
01/18/2022
Grey Bruce Chief Medical Officer of Health is pleased with the way residents are dealing with COVID-19 and its variants. Dr. Ian Arra says there have been many people who have received their booster shots through the hockey hub mass vaccination clinics, and other community clinics.... 
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