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bruce power signA live theatre performance and seven-day-a-week service are the highlights of this year's Bruce Power Summer Bus Tour Program, which kicks off July 1.

On Wednesdays and Fridays at noon, and on selected weekends, the Visitors' Centre auditorium will be transformed into a theatre for a 20-minute play titled 'The Quest for the Perfect Science Fair Project,' which was written by Development...

oak treeA 112-year-old White Oak tree on the grounds of the Historic Leith Church and Cemetery, steps from the gravesite of iconic painter Tom Thomson, is the first tree in Grey-Bruce to be recognized by Forests Ontario as a Heritage Tree as part of the Canada 150 celebrations.

Trees are not just beautiful landmarks and the heart of healthy ecosystems, but characters in the stories that form...

Cathy-Hird-footprints-in-sandOne of the ways we describe our impact on the environment is as a footprint. Sometimes we think of lightly pressing our foot on the sand, making a mark that the rising tide will wash away. But the way we live makes paths in the world that endure.

The path that we walk from the ...

grey county mapThe Grey County Official Map is here just in time for summer adventures and Canada's 150th birthday celebrations. The 2017-2018 edition of the popular guide will be arriving on residents' doorsteps with the weekly flyers later this week.

"Whether you're entertaining out-of-town guests or taking a 'staycation,' the Grey County Official Map is the best recreation resource...

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