regional heritageThe 10th Annual Grey Roots Regional Heritage Fair took place Thursday, April 20 at Grey Roots Museum & Archives.

The Regional Heritage Fair encourages students to celebrate our county's heritage by sharing their projects on local, regional, or national history with the community. Students research Canadian heroes, legends, milestones, and...


by May Ip

A long time ago, in a land far away, fifty men embarked on a journey --- one which took them three months across the ocean --- to a place that bore no resemblance to home. Seventy more followed the next year. Recruited by British Captain John Meares in 1788 and 1789, these men sailed from Canton, China to Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island, British Columbia to work at a British fur trading post building a dockyard, a fortress and a 40-tonne schooner, the North-West America. Their whereabouts became unclear after their imprisonment by the ...

2013 04 22 08 earthdaynai.28961The Owen Sound Field Naturalists invite you to celebrate Earth Day and Canada 150 this Saturday, April 22.

The day will start with a "Nature Ramble" in the morning, led by Peter Middleton at Benallen starting at 9:30 until 11AM. Everyone is welcome.

At 2 p.m., the pre-eminent environmental historian Dr. Alan MacEachern of the University of Western Ontario will present a lively, visual history in honour of Earth Day....

summer-campGeorgian College is hosting a Skills Ontario Summer Camp July 24 to 28. The week-long day program for kids entering grades 7 through 9 features hands-on activities relevant to the skilled trades and technologies,

Campers take part in counselor and industry-led workshops in the industrial, construction, motive power, services and technology...




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