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SaubleWith the 2016 summer fast approaching, South Bruce Peninsula wishes to explain some of the changes which have been made to the Paid Parking Program.

New for 2016 is the seasons pass available to everyone, not just residents and at a cost of $50 per vehicle! You don't have to travel to Town Hall to purchase one; use the Mackay Pay app, visit the website, call toll free 1-844-334-7078 or use one of the machines located along Lakeshore Blvd N.

Also new for 2016! Council has reduced the Paid Parking season! Paid Parking is in effect from June 1 to....

Ontario Health StudyThe Grey Bruce Health Unit and the Ontario Health Study (OHS) invite local residents to participate in a long-term research study about their health.

Area residents, aged 30-74 years, are encouraged to register at one of two Local Study Centre locations, June 13-14 in Markdale and June 15-16 in Durham. They will be asked to complete a short questionnaire and provide a blood sample that will enable researchers to better understand what affects both health and quality of life. Each participant will receive

Bluewater LogoBluewater District School Board wishes to announce the following administrative placements:

NORTH AREA

Graham Monck ................................................Vice-Principal at Georgian Bay Secondary School

Anne MacLaughlin .................................................. Vice-Principal at Hillcrest Elementary School

Matthew Pickett......................................................... Co-Principal at West Hill Secondary School

OSQueensParkThe community of Owen Sound was well represented at Queens Park on Monday, when more than 50 local residents travelled to the Ontario Legislature to begin to make their case for saving OSCVI. A group of 42 travelled by bus, and were joined by several other supporters who travelled separately.
The bus group travelled with a stack of community petitions and letters of support and concern from the Owen Sound and larger community. The documents were delivered to MPP Bill Walker, who presented them to the Legislature, as the local group looked on from a full gallery.
A group of four students and two committee members were invited to a special private meeting with Education Minister Liz Sandals on Monday: a day which kicked off "Education Week" in Ontario. Attending

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