News

hub-logo-white

middle-header-news2

Martin-bruce-regTIVERTON, ON – Bruce Power is teaming up with the Bluewater District School Board and the Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative to offer an innovative educational program for local Aboriginal youth.
The Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program uses hands-on activities to improve students' proficiency in business mathematics, financial literacy, accounting, marketing, information/communications technology and social responsibility, while supporting the acquisition of leadership skills.

"The Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative is very pleased to join Bruce Power in offering the Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program at Saugeen District Secondary School," said the Right Honourable Paul Martin, founder of the Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative and former Prime Minister of Canada.

OSPolice-regularOn Friday September 12, 2014 members of the Owen Sound Police Service Community Oriented Response and Enforcement unit (CORE) were conducting patrol when they discovered that the door to the Agricultural Building at Victoria Park had been forced open and that entry had been gained. The suspects damaged property at that location and then proceeded to the Grandstand area at Victoria Park. The culprits forced their way into the lower portion of Grandstands accessing the storage and office areas. During the Break and Enter they caused mischief and stole a small amount of property and money.

apple-regChesley, ON – There are some encouraging results for Bluewater District School Board following the release of the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) 2013 – 2014 assessments of Reading, Writing and Mathematics for the primary (grades 1 – 3) and junior (grades 4 – 6) divisions.
Overall, Bluewater schools are seeing the continuation of an upward trend in Writing scores for both primary and junior students. Since 2008 – 2009, the Writing assessment results have increased by 9 percent for primary and 10 percent at the junior level.

opp-p0lice-july-regularGEORGIAN BLUFFS – On Thursday, September 4, 2014 at approximately 8:28 p.m., Grey County OPP investigated a single vehicle rollover on Concession 14 in the Township of Georgian Bluffs.

Police arrived at the scene and observed an abandoned 1997 Pontiac Grand Am vehicle with extensive damage to it as a result of the collision. A short time later, the same vehicle was reported stolen.

hospital-news-regOntario is moving forward with plans to construct a new hospital in the Markdale community to improve access to health care in the region.

The new hospital will replace the current aging building and will boast improved services for patients, including integrated 24/7 urgent and primary care. It will also include short-stay beds, minor procedure space, as well as diagnostic and laboratory services.

The new hospital will enable Grey Bruce Health Services to work closely with primary care providers and other partners in the Markdale community to deliver seamless, patient-centred, comprehensive and sustainable care for patients.

Hub-Bottom-Tagline

CopyRight ©2015, ©2016, ©2017 of Hub Content
is held by content creators