Community Visioning Workshop Draft Report now available for review and comment. We invite all workshop participants to review the report and provide your feedback on the comment form.
Didn’t participate? You are still welcome to provide your comments which are valuable and will be reviewed. Please keep in mind, however, the intent is to seek confirmation and feedback on the information received during the workshop.
The Comment Period is open between May 27, 2020 and June 30, 2020. Comments should be submitted via the email address or mailing address provided on the comment form.
due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Western made the decision to
suspend all in-person summer programs, and therefore, they are unable to offer
the STEM summer camp in South Bruce this year. All registered parents have been
notified by the University that they will receive a full refund within 4-6
Western Engineering Outreach’s
team is working on virtual programs so they can continue to support the
learning and interest in STEM for our youth. They will be having free workshops
starting May 19th every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am and 2pm with the links posted 15 minutes prior on social media.
They are also looking at some fun virtual opportunities so check in with them
for the latest news! They have also created a STEM @ Home page that provides
weekly lessons linked to the Ontario Curriculum for both parents and teachers
to use with their children. Please see the link for more details: https://www.eng.uwo.ca/outreach/pre-university-programs/STEM-Home.html
The Municipality of South Bruce receives $25,000.00 from Nuclear Waste Management organization to assist South Bruce in our efforts to manage the COVID-19 situation.
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization are providing a one-time investments of $25,000 to assist with local responses to COVID-19. Other communities engaged in the site selection process for Canada’s plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel will also be receiving this one time investment.
“This is a generous donation made by NWMO says, Mayor Buckle, as the municipality continues to review the needs of the community now and during the recovery phase of this health emergency the funding will certainly be helpful.”
The investment is intended to support South Bruce through the pandemic, in such areas as community well-being, health concerns, food insecurities and basic supplies that will help community members cope in these challenging times.
The Municipality is strongly encouraging residents to continue to practice social distancing and to self-isolate for the safety of everyone.
Discovery Western Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Summer Camp! From July 20-24, 2020 Discovery Western will bring their Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) summer camp to South Bruce! This 5 day camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Mildmay Carrick Recreation Complex; extended care is available at an additional fee for early drop-off and late pick-up, please inquire when registering for more information on this service.
Students entering Grades 4-6 in September 2020 are invited to register for this fun, active and engaging day camp! Registration can be completed online here, or in person at the South Bruce Municipal Office.
The cost for one week of camp is $200/ camper. South Bruce residents are eligible to receive a $100 subsidy through the South Bruce – Nuclear Waste Management Organization Early Investments in Education program. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Vivian at 519-392-6623.