Category: In the News

Grand Bend Organization Exploring Social Isolation


Connected Rural Communities Collaborate has opened a survey, to strengthen social inclusion throughout the region. A Grand Bend organization wants your input on your experience with social isolation. The Connected Rural Communities Collaborative (CRCC) received $75 thousand from the Ontario

Province commits $3.2M to Lambton County

Lambton Shores Mayor Bill Weber

More than $3 million is headed to Lambton County municipalities in an attempt to grease the wheels on local government efficiency, the province announced this week. More than $3 million is headed to Lambton County municipalities in an attempt to grease

Fall viewing of migrant birds

The World Outdoors: Great Lakes excellent for fall viewing of migrant birds Since many southbound migrants follow the shores of Southwestern Ontario’s Great Lakes, lots of birders are flocking to Lake Erie and Lake Huron. On Lake Erie, the great

Keeping up the fight 

Phragmites group thanked its partners and volunteers Saturday with an appreciation barbecue

A stretch of open beach at the Lambton Centre in Lambton Shores simply didn’t exist two years ago.

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Stand Up Paddle Board

Be sure you and your loved ones are being safe when out on their Paddle Board.  Watch best practices through

Rural Burn Ban In Lambton County

BY STEPHANIE CHAVES JULY 19, 2018 12:19PM@SChavesCHOKNews There’s a ban on open burns requiring permits in Lambton County.Fire services across the county are not issuing any outdoor rural burn permits at this time due to the hot, dry summer conditions. Lambton

Canoe Safety

Be safe on the water with your canoe, learn more through

Kayak Safety

Kayaks are one of the fastest growing segments of recreational boating and you do not need a licence to operate one. You will have a lot of fun and STARTboating will show you how.  Learn how to be safe with your

Boating Safety

Motorboats are very popular and often Lake Huron can be a busy place full of people enjoying boating. Be sure you are sharing the boating safely. will help show you how so you can enjoy this great pastime.

Boat Safety

Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) in partnership with the Lifesaving Society Ontario have launched an online boating safety program targeting new boaters, particularly new Canadians who may be experiencing recreational boating for the first time. STARTBoating is a comprehensive program