A Canadian Tire Plus gas bar will open in the former Esso location at Highway 9 and 21 early next month.
A source confirmed last week that the Crossroads Esso gas bar was purchased by Skyline Real Estate and will be leased to Canadian Tire.
When The Independent first reported this story Oct. 1, it was unclear if the Canadian Tire gas station beside the Sutton Park Inn would remain open, but we can now confirm that the station will close once the Canadian Tire Plus gas bar is up and running.
By Josh Howald
If opening weekend in the WOAA Senior AA League proved anything, it's that there won't be many easy games this season. It also proved that all of Ripley's young talent won't have too much trouble adapting to senior hockey.
Nick Locking of the Ripley Wolves buries a breakaway chance in the second period on Lucknow goalie Chris Skeates Saturday night at the Wolves WOAA Sr AA home opener. (Josh Howald photo)
Anna Myles of Lions Head snuggles her miniature horse Bentley during the miniature horse competitions held Saturday at the 153rd annual Tiverton Fall Fair. For a full page of colour photos, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)
The South Bruce Grey Health Centre is in holding pattern over the Kincardine hospital redevelopment plan.
SBGHC president and CEO Paul Rosebush told The Independent last week that the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s capital planning branch has all the material it needs to consider the plan. Rosebush said the health centre board submitted its plan to the South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) early in the summer, which endorsed it and forwarded it on to the province.
Canadian Blood Services is making an appeal to eligible donors to give blood after the organization reported a serious shortage of certain blood types last week.
Canadian Blood Services has what it is calling a critically low blood inventory, particularly in supplies of A and O-type blood. It is the lowest blood inventory in Canada since 2008.
Elaine St. Pierre, territory manager for Canadian Blood Services, whose region includes Kincardine, said that missed and cancelled appointments are making it difficult to keep blood supplies available for Canadians who need them.
Knights of Northgaedham battle during a medieval demonstration at the Annex building as part of the Tiverton Fall Fair. The combatants hail from Underwood and are members of the Barony of Ramshaven. For a full page of colour photos from the Tiverton Fall Fair, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent! (Barb McKay photo)
The Kincardine Family Health Team will be hiring a full-time physiotherapist, who will provide services at no cost to patients in and around Kincardine.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOH) recently endorsed a proposal from the Kincardine Family Health Team to initiate development and implementation of Physiotherapy Services for the residents of Kincardine and Huron-Kinloss Township.
By Barb McKay
Kincardine council will take a week to decide how to form the next Bruce Telecom board of directors after a suggestion from the mayor that council take over the duties.
As the term of the current Bruce Telecom board comes to an end, a new board will have to be appointed. While the majority of board members have completed two four-year terms, two members, Tom Scott and Barry Schmidt, took two-year terms with the option to renew their seats for another four years to ensure that there is not a complete turnover of the board. However, mayor Larry Kraemer explained to council during its meeting last Wednesday, Schmidt has decided not to continue his role on the board.
Leader Resources Services was part of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association's Green Energy Doors Open event on the weekend. Leader showed off a fleet of electric vehicles, including this motorcyle from Mitchell. Leaders has a charging station that is free to use. (Barb McKay photo)
The project was put out to tender last week with a deadline of Oct. 16 for applications. The work will include the placement of more than 1,900 tonnes of armour stone and rock materials along the south side of the south pier for erosion control and to protect the fisheries habitat.
The recreation department included $275,000 in the 2014 budget from the municipality’s lifecycle reserve fund for the project.