redbayrestaurantThis has been an extremely difficult few weeks here at The Red Bay Lodge.
People thought we were crazy. Starting a restaurant, in a pandemic. In the woods.
As it turns out, we are crazy.

Here’s the reality: We’re on the brink of going out of business. ...

bruce trail daycarePeninsula Adventure Sports Association (PASA) has some heartwarming news to announce.

In cooperation with the Primary Place Child Care Centre and the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club (PBTC), and with the cancellation of the 2020 Tobermory Trail Race  ...

doorwreathBid early and often, share this on-line auction with your friends and family and help us raise money to maintain the Active Lifestyles Centre Grey Bruce until we can safely reopen our doors to the public.

All money raised will go towards supporting our beloved Centre’s operating needs during this pandemic!

Bidding opens December 7th ...

640px Mtl dec6 plaqueBy Jon Farmer
Thirty-one years ago, on December 6th 1989 14 women were killed at l’ecole polytechnique in Montreal. They were employees and students of the school and they were murdered because they were women. In the days after the shooting, communities across Canada came together to hold vigils in memory of the women killed and to stand in solidarity against the hatred and violence that ended their lives. One year later in 1990, our communities stood together in solidarity and remembrance again and in 1991 the government of Canada officially established December 6th as the national day of remembrance and action on violence against women.

BOS 12 03 2020 doublesize
Most mornings these days, I lament that it is pitch black when I get up. Late afternoon, I regret needing to turn on the lights while making supper. But not Sunday night. On a zoom webinar facing the water, I saw the first white edge of ...


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