Business and Growth

Posted On Tuesday, May 31, 2022

The Municipality of Kincardine is inviting all current or prospective residents to an online Housing Forum on June 8 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30p.m.
In 2021, work began on the development of a Municipal Housing Action Plan, aimed at facilitating or advocating for solutions to the local housing crisis. In April, the Municipality launched a Municipal Housing Survey and collected responses from more than 1,000 individuals. A summary of the results will be shared at the Housing Forum.
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Posted On Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Business Networking Workshop 16MAY2022On Monday, May 16, the Municipality of Kincardine hosted a Business Networking Event at the Davidson Centre, focusing on inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA).
The event was attended by an engaged group of business owners and community groups, all interested in learning more about advancing inclusion and accessibility in local businesses.
Sharon Woods, Chair of the Kincardine Accessibility Advisory Committee (KAAC), and Jennifer Lawrie, Clerk and KAAC staff support,...

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Posted On Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Businesses within the Municipality of Kincardine are invited to a workshop to learn ways to make businesses more inclusive and accessible. 
Monday, May 16, 8 - 9:30am
 
Learn:
 - Why inclusion is good for business
- Actions to make businesses more accessible
- What the Municipality is doing to advance IDEA and economic development
 
Register at www.kincardine.ca/biznetworkingMAY2022 . 

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Posted On Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Laurentis Energy Partners plans to build an innovative, 42,000-square-foot Western Clean-Energy Sorting and Recycling (WCSR) facility at the Bruce Energy Centre industrial park in 2022, to be operated by Ontario Power Generation (OPG).
The WCSR will use innovations explored through a current research project between Laurentis and McMaster University, which is testing new methods and technologies to sort and divert more nuclear by products to re-use and recycling.
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Posted On Friday, October 15, 2021

Yesterday,  Bruce Power  announced an increase in output of 250 megawatts (MW) – enough to power 250,000 more homes. With more innovations and upgrades, the plant aims to become even more efficient and has an ambitious goal of a 7,000 MW site peak by 2030. Bruce Power also announced yesterday that later this year they will harvest Cobalt-60, an isotope used to treat breast cancer and brain tumours and sterilize medical equipment. This news comes after last month’s...
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