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Premier Responds To Home Care Agency Questions 11/20/2017
Premier Kathleen Wynne responds to inquiries from Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Lisa Thompson. this story contains audio!

Faculty Talks Resume After Contract Voted Down. 11/16/2017
Majority vote against the deal, which means the strike continues at 24 Community Colleges
Tory MPP Wants Clarity On Home Care Agency Ties 11/15/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson worries "Working Ontario Women" may be linked to labour union. this story contains audio!
Students To Rally With #AssToClass 11/14/2017
Ontario college students will pack into school hallways in a demonstration Thursday. this story contains audio!
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson Says New Home Care Agency To Duplicate Services 11/13/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP claims labour group will directly benefit from provincial home care agency. this story contains audio!
Striking Faculty To Vote On Colleges' Offer 11/8/2017
Ontario Labour Relations Board steps in to schedule vote Nov. 14-16
College Talks Break Down 11/7/2017
The College Employer Council wants strikers to vote on the final offer
Goderich's Gateway Centre Partners With Nipissing University 11/6/2017
Nursing students help to find gaps in senior care in Canada's Prettiest Town.
Unemployment Up Locally In October. 11/3/2017
More people looking for work push level up, while Ontario rate falls.
McCurdy Bridge To Be Replaced 11/2/2017
The $4.5 million project will start August, and is expected to be done by Summer 2019 this story contains audio!
Immigration To Play Role In Huron Economic Development 11/1/2017
Chair of region's economic development board says residents need to be more welcoming than accepting. this story contains audio!
United Way To Fund New Community Initiatives 10/31/2017
Non-profit groups starting new initiatives can apply for up to $20,000 in funding. this story contains audio!
Grey Looks to Catch & Keep Newcomers 10/30/2017
Grey County is launching the "New to Grey" program to bring more people to the area. this story contains audio!
EcDev Official Says Huron County Must Meet New Challenges 10/30/2017
Huron Economic Development Board Chair says region must put itself of economic radar screen. this story contains audio!
Students Frustrated With Colleges 10/26/2017
Some students want to be reimbursed their tuition money for the classes they won't get. this story contains audio!
Huron Economic Development Board Plans Municipal Talks 10/26/2017
Discussions with municipalities to precede upcoming Spring report on moving economy forward. this story contains audio!
No Talks Planned in College Faculty Strike 10/26/2017
A rally was held in Toronto yesterday as unionized workers pressed the Ontario government to get involved.
ABRAFLEX Moves Into Paisley  10/25/2017
Company moving into former Bruce Packers location will support Bruce Power expansion.
Tory MPP Wants More Agriculture In Schools 10/25/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson wants agri-food component in Gr. 9-10 Careers course. this story contains audio!
CO Alarms Given To Gravenhurst Fire Department 10/25/2017
The alarms were presented in memory of a 12 year old boy who died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
College Faculty Strike Expected To Drag On 10/24/2017
Head of bargaining team for colleges doesn't see the strike ending anytime soon.
Serious farm accident in Melancthon 10/22/2017
Man suffers severe life altering injuries after getting trapped in combine
New Members on BIA 10/20/2017
3 new members have been appointed to the Wiarton BIA Board of Management.
College Students To Hold Rally 10/19/2017
Students will march to the Ontario legislature, asking MPP's to end strike by faculty.
Meaford man injured in farming accident 10/18/2017
OPP say the victim was changing tires on a farm tractor, when one landed on him
Picketers at Georgian College  10/16/2017
The sidewalk in front of Georgian College in Owen Sound is occupied by striking faculty. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Classes Cancelled During Strike 10/16/2017
12,000 faculty on strike at 24 colleges including Georgian College campuses.
Local College Plans for Possible Strike 10/14/2017
Georgian College officials say classes will be cancelled in the event of a strike Monday.
Plans Underway for New Skateboard Park 10/12/2017
The new skate park is expected to be open for use by next summer (2018). this story contains audio!
Mars Food Plant Expansion Announced 10/12/2017
55,000 square foot expansion to Mars plant in Bolton bringing 37 jobs.

Sears Closing ALL Stores 10/10/2017
The company couldn't find a suitor to keep the business running this story contains audio!
Unemployment level rises locally. 10/7/2017
More people looking for work, push rate up to 3.8 percent in Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth counties.
Chantry View Work to Wait Until Spring 10/3/2017
Saugeen Shores Council will take a closer look at Chantry View Drive reconstruction in Southampton. this story contains audio!
Pumpkinfest Weekend Has Arrived 09/29/2017
It'll be all things Pumpkin in Port Elgin for the 31st Annual Autumn Event. this story contains audio!
Strike Date Set for College Workers 09/29/2017
October 15th is when unionized staff could strike at 24 Ontario colleges.
Minimum Wage Hike 09/29/2017
impacts discussed in Collingwood
Goderich Recognizes Agricultural Park Comittee 09/26/2017
Town council recognizes Kraft-Heinz Project Play win for Agricultural Park this story contains audio!
Perth-Huron United Way Announces Fundraising Goal 09/19/2017
United Way looks to raise $1.556 million in 2017 campaign, in push to help newcomers. this story contains audio!
Strike Looms at 24 Ontario Colleges 09/15/2017
OPSEU members vote 68 percent in favour of strike action.
Labour Day events bring in food and money. 09/13/2017
Unifor and Grey Bruce Labour Council raise over $2,500 for local food drive.
Marine Equipment Stolen In Grand Bend 09/12/2017
OPP say outboard motor, dingy stolen from Grand Bend following long weekend.
Goderich Mayor Says Summer Tourism Was Strong 09/11/2017
Kevin Morrison says travel blogs, tourism coordinator helped to grow town's summer tourism. this story contains audio!
Waypoint Pleads Guilty 09/11/2017
to Labour Ministry Charges
Unemployment level up 09/9/2017
The unemployment level in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula region rose to 3.4 percent.
Hundreds Of Motorists Charged With Distracted Driving 09/8/2017
OPP say many drivers ignored warnings ahead of the Labour Day weekend.
Lambton OPP Lay 130 Charges During Long Weekend 09/8/2017
Most charges for speeding, while alcohol and drug offences make up most others.
Hundreds of Drivers Caught Distracted 09/8/2017
OPP say on the Labour Day weekend, distracted driving was the major reason for charges laid.
Police Services Board Ratifies Deal 09/8/2017
The Orangeville Police Services Board has ratified contract with the Police Association.
Labour Day Parade Wraps Up Long Weekend 09/5/2017
Hundreds of onlookers gathered for the annual parade in Port Elgin on Monday, September 4th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Attack Sweep Colts in Pre-Season Series 09/5/2017
Pryce scores 2 of 4 Owen Sound goals in 3rd period for 5-3 come-from-behind win over Barrie. this story contains audio!

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