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Government to Create Flexibility with Rules for CERB 04/8/2020
Prime Minister Trudeau announced more measures taken to help the country's most vulnerable.
Bruce Power's Unit 1 Sets Record  04/8/2020
The unit hit a record 600 consecutive days of steady operation on Monday.
Huron County Looks To Connect Laid Off Workers With Employers 04/8/2020
Economic Development officials say companies in Huron County looking to fill need, despite COVID-19 outbreak.
Kincardine Scottish Festival Cancelled 04/7/2020
Organizers say COVID-19 could linger into summer & they had to make a decision before booking artists.
Ontario Government Extends Mandatory Business Closures 04/3/2020
Essential business list reduced.
List of Essential Services Trimmed Down 04/3/2020
The provincial government has further trimmed the list of essential businesses allowed to remain open.
3,000 to 15,000 People Could Die In Ontario From COVID-19 04/3/2020
Projected death toll from provincial health officials is over full course of pandemic, if all measures remain in place.
Province Reduces It's List Of Essential Businesses 04/3/2020
Premier Doug Ford says the new closure is effective Saturday at 11:59 pm and will be in effect for 14 days.
Province Says Pandemic Could Last Between 18 Months and Two Years 04/3/2020
Dr. Peter Donnelly, President and CEO of Public Health Ontario, says future measures could include the closure of more businesses and that it's up to the public to halt the spread of Covid-19. this story contains audio!
Man Charged with Going Door-to-Door 04/3/2020
Orangeville Police have laid the first charge under Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.
Accommodations Sought For Health Officials In Huron, Perth Counties 04/3/2020
As health workers fight COVID-19 on the frontlines, officials are seeking businesses who can provide accommodations.
Crimestoppers Cancelled 04/3/2020
28th Annual Tournament To Be Held in 2021
Sports Roundup 04/3/2020
Apr 3/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports
Positive COVID-19 In Owen Sound Care Home Worker 04/3/2020
Long-term care worker with positive COVID-19 test result was employed at Mapleview, they are now isolating.
Crime Stoppers Taking Isolation Violation Tips  04/3/2020
People can submit tips by phone, web and app about people in possible violation of emergency laws.
Relief Funding for SON Communities and Access Restrictions 04/3/2020
Both Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation declared a State of Emergency
Recycling Service is Back to Normal 04/2/2020
BASWR has partnered with Bluewater Recycling Association and once again will sort recycling
Fewer Essential Workplaces To Be Announced: Premier 04/2/2020
Additional businesses and services will soon be forced to close as the fight escalates against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Money Coming April 6th 04/1/2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says people can start applying for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit online that day at this story contains audio!
Hi-Berry Farm in Saugeen Shores is Looking for Local Workforce 04/1/2020
At this time the farm will not utilize its migrant workforce because of the pandemic
Town of Shelburne Steps Up Efforts to Help Business 04/1/2020
Community Relief Plan underway to help ease the financial burden during the pandemic.
Premier Doug Ford Thanks Bruce Power For Huge Donation Of Protective Gear 04/1/2020
President & CEO Mike Rencheck joined Ford on the Open Line show on AM 560 CFOS where he made the announcement this morning. this story contains audio!
Grey County Now Has Open Business Map 04/1/2020
Businesses that are open for delivery, pick-up or online can add themselves to the map.
Orillia Announces Staff Layoffs 04/1/2020
It says the workload for some City staff during the COVID-19 pandemic cannot justify continued employment by the municipality at this time.
New Police Powers During COVID-19 04/1/2020
People who are being charged with an offence under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) will be required to identify themselves.
Kincardine's Trails and Boardwalk Remain Open 04/1/2020
The province's order did allow for green spaces in parks, trails, ravines and conservation areas to remain open for walk-through access this story contains audio!
Huron County Food Banks Face Crunch During COVID-19 Outbreak 04/1/2020
Official with Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre says donations low, need high while workers are home. this story contains audio!
Break-in At Clearview Business 03/31/2020
Police are looking for help from the public in their investigation of a break-in at a Clearview Township business.
Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores Police Start With Education Of New Provincial Orders 03/31/2020
The Province has adjusted the Provincial Offences Act to include three charges police can enforce.
New Website To Support Orillia Businesses 03/31/2020
Orillia Tomorrow provides gift cards or certificates to local businesses.
PPE Donations Needed in Simcoe-Muskoka 03/31/2020
They include: masks, gloves, gowns and hand soap.
Several Snowmobile Thefts In Orillia 03/30/2020
Police believe the crimes are related.
Cottagers Make Generous Contribution To Local Healthcare 03/30/2020
$135,000 is going to the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation's Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund.
Most LCBO Stores Are Closed Today 03/30/2020
It is going to be closing its stores on Mondays in order to give its staff a break.
Town Staff In Blue Mountains Aiding Grocers 03/29/2020
Some have been helping with deliveries.
Work Started On Huron Tourism Plan 03/29/2020
Staff hope to have a report before Council by June this story contains audio!
Grey & Bruce Counties Launch COVID-19 Economic Surveys  03/28/2020
Grey and Bruce have surveys for businesses to answer how COVID-19 is affecting them.
Province Announces Business Support Plan 03/27/2020
It includes 10-billion dollars to help businesses improve their cash flow through Ontario’s Action Plan.
Police Urge Business Owners To Secure Things During Forced Closures 03/27/2020
Orangeville Police are reminding closed businesses to make sure things are safe and secure.
Arrest Made In Orillia Theft Investigation 03/27/2020
Police say an alleged bicycle thief is now facing charges.
Federal Government Offers 75% Payroll Support To Businesses 03/27/2020
The PM also unveiled the Canada Emergency Business Account.
Muskoka Eliminating Late Fees On Property Tax Payments 03/27/2020
Huntsville, Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes are eliminating penalties on late tax payments.
Owen Sound Declares State Of Emergency  03/27/2020
Declaration allows the City additional ways to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada COVID-19 Text Scam 03/27/2020
It claims to offer money from the Canada Emergency Response Benefit.
United States Now Leads World In COVID-19 Cases 03/27/2020
It has surpassed China, where the virus was first discovered.
Gravenhurst Mayor Praises Community Covid-19 Efforts 03/26/2020
Kelly returned to work yesterday (Wed, March 25th) and got down to the business of catching up on a number of issues. this story contains audio!
Trudeau Says Canada Is Helping International Efforts To Flatten The Curve 03/26/2020
Trudeau says Canada recognizes we need extraordinary measures to deal with the crisis and they don’t know how long it will continue. this story contains audio!
PPE Drive for Stevenson 03/26/2020
Stevenson Memorial Hospital is organizing a PPE Drive.
Shelburne Mayor Requests Temporary Change to Waste Pick-Up 03/26/2020
Mayor Wade Mills says he's asked the County of Dufferin for more frequent garbage pick-up.
Working Group in Shelburne Meets to Assist Local Business 03/26/2020
The first meeting of a working group happened Wednesday to help figure out ways to assist local businesses through pandemic.

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