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Property Taxes Inch Up In Georgian Bluffs. 12/14/2017
Council looks at a hike of less than 1 percent for 2018. this story contains audio!
Huron County Provides Final Update On 100th IPM. 12/14/2017
Officials say over 100 volunteers helped make the Walton IPM a success. this story contains audio!
Georgian College Open House  12/12/2017
Guests will learn about full-time, part-time and online program options.
Meaford School Design Presented  12/12/2017
A consultant showed preliminary drawings of the new $24 million JK to Grade 12 school.
Meaford Approves Draft Budget 12/12/2017
Tax increase comes in lower than anticipated this story contains audio!
Public Meeting On New Meaford School 12/11/2017
BWDSB to present design concept for new JK-Grade 12 school
Police Say Alleged Threat Was Nothing 12/11/2017
Caledon OPP investigated an alleged threat to students at St. Michael Catholic S.S.
Christmas and Mental Health Awareness  12/9/2017
Christmas can be a stressful time of year for some people but help is available. this story contains audio!
GDCI Students Collect Food Door-To-Door 12/7/2017
You are encouraged to leave non-perishable food items on your porch for high school students. this story contains audio!
Soil Expert To Speak In Clinton 12/6/2017
Dr. David R. Montgomery to discuss links between soil health and economics. this story contains audio!
Shipwreck Discovered Near Wiarton. 12/6/2017
Divers believe they have located the Jane Miller, which went down in 1881. this story contains audio!
Overdoses Continue To Rise In Simcoe Muskoka 12/6/2017
Safe injection site a possibility as a way to tackle the number of opioid-related deaths.
New Chair at Upper Grand School Board 12/6/2017
Linda Busuttil to replace Mark Bailey as chair of the Upper Grand District School Board.
Nominations Open For Inspiring Women Of Huron 2018 12/5/2017
Essay and video nominations can be made this year, with a deadline of January 31st.
Hanover Hospital Prepares For Dangerous Drugs. 12/5/2017
Staff are trained in case an overdose involving carfentanil arrives at the ER. this story contains audio!
Mental Health A Struggle for Some During Holiday Season 12/4/2017
The hustle and bustle of the Holiday Season can be a tough time for many people. this story contains audio!
Vigil To Shed Light on Violence 12/4/2017
Annual Women's Vigil will raise awareness against violence & sexual harassment. this story contains audio!
College Student Drop Out Deadline Tuesday 12/4/2017
Thousands of students could be eligible for a refund if they withdraw from classes by tomorrow.
SMHF Gets Donation from Hockey Team 12/3/2017
A Clearview hockey team has raised some money in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital.
Transit, Snow Clearing Get Attention. 12/1/2017
Orillia Mayor markets 2018 budget with a focus on transit and winter maintenance this story contains audio!
Victim in Crash School Teacher in Brampton 12/1/2017
42 year old Leo Abraham of Caledon was killed in a crash on Mayfield Road early Thursday morning.
400 Distracted Driving Charges Laid 12/1/2017
Peel Regional Police say there were disturbingly high numbers of charges during distracted campaign.
MPP Wants Retro-Moratorium On School Closures  11/29/2017
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker calls on the Liberals to reverse planned closures. this story contains audio!
High School Information Event Thursday 11/29/2017
Centre Dufferin District High School in Shelburne hosting Grade 8 students and parents tomorrow.
Orillia City Council Passes 2018 Budget 11/28/2017
3.3% tax increase with more money for transit, 2 new snow plows, WiFi downtown. this story contains audio!
Don Matheson Acclaimed As Huron-Bruce Provincial Nominee 11/27/2017
Matheson will represent Liberals in Huron-Bruce in upcoming provincial election. this story contains audio!
Retirement Dinner For Police Chief  11/24/2017
Special Dinner Tonight For Saugeen Shores Police Chief Dan Rivett. this story contains audio!
Employer Grant Available in Dufferin 11/23/2017
Dufferin County employers could be eligible for Canada-Ontario Job Grant through Georgian CECS.
College Students Return To Class 11/21/2017
Lots of juggling for students including an extended semester
Province Offers Additional Help For College Students 11/20/2017
Students who withdraw from the semester because of faculty strike will get full tuition refund.
Teachers Win Governor General's Award  11/17/2017
Two teachers from Montgomery Village Public School were honoured Friday for Excellence in Teaching.

Faculty Talks Resume After Contract Voted Down. 11/16/2017
Majority vote against the deal, which means the strike continues at 24 Community Colleges
College Strike Vote Results Expected Today 11/16/2017
"Ass To Class" protests planned at various campuses across province this story contains audio!
Town To Take Over Amabel Landfill  11/16/2017
South Bruce Peninsula has decided to run its own landfill to save $19,000. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Students to Join Movement 11/14/2017
Orangeville Georgian College students to join peaceful sit-in alongside other campuses in Ontario.
Gore Climate Change Doc Screening This Weekend 11/10/2017
A local climate change advocate has brought Al Gore's new documentary to Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Public Suggests Highway 6 Education 11/10/2017
Effort to make the Peninsula highway safer could include a message to Chi-Cheemaun users. this story contains audio!
Beach Water Testing to be Reduced Next Year 11/9/2017
The Health Unit is going to reduce lake water testing frequency next year to once a month but expand the number of beaches that are tested. this story contains audio!
Innovation & Economic Development at the Forefront 11/9/2017
Bruce Power and Bruce County hosted the 2nd Annual Economic Summit, held November 7th in Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Conditions for Cyclists Improving in Huron 11/8/2017
County Council is briefed on safety improvements by Cycling Advisory Committee Chair this story contains audio!
11th Annual Harvest Dinner A Success 11/7/2017
The Annual dinner supports the Mission Zimbabwe Project. this story contains audio!
College Talks Break Down 11/7/2017
The College Employer Council wants strikers to vote on the final offer
Elmwood Could Get New Library. 11/6/2017
West Grey considers re-establishing a library branch 2 years after closing the old one. this story contains audio!
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.
Sled Dogs Come to MacGregor Point 11/3/2017
25 Dryland Dog Sled teams will compete at the Provincial Park this weekend. this story contains audio!
A Time To Remember at Bruce County Museum 11/3/2017
This year (December 6th 2017) marks the 100th Anniversary of the devastating Halifax Harbour Explosion. this story contains audio!
Talks to Resume in College Strike 11/1/2017
Province confirms talks expected to resume on Thursday.
A Helping Hand from Community Foundation Grey Bruce 10/31/2017
37 charities and non-profit groups in the area have received over $175,000 in support.
Rural Teen Drivers Causing More Crashes 10/30/2017
Teenage drivers in Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth counties are causing more serious collisions than the provincial average.
Thompson Wants Students for Model Parliament 10/29/2017
Lisa Thompson wants high school students to apply for the Model Parliament program.

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